Green Relief CEO Neilank Jha joins James West and Chris Geiser to talk CBD and the relationship with professional sports and the application to pain management. There are more scientific reports and sporting figures getting behind the beneficial effects of cannabinoids. The natural compounds of hemp are starting to reevaluated by the largest sporting organizations where the compound is currently on the banned substance lists. Green relief are creating awareness to the potential benefits of using cannabis to alleviate symptoms related to pain and exercise recovery. The CEO also outlines the company’s shift from cultivation to extraction and processing and intellectual property.

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