Are Pro Golfers turning to CBD Oil to enhance performance? And if so, what's the secret behind PGA Professional Golfers endorsing and using CBD Oil? There's also speculation Tiger Woods was chewing CBD gum at Augusta? After reviewing Masters film, golf fans have speculated Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson were putting with a variant of pot in their systems at the Masters
What’s the secret behind PGA pro golfers endorsing and using CBD Oil to enhance performance?
Before we tell you what it is, let us tell you which leading pga tour golfers are using CBD Oil at major tournaments like Augusta National. In 2019 Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson were seen using CBD oils and CBD gums. Bubba Watson is openly endorsing and using CBDmd products. So what’s the secret? Can CBD Oil really help every day golfers like the tour players relieve pain, reduce stress and help knock shots off your handicap?
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TIGER CAUGHT CHEWING CBD GUM
Has Tiger Woods has been secretly chewing CBD [cannabidiol] gum to relieve pain.
There is some mystery around pro golfers and the use of CBD oils, gummies and chewing gum. But why are more and more top PGA tour players using CBD? What’s the secret….?
Despite Did Phil Mickelson take CBD oil at the 2019 Masters Championship?
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Despite Warnings Did Phil Mickelson take CBD oil at the 2019 Masters Championship?
During his second-round at the Masters, Mickelson was spotted ingesting CBD oil. While we don’t know what CBD oil brand it was, Phil shows how easy it is to use CBD oil on course.
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“I had heard a lot of players talking about the benefits of CBD and I wanted to see for myself.” Said Charley Hoffman PGA Tour Professional.
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What is CBD Oil?
What is CBD, Does it get you high, What does it stand for, Is CBD oil Illegal in golf and what exactly is CBD Oil? These CBD questions and more answered below in a simple way!
What is CBD?
CBD [cannabidiol] oil is a natural occurring compound found in the flower and leaves of the cannabis plant [hemp plant]. Not be confused with hemp oil that comes from seeds.
CBD has a significant history in natural and now traditional medicine for the use in pain relief going back thousands of years.
CBD OIL is not marijuana. There is a misconception that medical marijuana is the same as CBD oil. Luckily that is miles away from the truth.
CBD products generally contain very low levels of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) THCis the compound that many will refer to that gets you ‘stoned’.
How does CBD work?
Let us try and simplify this subject as much as possible. This can get really complex so stick with it!
CBD and THC interact with the body in a variety of ways; however, the main way they work is by mimicking the effects of compounds in our bodies called “Endogenous cannabinoids” [endocannabinoids]. Stick with us!
The endocannabinoids system regulates a broad spectrum of processes that affect us daily – Mood, energy, immunity, blood pressure and metabolism. It effects how we feel pain and hunger.
If this system does not work properly we ultimately get Ill and disease sets in.
CBD can slow and in some cases stop disease and illness progressing.
What is CBD good for?
CBD is a very popular natural remedy for many common ailments. So we have gathered a list of what CBD could be good for in golf:
1. CBD CAN RELIEVE PAIN? – CBD a component of the marijuana plant has be used as far back as 2900 BC as a pain relief.
2. CBD POTENTIALLY REDUCES ANXIETY & DEPRESSION? – These common mental health disorders have a devastating impact on peoples lives and well-being and golf game. Studies have suggested that after a single use of CBD a focus group had significantly reduced anxiety and cognitive impairment. Now imagine never having the first tee shakes or seeing water as a hazard that your ball always finds?
3. CBD MAY HELP/ REDUCE ARTHRITIS – Many reviews of CBD are that it helps relieve or completely removes the ache and pains of arthritis.
4. CBD HELPS DEEPER SLEEP? – Reports suggest Pro golfers are using CBD to sleep longer. The Affect of longer sleep is faster recovery of muscles leading to less fatigue during a round of golf.
Is CBD Legal?
Let’s get to the is CBD legal issue fast!
Yes, purchasing CBD is federally legal in the USA as long as it doesn’t contain more than 0.3 percent THC, however some US state laws have stated that you can only buy CBD if you have a prescription.
This subject is moving all the time so always check with your local authorities the legality.
However; those that are drug tested must be aware even if you product has a THC level below 0.03% the cumulative effects/usage could cause a drug test to fail.
WATCH: Was Phil Mickelson taking CBD oil at The Masters?
There’s also speculation Tiger Woods was chewing CBD gum at Augusta?
Phil Mickelson was spotted using what appeared to be CBD oil at The Masters, according to a number of golf fans and CBD experts on social media.
Judging by the video posted by fans on social media, Mickelson, 49, used a pipette to drop an unidentified liquid in his mouth while on the par-4 11th hole at Augusta National where he went on to finish tied 18th.
CBD – short for Cannabidiol- is a liquid extracted from the flowers and buds of marijuana, which has become legal for medical or recreational purposes.
The benefits of CBD oil – according to promoters of it – are that it helps with anxiety, pain and other health problems.
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As many as 30 states have legalized CBD oil as a result of legalising some form of marijuana possession or use, while another 17 states have specific laws around CBD oil.
However, CBD oil is not regulated by the federal government, which still considers marijuana a controlled and illegal substance despite states’ actions.
Under the PGA Tour Anti-Doping Program, CBD oil is not considered a performance-enhancing drug or substance.
The World Anti-Doping Agency, which the PGA Tour models its program, removed CBD oil from its banned list of substances in September 2017.
There is also some speculation among golf fans that Tiger Woods was chewing CBD gum en route to winning The Masters.
Of being spotted chewing gum, Woods said: “Well, I’m chomping on this gum because I usually get hungry, I keep eating so much and it curbs my appetite a little bit, which is nice.”
It’s not just Phil and Tiger who have been spotted using CBD on the golf course. Bubba Watson is another to add to the list.
There are huge number of players taking advantage of what some are describing as “golf’s magic potion”, and we will no doubt see and hear of more over the coming months given its newfound popularity on the circuit.
Have you ever used CBD oil, or anything similar? Let us know what you make of the hype on social media.
Were Tiger and Phil Using CBD at the Masters?
Some fans think the gum Woods was chewing at the tournament contained CBD
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After reviewing film of the Masters, a number of golf fans have been speculating Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson were both putting with a variant of cannabis in their systems at the Masters.
In Woods’ case, the theory is the gum he was constantly chewing at the tournament contained CBD (cannabidiol), which is extracted from hemp or marijuana plants but doesn’t get you high. “Fans think that he may have been chewing CBD to help calm his nerves or possibly to reduce pain,” Vapor Vanity writes.
“Well, I’m chomping on this gum because I usually get hungry, I keep eating so much,” Woods explained. “And it curbs my appetite a little bit, which is nice.” (If they gum actually did contain CBD, apparently it isn’t the munchies-causing variety.)
As for Mickelson — who says he chews gum to stimulate his frontal cortex — a number of fans speculated he was using CBD oil after he was caught on camera ingesting something from an eyedropper.
Whether they were or not, it is not against PGA Tour rules to do so, according to Golf Digest.
“CBD oil shouldn’t trigger a positive result on a drug test, which could get a professional in hot water with his or her tour,” the publication reports. “Users say CBD reduces inflammation, improves sleep and, yes, calms the nerves.”
As Golf Digest points out, Colorado-based CBD firm Functional Remedies has already signed Champions Tour player Scott McCarron as an endorser.
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