As stay-at-home orders begin relaxing across the country, there are many reasons to be hopeful. Many of the hardest-hit places like New York and San Francisco seem to be getting a handle on the virus. Plus, businesses are slowly and cautiously opening back up to get the economy moving again. Another bright spot? It looks like we’ll soon be getting back to some of our favorite spring and summertime activities. Golfers, in particular, may have a big reason to smile.
Golf Digest recently looked at the potential risks that come along with playing golf in the COVID-19 era. What about picking up the flagstick? Reaching into the hole to grab your ball? Or taking a couple of swings in the sand trap? In the article, the authors talked with multiple infectious disease experts who studied potential coronavirus risks, ultimately concluding that golf ranks as one of the 'safest sports' in our current climate.
Doctors point out that as long as golfers consistently follow the 'six-foot distancing rule,' they avoid touching their faces, and players wash their hands at least with hand sanitizer - keeping hazards on the course to a minimum is achievable. Another bright spot is how golfers are treating their common injuries - it’s a natural cannabinoid compound that's derived from the hemp plant, commonly known as CBD.
Today, there's a much greater understanding of how CBD works within the body, as well as the potential therapeutic benefits. A growing number of golfers report that CBD helps alleviate pain and it reduces inflammation before, during, and after playing a round or hitting the driving range. So, what are the most common golf injuries that CBD can help treat? Read on.
When it comes to CBD oil, deciding on the form of the product to take usually comes down to preference. For convenience, many prefer CBD oil in the form of a tincture, using a dropper of the extract on a daily basis. For those that don't like absorbing CBD oil under the tongue, other options are gummies, gel capsules, or even patches. Topical products like salves or creams that can be rubbed onto the skin are a convenient way to get CBD quickly into the areas where golfers feel pain the most - elbows, knees, wrists, or back.
As things start getting back to our 'new normal' golf is a great way to beat cabin fever and safely exercise, but it does come with its fair share of injuries. If you're ready to get back outside and you want to play more golf without hurting, now is a great time to try all-natural, hemp-derived CBD.
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