Former Arsenal F.C. player is treating lingering injuries with CBD

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John Hartson, a former striker with Arsenal F.C., retired from professional soccer 12 years ago, but he’s still dealing with injuries from his playing days. Hartson, who is cancer-free after a bout of testicular cancer, says that CBD has helped treat his back pain and mental health, reports The Sun . How two high-performance athletes are challenging cannabis stereotypes From the brink and back: Former NHLers Daniel Carcillo and Riley Cote find life after hockey How CBD can help some seniors exercise “There’s few people in the game who have had more serious injuries than me,” he argued. “I had two back ops, which caused me to miss the UEFA Cup Final. I’ve had surgeries on my brain and lungs. I’m feeling great since starting with the oil,” he reported. I’m proud to be an ambassador for @supreme_cbd the 3000MG CBD oil from there has helped me so much with my personal problems and I want it to help you all too, use code Hartson for 30% discount on all products at https://t.co/yVE50N3HDP pic.twitter.com/XTZ8ZvEihJ— John Hartson (@JohnHartson10) October 19, 2020 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Earlier this year, Hartson became an ambassador for Supreme CBD, a company started by British boxer Anthony Fowler. “It helps with anxiety, depression, aches and pains, sleep and is used by loads of top boxers to aid their recovery,” Hartson said, adding that he consumes CBD in gummies and oil. CBD use among athletes, both current and former, has surged in recent years. Rachael Rapinoe, a former professional soccer player and sister of U.S. soccer star Megan Rapinoe, is now the CEO of Mendi, an Oregon-based CBD company. Rapinoe told The GrowthOp earlier this year that her views about cannabis and CBD, and the role they can play in athletics, started to change about five years ago when she…

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