Athletic Care | Muscle Recovery & Sports Injury

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₹499.00
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Athletic Care, is an Ayurvedic formulation which contains a powerful mixture of 6 herbs including Medical cannabis leaf extract and hemp seed oil. The constituents help in decreasing swelling (edema), sudden shocking pain to nerves (Neuralgia) inflammation, neural irritation and joint pain and increases functional mobility by relaxing the muscles and nerves in the area of pain via their anti-inflammatory, pain relieving (analgesic) and antioxidant effects. This ensures fast recovery of muscles and nerves, providing a person with instant comfort and freedom from terrible pain. This formulation works efficiently for any type of physical injury related to sports/fitness.

Benefits 

  • Reduces Muscle soreness and weakness 
  • Relales nerves and muscles 
  • Reduces nerve and joint pain 
  • Anti-inflammatory 
  • Helps with sprain (injuries) 
  • Increases functional mobility

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Country of OriginIndia
HSN CODE30049011
Best Before24 Months from Date of Manufacturing
VegetarianYes
PRESCRIPTIONNo
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Cannabidiol (CBD) a constituent in Medical cannabis has been shown to have specific properties that help to treat chronic pain, spasticity, mood inflammation, and oxidant effects and in clinical patients. These effects could improve and accelerate recovery caused by a prolog or intense physical, physiological, and cognitive efforts as in sports. (1,2) Inflammation and oxidative stress underlie many human chronic and acute health conditions and pathologies. In this sense, and knowing that exercise-related damage and fatigue mediate inflammation, proliferation, and oxidative stress in most cases, it is hypothesized that CBD-related inhibitions in oxidative stress and neuroinflammation could have some therapeutic potential in sports research. This statement is based on evidence suggesting that CBD could induce changes in cortisol release, regulating inflammatory response to injury. This mediation is due to the interaction between CBD CB1, and CB2 cannabinoids and adenosine receptors, leading to reduced cytokine levels and downregulating over-reactive immune cells. (3,4,5).

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