RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Cannabidiol use is growing among athletes after its removal from banned substances list.
After the World Anti-Doping Agency announced the removal of cannabidiol from the banned substances list last year, many athletes - professional and amateur - have been advocating the use of medical cannabis in sports.
According to experts, the cannabinoid can benefit athletes because of its anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.
Leveraging this trend, HempMeds Brasil, which imports and sells herbal medicines, will provide cannabis treatments for MMA fighters Raoni Barcelos, UFC welterweight, and John "Macapá" Teixeira, Bellator featherweight.
In addition to the two, the . . .