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JADEO Sports 1 week ago / Toronto, Ontario


Cannabis And Fitness: The Real Deal

The stoner stereotype is slowly being blazed away as a new image of cannabis is emerging, one which can be linked to an active, healthy life. JADEO wanted to explore the relationship between cannabis and fitness for our readers so we took a look at what the research says and new, emerging best practice trends.

Remembering that the role of the endocannabinoid system is to achieve homeostasis and balance, it makes perfect sense that cannabis would be used as a natural health and wellness tool, but the stigmas around cannabis use may make us second guess it’s place in fitness. In fact, it can provide energy, endurance, pain relief from a sports injury, and can speed up muscle recovery. When using cannabis for its medicinal properties, it’s important to remember that it’s best consumed in conjunction with exercise, clean food, proper rest, meditation and self-care.

Cannabis and Sports Medicine

As we develop a new understanding of cannabis and health, we should consider the shift it has undergone in sports-related industries. The old and new attitudes of cannabis’ place in sports medicine reflect this shift, asking us to consider why athletes use it?

Once on the “prohibited list” of the The World Anti-Doping Agency, cannabidiol (CBD) was removed from the list in 2018 as a response to current scientific knowledge citing CBD’s benefits for pain and anxiety and the input of various stakeholders. As the leader in establishing standards for athletes regarding the use of performance-enhancing substances during competition, the lift of a 14-year long ban on any form of cannabis in competitive sports is paving the way for many professional athletes to acknowledge cannabis use in their career.

Cannabis can offer athletes relief from chronic and acute pain without subjecting them to the liver toxicity of anti-inflammatory meds or the addiction of opiate pain relievers. We now see the celebrity of athletes who are public about their use of cannabis helping to remove the negative stigmas associated with its use in sports. In fact, the NFL has publicly stated that cannabis for pain management deserves further research because it works so well anecdotally. NBA players have publicly stated that more than 80 percent of current players use cannabis for relief. NFL players have quoted stats around 89 percent.

With this kind of known presence in professional sports, we see how industry can shift common perception and invite cannabis into the wellbeing of professional athletes and give way for it in the fitness space. As we’ve transitioned into legalization, we’ve seen more sports aligned brands bring cannabis into the picture. For those of us who are not high-performance athletes, are we able to reap the same benefits? What can it offer the average individual who is looking to be active and mindful of their wellbeing?

Cannabis for Energy + focus

One of cannabis’ powerful effects is in heightening senses, but the high associated with the plant can be somewhat of a deterrent when wanting to be active and clear minded. So if you’re wondering how you can enhance your exercise routines with cannabis but not get high, the secret is in microdosing. That’s right, microdosing is defined by consuming a small, measured dose of cannabis at separate intervals that allows you to keep a sustained effect. Some athletes microdose pre-workout to bring a state of relaxation and focus to their training routine without getting high. In this relaxed mental state, anxiety and negative thinking recede and limitations are reduced, aiding at getting in “the zone.”

Many Canadians thoughtfully consume cannabis leading up to a workout with the intention of improving the overall experience. Cannabis is known to enhance the mind/body/nature connection, often providing us with a boost of inspiration which can help with our motivation before and during a workout. The most common applications would be low dose cannabis oil drops under the tongue or vaporizing a Sativa-dominant hybrid with a flower vaporizer.

Taking this approach requires the cannabis user to see cannabis as an enabler, and to thoughtfully choose strains that will boost energy and bring focus. People will usually choose a Sativa strain before a workout while relying on an Indica-dominant strain for more low-impact activities like yoga.

Cannabis for pain relief + muscle recovery

Further cannabis dosing helps reduce the inflammation and associated pain with sports injuries or soreness, after your workout. Since cannabis is a known analgesic, it is great for pain relief. This therapeutic benefit can be of assistance with muscle recovery and CBD, which is present in some ratio with THC in each strain is able to reduce inflammation.

Although they are not yet available in the legal space in Canada, cannabis topicals are known to offer powerful help to ease sore muscles. More and more individuals are googling for simple directions on how to make their own cannabis topicals at home and finding relief in balms and salves containing cannabis.

