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The Athlete’s Guide to CBD Book Set to Release on September 24

David Renfrew



The Athlete's Guide to CBD Book Set to Release on September 24
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The world of CBD seems to be pretty difficult to navigate, especially where there are so many products on the market. The good news is that there are guides available and one that users may want to consider is The Athlete’s Guide to CBD.

The guidebook is authored by Scott Douglas, and the forward is by Tiki Barber. The guide provides readers information on how to treat pain and inflammation, how to maximize recovery, and how to sleep better naturally through CBD. To learn more about the guidebook just visit the guidebook’s webpage today.

David Renfrew is just now beginning his journey at TOC but has found himself on the forefront of the Canadian cannabis culture and marijuana movement. Among being a vocal CBD advocate, Dave is also a politically active father, author, small business owner and fierce reader of fiction and non-fiction. While early, the strong research skills and truly gifted writing talent make David one of our top editors.

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