Whether you’re one putt away from your personal best or you’re stuck in the rough, decision-making is part and parcel of modern golf. This is affected by any number of variables, from sleep quality to anxiety and fatigue. CBD oil can positively impact all areas of your game, from increasing your recovery time after an injury to allowing you to stay calm in difficult situations. So much of our game is played between the ears; get that right and the rest will follow.
“I’ve always looked to find marginal gains when it comes to my golf, and I’m always searching for ways to improve my personal wellness. The Darren Clarke CBD oil will hopefully help golfers of all levels to get better state of mind; to remain calm under pressure and keep the focus on the game ahead. I can’t wait to share these products with the golfing community.’’
CBD products are being used to promote better sleep, reduce anxiety, and help manage chronic pain.
When you buy our CBD products, you can be sure you are getting a product that is:
Clark’s Pharmacy carries Ananda Professional CBD formulations, including oils, creams, capsules and salves. Our CBD products are available over-the-counter and do not require a prescription.
Not all CBD products are created equal. Some CBD products are mislabeled or may contain THC in amounts greater than allowable.
A few reasons why people are using hemp products:
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Hemp products have become popular items in food and supplement aisles, but have you ever wondered where hemp comes from? A recent report on the website, New Hope 360, revealed some of the secrets behind hemp production. To start, hemp seeds come from industrial hemp plants. The seeds are shelled and cold-pressed to produce hemp oil; the remaining parts of the seed then become the basis for protein powders. Of course, people also consume the whole shelled hemp seed (or “heart”) as a food. While hemp is related to the marijuana plant, you don’t have to worry—hemp contains less than .3% of THC (an active compound in marijuana); most tests have shown that consuming hemp seeds or oil does not produce psychological effects, and won’t result in a positive drug test. Despite the fact that consumers and manufacturers currently use industrial hemp for a variety of purposes, the US only allows the plant to be grown for research, which is why hemp typically comes from countries like Canada where it is legal to cultivate.
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Source: New Hope 360