Properties of cannabis, when applied topically, target inflammation in that area and have been dramatically effective in helping me reduce muscle recovery times. Cannabis topicals are not known to induce a high so they are an excellent way for an athlete to introduce the natural benefits of cannabis into their life.

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Michael Joseph Sports 1 month ago / Hamilton , Ontario

Athletes everywhere are coming together and advocating for the same purpose, change the perceptions and stigma around cannabis in professional sports. Athletes are not looking to get stoned, they are looking for relief. https://www.mensjournal.com/health-fitness/18-of-the-biggest-marijuana-advocates-in-pro-sports-w429975/

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18 of the Biggest Cannabis Advocates in Pro Sports

Men's Journal

Not long ago, whenever professional athletes dabbled with marijuana, it was bad news: multigame suspensions, ruined careers, endless stoner jokes. Not anymore. Just take a look at this week's Sports Illustrated, which dedicated its cover story to former NFL running back Ricky Williams' relationship with cannabis.

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  • From Brianne Campbell

    Didn't know some of those athletes were pro-cannabis! It's interesting to see how many athletes are advocates for cannabis after spending years playing contact sports.

  • From 22

    WOW!! Did not know all the professional athletes Male and Female from all these different sports of NFL, MMA< NBA, NHL, MLB, Olympics and ski, +++ were and are advocates and supporters.. BRAVO!!

JADEO Sports 1 month ago / Toronto, Ontario


Cannabis and Pain Management in the Sports World

We all know that athletes never have it easy, even if the amazing feats they accomplish always look effortless. While most of us understand how much agony athletes go through mentally, the physical pain they suffer with is sometimes worse.

Things are starting to change here in Canada and around the world. As cannabis becomes slowly more accepted into society, you're seeing more athletes turn to cannabis for pain relief (and more).

Take a look at various developments on this subject and what the future might look like in athletic training.

Athletes Are Proving Cannabis Isn't a Performance Enhancer

One thing athletes are using cannabis for is to help pain during pre and post-training. They've also proven marijuana isn't a performance-enhancing drug. If cannabis becomes fully accepted into the athletic world, officials will know it's a drug that doesn't give athletes an unfair advantage.

What it does do, is help athletes better focus on their specific sports training. Since cannabis is known to help people hone in on details, it can similarly aid in training methods.

In other words, cannabis gets an athlete's mind into a flow state for better concentration.

NFL Athletes Are Taking Cannabis As Alternative To Traditional Pain Medications

Last year, the Washington Post did a piece about NFL players taking cannabis products to relieve intense physical pain. The injuries NFL players go through is sometimes more than what the public can comprehend. Unfortunately, far too many of those athletes are given pain medications loaded with crippling side effects.

In the above piece, Eugene Monroe (a former player with the Baltimore Ravens) noted that prescription pain medications were killing him. When he started using cannabis to manage his pain, he realized he could function again and think clearer.

Despite opposition in the sports world to using cannabis on a recreational basis, this could become the tipping point to medicinal uses if carefully administered.

More Canadian Athletes Are Using Cannabis

Here in Canada, you're finding more athletes using cannabis for training. Keep in mind they can't use it during competition because it's on the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) prohibited list.

Even so, many athletes here are using it for more than just training purposes. Some are using it as a sleep aid to ensure better rest during training and before major competitions.

Plus, they're using it to help them with pain during recovery. Training intensely can sometimes lead to physical pains that cannabis helps manage temporarily.

Most think that despite cannabis being legal here, it won't have any impact on having it removed from the drug list at WADA.

The Rise in CBD Products to Manage Athletic Pain

A way for athletes to avoid controversy consuming cannabis during training is to simply turn to CBD products. This is a great alternative to cannabis because it doesn't give you the psychoactive high marijuana does.

Coming from hemp, CBD typically comes in oil form. It's becoming more popular with athletes as a result because it also works as a pain reliever.

Not only does it help with chronic pain, but it is also said to help athletes control performance anxiety and general stress. These experiences are a big part of athletic lives due to the often insurmountable pressures they face.

Edibles Are the Most Popular Form for All-Day Relief

Athletes going through the intense physical pains are turning primarily to CBD edibles to keep the anti-pain effect sustained. Most athletes start with a 10mg dose of CBD to see how it affects their body. Then they gradually consume more throughout the day.

