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U.S. Ski Athlete Devin Logan Accepts Sanction for Anti-Doping Rule Violation

[…] obtained on and subsequent to December 7, 2018, including forfeiture of any medals, points and prizes. Athletes are advised that all natural and synthetic cannabinoids, except cannabidiol (CBD), are prohibited in-competition. Many products which claim to be pure CBD extract or oil from the cannabis plant have traces of THC or other cannabinoids. Thus, […]

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Marijuana FAQ

[…] from the Cannabis sativa plant. The two cannabinoids that people are most familiar with are the naturally occurring tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive component of marijuana, and cannabidiol (CBD), which is being explored for a variety of medicinal purposes. Both of these cannabinoids can be extracted from the cannabis plant, or they can be synthesized […]

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Athlete Advisory: Updated Prohibited List and Key Reminders for 2020

[…] and synthetic cannabinoids are prohibited in-competition. Natural and synthetic THC are prohibited in-competition. All synthetic cannabinoids that mimic the effects of THC are prohibited in-competition. While cannabidiol (CBD) is not prohibited, athletes should be extremely cautious because it’s nearly impossible to obtain a pure CBD extract or oil from the cannabis plant. Anyone who […]

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Why Take the Risk: An Athlete’s Perspective on Cannabinoids

[…] athletes and we have to make those decisions. Question: Now that cannabidiol is permitted in sport, how well do you think most people understand the risk around CBD products? Tyler Carter: In my experience, I don’t think they fully understand the risks versus benefits. I don’t think enough people have done the research. And […]

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Opioid Abuse in America

[…] to the World Anti-Doping Agency Prohibited List because of associated health risks and performance-enhancing capabilities. Opioid & Pain Information for Athletes Pain Medication Tramadol Substance Profile: Kratom 6 things to know about cbd White House Opioid Youth Prevention Resources Discussion Guide Prevention Toolkit Prevention Brochure Prevention Factsheet https://www.usada.org/wp-content/uploads/pain-medications-post-300×150-1.jpg https://www.usada.org/wp-content/uploads/pills-black-and-white-on-table_post-300×150-1.jpg https://www.usada.org/wp-content/uploads/substance-profile-kratom-300×150-1.jpg https://www.usada.org/wp-content/uploads/cbd-oil-300×150.jpg https://www.usada.org/wp-content/uploads/Discussion-Guide.png https://www.usada.org/wp-content/uploads/Opioid-Abuse-Prevention.png https://www.usada.org/wp-content/uploads/Prevention-Brochure.png https://www.usada.org/wp-content/uploads/Factsheet.png

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Natural Products Derived from Plants and Animals

[…] substances prohibited in sport. Here are some common examples: Cannabis sativa produces THC and many other cannabinoids, all which are all prohibited in-competition. The only exception is CBD, which is permitted at all times. Ephedra (multiple species) naturally produces ephedrine and pseudoephedrine, which are both prohibited in-competition. Citrus aurantium (orange peel or bitter orange) […]

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Avoiding COVID-19 Scam Products

[…] sales of products that claim to treat, prevent, cure and diagnose coronavirus. This includes companies marketing the following fraudulent products: Bleach (chlorine dioxide products) Colloidal silver Cannabidiol (CBD) Intravenous vitamin C therapies Sound therapies Bundles of dietary supplements called “Anti-Virus Kits” Silicon face brushes “Defend” patches Essential oils Homeopathic medications Currently, there are no […]

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