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It added: "Women Grow has always been and will continue to be an advocate for the legalization of all aspects of the cannabis plant as a pathway to restorative justice, health, entrepreneurship, and healing. Our focus is for all women to benefit from cannabis and hemp on their terms."
"It's my go-to to calm me down after a hard training or game, as well as for sleep," she explained. "I've noticed a significant difference in my stress and anxiety levels when I am consistently using Mendi CBD products versus when I don't."
"We took for granted that, through social media, our reach is far beyond the cannabis industry, where there is an understanding of nuances surrounding hemp & cannabis. At the same time, we know this nuance is systemically weaponized by those benefiting from the War on Drugs," the group wrote.
She lamented the fact that she will be competing in Tokyo without a combination of gel pills and gummies.
Richardson's fans are calling it hypocrisy
It has the potential to enhance or enhances sport performance
Much of the public outcry is over the fact that the World Anti-Doping Agency allows athletes to use CBD, but prohibits all other natural and synthetic cannabinoids.
"I now expect part of Sha'Sarri Richardson's reparations to come directly out of Megan Rapinoe and her sister's CBD company's profits," someone else wrote.
Rapinoe says CBD has become part of her routine
Both were banned until January 1, 2018, when new rules went into effect. WADA explains substances on its verboten list satisfy two of these three criteria:
Meanwhile, Women Grow, a group that promoted the Rapinoe interview on Instagram, has removed the post and issued a pseudo-apology for its "miscommunication," saying "its optics were not as intended."