Other athletes who need quicker relief are turning to vaping solutions to help get the CBD into their body immediately. CBD-rich strains are the most popular, though athletes who prefer regular cannabis go for indica strains.

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If you enjoyed this article, we also recommend reading "What's The Deal with Cannabis, Opioids, and The NFL?"


Stay Informed. Stay Healthy.

#WeAreJADEO

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  • From Janelle Simone

    So many of the various sports leagues are so far behind on this.

Louis Sports 1 month ago / Hamilton, Ontario

https://www.google.com.au/amp/s/www.tsn.ca/marijuana-legalization-in-canada-won-t-change-nhl-yet-1.1191903%3ftsn-amp

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Duchene, Scheifele and McDavid weigh in on marijuana legalization - TSN.ca

TSN

Canada on Wednesday will become the largest country in the world to legalize recreational marijuana. That means it will be available under the law in seven more NHL cities. The NHL and NHL Players' Association plan no changes to their joint drug-testing policy.

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  • From Michael Joseph

    This is perhaps one of the largest topics around professional sports. Due to the high impact, fast-paced game play, professional athletes everywhere are looking for relief to their various ailments. Let’s hope these are shifts in the right direction, and players are able to use cannabis as a treatment for their pain. Thanks for sharing Louis!

  • From Connor Christine

    "I started noticing some therapeutic benefits," Cote said. "It helped me sleep, helped with my anxiety and general well-being." ... Yup. Sounds about right. I agree with you Michael, I hope to see this shift happen sooner, rather than later.

JADEO Sports 1 month ago / Toronto, Ontario


What's The Deal With Cannabis, Opioids, And The NFL?

As a professional athlete, a big part of your career is understanding the heightened risk of physical injury. Simply put, injury is a part of the job. With this in mind, for years many NFL players have had the difficult decision of choosing to progress their careers or choosing a sustainable form of long-term pain management. The NFL’s pro-opioid treatment have left many a player in a medical limbo and questioning the policies of the organization.

What is the NFL’s stance on Cannabis

The NFL has long prohibited the use of Cannabis by its players medically or otherwise. Despite increased legalization and the outpouring of medical research that highlights the benefits of CBD and/or THC (derived from Cannabis) for pain management, the NFL has maintained its prohibition. Instead, opting to continue using opioids as the drug of choice for the pain management of players.

Opioids vs. Cannabis for Pain Management

Many existing and former players are at a complete loss as to why the NFL won’t end the prohibition of Cannabis. When compared to the use of CBD or THC to treat pain, the negative effects of opioid use far outweighs the positive.

Some of the effects of long-term opioid use include but are not limited to;

  • Addiction/Dependency
  • Gastrointestinal issues including constipation, cramping, spasms and more.
  • Increased likelihood of depression
  • Hormone problems
  • Respiratory problems during sleep
  • Cardiovascular problems

On the other hand, the use of CBD and/or THC provides a viable long-term pain management option for players with minimal negative effects. A large portion of the general public associate cannabis with the notion of getting “high”. However, when used medically getting high isn’t the objective and as such, this effect is often minimized or completely suppressed.

Will the NFL Consider Cannabis for Pain Management?

In the fall of 2017, the NFL reached out to the NFL Players Association to initiate a study of the potential use of cannabis as pain management. Also in fall of 2017, an anonymous survey of 226 NFL players was conducted and featured in ESPN The Magazine, the results were damning. With 42% of players admitting that they had teammates they believed to be addicted to opioids. Equally alarming was the fact that 59% of players admitted that they were concerned about the potential long-term effects of opioid use. Players also admitted that they felt that the use of cannabis would be a more conducive form or pain management.

Despite this, the NFL and the NFL Players Association still prohibit the use of Cannabis as apart of its policy on substance abuse. NFL running back Mike James filed an application for Therapeutic Use Exemption for Cannabis. This exemption would allow James to use Cannabis for pain management despite the league's policy. His application was denied (April 2018).

James who became heavily dependant on opioids after an ankle injury eventually switched to medical cannabis for more sustainable pain management. His career is now in limbo for choosing what he believes to be a safer method of pain management. Despite the denial of his application James remains hopeful that the administration will acknowledge and accept the use of Cannabis for long-term pain management.

