A new CBD spray on the US market is aiding professional athletes in recovery.
Among the challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought upon many is the lack of access to the normal exercise routines that were once regular.
The adjustment to the home gym has gone well for some, but for others the sedentary lifestyle was inevitable.
However, awareness around health and wellness is at an all-time high.
A new fitness forward brand, TIDL – created by The Anthos Group – is assisting those at the top of their game – from US Olympians to professional fighters and other major league athletes – to get back on their fitness journey.
With an expertise in cannabinoid science and CBD, TIDL combines plant-based therapy with exercise science mechanisms known to aid in recovery, such as cryotherapy.
The flagship product is a topical spray, enhanced with 360-degree spray technology that is touch-free and delivers a cooling cryo-therapeutic effect without the residue.
The product is packaged with a powerful organic ingredient package that includes phytocannabinoids, like CBD, to assist athletes in recovery after strenuous exercise. While the cooling effect delivers immediate pain relief, the organic ingredients strive for long-term healing by addressing inflammation.
“It is not just a CBD product, and it is not a pain distraction, like many OTC products,” said Dr. Cohin Kakar, chief scientific officer of TIDL.
“TIDL is in a class of its own, catering to the athlete that wants clean and long-term recovery through innovative science.”
TIDL products will focus on the entire journey from workout preparation, optimal performance, and enhanced recovery.
The TIDL team believes that through assisted recovery, consumers will be more likely to exercise regularly, knowing that they can return pain-free.
Dr. Akash Bajaj, pain physician and TIDL medical director, said: “When you decrease inflammation, you decrease pain. Inflammation is the number one source of pain throughout the body.”
The Anthos Group also has a medical brand, CytoCBD, which is being used in pain clinics across the US.
President, Shan Umer commented: “TIDL retains the same medical quality, but we have tailored it for the fitness enthusiast.”
And athletes from all over the country have also started to incorporate TIDL into their regimens.
Pro-athlete performance coach, Jamal Liggin, added: “TIDL provides an explosive sensation of instant relief, perfect for any athlete.”
For more details visit www.tidlsport.com.
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