Le CBD soignerait les douleurs musculaires en plus de prévenir les crampes

CBD, the best muscular ally for sportsmen and women

This highly prized molecule has recently made its appearance in the athletic field. This spectacular breakthrough can be explained by all the useful uses that can be made of this active ingredient with multiple virtues. Indeed, CBD is said to have numerous therapeutic applications and, according to some, could even relieve pain. In this article, we take a look at CBD's extraordinary ability to relieve muscle pain. 

 

What is CBD ?

CBD is an acronym for "Cannabidiol", an active ingredient found mainly in cannabis flowers. In France, its sale is now authorised, so you can buy CBD oil and consume it without concern. Unlike cannabis, CBD has no psychotropic effects and contains no THC. This is why it is becoming a must in the quest for well-being. 

CBD has relaxing effects and numerous health benefits. It is said to prevent multiple ailments by improving the quality of sleep, for example, or by allowing the muscles to recover more quickly. It is proven to hydrate and protect the dermis (for more on this subject, read our article: CBD for the skin), and is also recommended for sportsmen and women, or for people suffering from cramps.

CBD is ideal for soothing pain after physical exertion

Muscle pain can be caused by many factors and it is common for sportsmen and women to suffer from muscle soreness, which, though a benign drawback, can nevertheless hamper their progress. In such cases, CBD might be a strategic ally to help them recover quickly following intensive training. CBD may help to reduce pain and recover more quickly. 

Cramps could be avoided thanks to this molecule. The legs can be subject to involuntary and painful contractions even at night. 

CBD is therefore a plausible prospect to prevent these pains and to soothe and repair damaged tissues. Numerous studies are underway focusing on the potential of CBD and the other cannabinoids present in Cannabis Sativa, with the aim of demonstrating its powerful benefits. 

 

How does CBD relieve muscle pain?

This happens through activity in the endocannabinoid system, which is essential to the proper functioning of the body and ensures homeostasis. For more information on this subject, we invite you to read the article: ​​Read more about endocannabinoid system

CBD sports muscle

 

CBD would therefore have very promosing properties and would be likely to interact directly or indirectly with the transmitters in our body, carrying messages related to pain and moods. If the scientific research that is developing around CBD still suffers from a lack of clinical data, here are the main areas in which CBD could act:

  • Stress: by activating certain receptors such as serotonin and endorphins, which are involved in anxiety and mood regulation. 
  • Anti-inflammatory: Recent American studies suggest that CBD would be an ideal candidate for natural pain medication. Today in France, such claims cannot be made, they are reserved for medicines. We do know, however, that the body tends to defend itself against an aggressor by becoming inflamed, resulting in redness, irritation and possibly a burning sensation. Studies seek to show that CBD can prevent this inflammation, or even reduce it. 
  • Anticonvulsant: This is the phenomenon that will help you fight cramps. Cramps are involuntary and violent contractions of the body's muscles. Cramps are painful and debibatating for athletes. To optimise your training and your quality of life, you should consume CBD to prevent the risk of cramps. 

Note that in some cases CBD can even prevent epileptic seizures. "Epidyolex" is a CBD-based medication designed to treat severe seizures in children.

 

CBD for athletes

More and more partnerships are being signed between CBD brands and top athletes. 

Take for example CBD®, an American brand that is heavily involved in international surfing, fitness, MMA and golf championships.

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) removed cannabidiol from the banned list in January 2018. 

« L'usage en est très répandu, c'est courant. En fait, les athlètes considèrent que c'est une bonne chose. C'est une option santé qui est populaire dans les vestiaires. »

— citation de  Mike Cammalleri, ancien joueur de hockey professionnel

 

Translation:  "It is widely used, it is common. In fact, athletes consider it a good thing. It's a healthy option that's popular in the locker room."

 

How to use CBD to relieve your muscles?

You can swallow a few drops of CBD oil to start feeling the effects of CBD little by little. But you can also consume it in infusions, capsules or even in pastes. The options are almost endless. 

You can also choose to use Sowé's CBD Oil that you can apply to painful areas. Use Sowé's Massage Oil, a massage oil with CBD, for optimal results and maximum relaxation. 

You can find our products on our online shop. We carefully select the highest quality CBD to help you fight your muscule pains.

 

CBD for muscles, in conclusion

Using CBD to help alleviate your muscle pain is a natural, safe and popular alternative in sports. Sowé will quickly become your best teammate. 

Its benefits are not only muscular. We invite you to view our other articles to discover all the benefits of CBD. We offer a variety of products to ensure the well-being of our customers. Find out more about our commitments on our website. 

 

FAQ : CBD for muscle pain

Does CBD for muscles work? 

CBD is said to treat muscle pain and prevent cramps. Incorporating a few drops of sublingual oils or applying a CBD cream appears to be a recommended approach to support your everyday physical endeavors.

Is CBD legal?

CBD is completely legal. It has been authorised in France since 2021 and you can use it without danger to your muscles. It's beneficial effects are numerous and will help you to take care of yourself naturally. It contains very little THC and has no influence on your behaviour.

 

Notice to the reader: CBD is not intended for medical use and should not be used for the purpose of screening, diagnosing, treating, curing, mitigating, preventing, managing or monitoring any disease.

Dietary supplements and CBD oil are not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.

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