At this present time, players caught using Cannabis (even in states where it is legal) run the risk of suspension, loss of wages and/or dismissal.

Critics of the NFL are of the belief that the prohibition of cannabis will not end until 2020 when the NFL players collective bargaining agreement is once again up for negotiations, but only time will tell.



Remember to always consult your doctor before beginning any type of wellness treatment.

-

Stay informed. Stay healthy.
#WeAreJadeo


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  • From Janelle Simone

    Interesting that so many pro sports organizations aren't making the moves to look at the research, for the benefit of their players. Hopefully, this outlook changes soon!

  • From Connor Christine

    In my mind, I just cant help but think.. why don't these organizations want whats best for their players? Why are athletes being punished for something that is healing them naturally, without harming their bodies? It's mind blowing, and I really hope these organizations get on board sooner, rather than later for the long-term well being of the athletes involved.

  • From 420710

    More Awareness and Breaking down decades of Prohibtion thinking! Cannabis is Medicine!

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JADEO Sports 1 week ago / Toronto, Ontario


Cannabis And Fitness: The Real Deal

The stoner stereotype is slowly being blazed away as a new image of cannabis is emerging, one which can be linked to an active, healthy life. JADEO wanted to explore the relationship between cannabis and fitness for our readers so we took a look at what the research says and new, emerging best practice trends.

Remembering that the role of the endocannabinoid system is to achieve homeostasis and balance, it makes perfect sense that cannabis would be used as a natural health and wellness tool, but the stigmas around cannabis use may make us second guess it’s place in fitness. In fact, it can provide energy, endurance, pain relief from a sports injury, and can speed up muscle recovery. When using cannabis for its medicinal properties, it’s important to remember that it’s best consumed in conjunction with exercise, clean food, proper rest, meditation and self-care.

Cannabis and Sports Medicine

As we develop a new understanding of cannabis and health, we should consider the shift it has undergone in sports-related industries. The old and new attitudes of cannabis’ place in sports medicine reflect this shift, asking us to consider why athletes use it?

Once on the “prohibited list” of the The World Anti-Doping Agency, cannabidiol (CBD) was removed from the list in 2018 as a response to current scientific knowledge citing CBD’s benefits for pain and anxiety and the input of various stakeholders. As the leader in establishing standards for athletes regarding the use of performance-enhancing substances during competition, the lift of a 14-year long ban on any form of cannabis in competitive sports is paving the way for many professional athletes to acknowledge cannabis use in their career.

Cannabis can offer athletes relief from chronic and acute pain without subjecting them to the liver toxicity of anti-inflammatory meds or the addiction of opiate pain relievers. We now see the celebrity of athletes who are public about their use of cannabis helping to remove the negative stigmas associated with its use in sports. In fact, the NFL has publicly stated that cannabis for pain management deserves further research because it works so well anecdotally. NBA players have publicly stated that more than 80 percent of current players use cannabis for relief. NFL players have quoted stats around 89 percent.

With this kind of known presence in professional sports, we see how industry can shift common perception and invite cannabis into the wellbeing of professional athletes and give way for it in the fitness space. As we’ve transitioned into legalization, we’ve seen more sports aligned brands bring cannabis into the picture. For those of us who are not high-performance athletes, are we able to reap the same benefits? What can it offer the average individual who is looking to be active and mindful of their wellbeing?

Cannabis for Energy + focus

One of cannabis’ powerful effects is in heightening senses, but the high associated with the plant can be somewhat of a deterrent when wanting to be active and clear minded. So if you’re wondering how you can enhance your exercise routines with cannabis but not get high, the secret is in microdosing. That’s right, microdosing is defined by consuming a small, measured dose of cannabis at separate intervals that allows you to keep a sustained effect. Some athletes microdose pre-workout to bring a state of relaxation and focus to their training routine without getting high. In this relaxed mental state, anxiety and negative thinking recede and limitations are reduced, aiding at getting in “the zone.”

Many Canadians thoughtfully consume cannabis leading up to a workout with the intention of improving the overall experience. Cannabis is known to enhance the mind/body/nature connection, often providing us with a boost of inspiration which can help with our motivation before and during a workout. The most common applications would be low dose cannabis oil drops under the tongue or vaporizing a Sativa-dominant hybrid with a flower vaporizer.

Taking this approach requires the cannabis user to see cannabis as an enabler, and to thoughtfully choose strains that will boost energy and bring focus. People will usually choose a Sativa strain before a workout while relying on an Indica-dominant strain for more low-impact activities like yoga.

Cannabis for pain relief + muscle recovery

Further cannabis dosing helps reduce the inflammation and associated pain with sports injuries or soreness, after your workout. Since cannabis is a known analgesic, it is great for pain relief. This therapeutic benefit can be of assistance with muscle recovery and CBD, which is present in some ratio with THC in each strain is able to reduce inflammation.

Although they are not yet available in the legal space in Canada, cannabis topicals are known to offer powerful help to ease sore muscles. More and more individuals are googling for simple directions on how to make their own cannabis topicals at home and finding relief in balms and salves containing cannabis.

Properties of cannabis, when applied topically, target inflammation in that area and have been dramatically effective in helping me reduce muscle recovery times. Cannabis topicals are not known to induce a high so they are an excellent way for an athlete to introduce the natural benefits of cannabis into their life.

Related comments

JADEO Sports 1 month ago / Toronto, Ontario


Cannabis and Pain Management in the Sports World

We all know that athletes never have it easy, even if the amazing feats they accomplish always look effortless. While most of us understand how much agony athletes go through mentally, the physical pain they suffer with is sometimes worse.

Things are starting to change here in Canada and around the world. As cannabis becomes slowly more accepted into society, you're seeing more athletes turn to cannabis for pain relief (and more).

Take a look at various developments on this subject and what the future might look like in athletic training.

Athletes Are Proving Cannabis Isn't a Performance Enhancer

One thing athletes are using cannabis for is to help pain during pre and post-training. They've also proven marijuana isn't a performance-enhancing drug. If cannabis becomes fully accepted into the athletic world, officials will know it's a drug that doesn't give athletes an unfair advantage.

What it does do, is help athletes better focus on their specific sports training. Since cannabis is known to help people hone in on details, it can similarly aid in training methods.

In other words, cannabis gets an athlete's mind into a flow state for better concentration.

NFL Athletes Are Taking Cannabis As Alternative To Traditional Pain Medications

Last year, the Washington Post did a piece about NFL players taking cannabis products to relieve intense physical pain. The injuries NFL players go through is sometimes more than what the public can comprehend. Unfortunately, far too many of those athletes are given pain medications loaded with crippling side effects.

In the above piece, Eugene Monroe (a former player with the Baltimore Ravens) noted that prescription pain medications were killing him. When he started using cannabis to manage his pain, he realized he could function again and think clearer.

Despite opposition in the sports world to using cannabis on a recreational basis, this could become the tipping point to medicinal uses if carefully administered.

More Canadian Athletes Are Using Cannabis

Here in Canada, you're finding more athletes using cannabis for training. Keep in mind they can't use it during competition because it's on the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) prohibited list.

Even so, many athletes here are using it for more than just training purposes. Some are using it as a sleep aid to ensure better rest during training and before major competitions.

Plus, they're using it to help them with pain during recovery. Training intensely can sometimes lead to physical pains that cannabis helps manage temporarily.

Most think that despite cannabis being legal here, it won't have any impact on having it removed from the drug list at WADA.

The Rise in CBD Products to Manage Athletic Pain

A way for athletes to avoid controversy consuming cannabis during training is to simply turn to CBD products. This is a great alternative to cannabis because it doesn't give you the psychoactive high marijuana does.

Coming from hemp, CBD typically comes in oil form. It's becoming more popular with athletes as a result because it also works as a pain reliever.

Not only does it help with chronic pain, but it is also said to help athletes control performance anxiety and general stress. These experiences are a big part of athletic lives due to the often insurmountable pressures they face.

Edibles Are the Most Popular Form for All-Day Relief

Athletes going through the intense physical pains are turning primarily to CBD edibles to keep the anti-pain effect sustained. Most athletes start with a 10mg dose of CBD to see how it affects their body. Then they gradually consume more throughout the day.

Other athletes who need quicker relief are turning to vaping solutions to help get the CBD into their body immediately. CBD-rich strains are the most popular, though athletes who prefer regular cannabis go for indica strains.

-

If you enjoyed this article, we also recommend reading "What's The Deal with Cannabis, Opioids, and The NFL?"


Stay Informed. Stay Healthy.

#WeAreJADEO

Related comments

  • From Janelle Simone

    So many of the various sports leagues are so far behind on this.

JADEO Sports 1 month ago / Toronto, Ontario


What's The Deal With Cannabis, Opioids, And The NFL?

As a professional athlete, a big part of your career is understanding the heightened risk of physical injury. Simply put, injury is a part of the job. With this in mind, for years many NFL players have had the difficult decision of choosing to progress their careers or choosing a sustainable form of long-term pain management. The NFL’s pro-opioid treatment have left many a player in a medical limbo and questioning the policies of the organization.

What is the NFL’s stance on Cannabis

The NFL has long prohibited the use of Cannabis by its players medically or otherwise. Despite increased legalization and the outpouring of medical research that highlights the benefits of CBD and/or THC (derived from Cannabis) for pain management, the NFL has maintained its prohibition. Instead, opting to continue using opioids as the drug of choice for the pain management of players.

Opioids vs. Cannabis for Pain Management

Many existing and former players are at a complete loss as to why the NFL won’t end the prohibition of Cannabis. When compared to the use of CBD or THC to treat pain, the negative effects of opioid use far outweighs the positive.

Some of the effects of long-term opioid use include but are not limited to;

  • Addiction/Dependency
  • Gastrointestinal issues including constipation, cramping, spasms and more.
  • Increased likelihood of depression
  • Hormone problems
  • Respiratory problems during sleep
  • Cardiovascular problems

On the other hand, the use of CBD and/or THC provides a viable long-term pain management option for players with minimal negative effects. A large portion of the general public associate cannabis with the notion of getting “high”. However, when used medically getting high isn’t the objective and as such, this effect is often minimized or completely suppressed.

Will the NFL Consider Cannabis for Pain Management?

In the fall of 2017, the NFL reached out to the NFL Players Association to initiate a study of the potential use of cannabis as pain management. Also in fall of 2017, an anonymous survey of 226 NFL players was conducted and featured in ESPN The Magazine, the results were damning. With 42% of players admitting that they had teammates they believed to be addicted to opioids. Equally alarming was the fact that 59% of players admitted that they were concerned about the potential long-term effects of opioid use. Players also admitted that they felt that the use of cannabis would be a more conducive form or pain management.

Despite this, the NFL and the NFL Players Association still prohibit the use of Cannabis as apart of its policy on substance abuse. NFL running back Mike James filed an application for Therapeutic Use Exemption for Cannabis. This exemption would allow James to use Cannabis for pain management despite the league's policy. His application was denied (April 2018).

James who became heavily dependant on opioids after an ankle injury eventually switched to medical cannabis for more sustainable pain management. His career is now in limbo for choosing what he believes to be a safer method of pain management. Despite the denial of his application James remains hopeful that the administration will acknowledge and accept the use of Cannabis for long-term pain management.

At this present time, players caught using Cannabis (even in states where it is legal) run the risk of suspension, loss of wages and/or dismissal.

Critics of the NFL are of the belief that the prohibition of cannabis will not end until 2020 when the NFL players collective bargaining agreement is once again up for negotiations, but only time will tell.



Remember to always consult your doctor before beginning any type of wellness treatment.

-

Stay informed. Stay healthy.
#WeAreJadeo


Related comments

  • From Janelle Simone

    Interesting that so many pro sports organizations aren't making the moves to look at the research, for the benefit of their players. Hopefully, this outlook changes soon!

  • From Connor Christine

    In my mind, I just cant help but think.. why don't these organizations want whats best for their players? Why are athletes being punished for something that is healing them naturally, without harming their bodies? It's mind blowing, and I really hope these organizations get on board sooner, rather than later for the long-term well being of the athletes involved.

  • From 420710

    More Awareness and Breaking down decades of Prohibtion thinking! Cannabis is Medicine!