Carson Palmer played as a quarterback in the NFL, but even in his wildest dreams, he would not have seen a life amid coronavirus pandemic. The Palmers family moved out of their former residence to a new one in the recent past. A long career that saw him play for three different NFL teams has taken much toll on Palmer’s body. His back and neck problems are an outcome of the long years of playing in the National Football League. These issues meant that he had to endure much pain when hauling furniture and other stuff for the move-out.
Palmer consumes cannabidiol as a way to tackle chronic aches. It helps Plamer not just amid the move, but even when crouching down for catching the fastball his son throws to him. Palmer uses a CBD cream in the morning for both back and neck pain relief, and on occasional nights after having arduous days as he had in the move-out.
“I’m an everyday user who 100 percent believes in the product,” he stated. “My whole family uses it. … It’s something that has really made things simpler and easier for me.”
CBD is among the many different cannabinoid substances present in cannabis sativa. It will not give users a psychoactive ‘high’, as tetrahydrocannabinol does. There is not much scientific research on cannabidiol, but much of the word of mouth for it comes as evidence from anecdotes. Palmer’s feedback adds to the anecdotal evidence that CBD oil for back pain and neck pain is effective.
Palmer’s wife Shaelyn consumes cannabidiol for relief from pains stemming from the days she spent playing for the University of South Carolina’s soccer team. Palmer’s father has back and knee problems and his mother suffers from rheumatoid arthritis. The Palmers family uses cannabidiol to get by in the existing coronavirus epidemic situation.
Palmer says that his wife experiences some relaxation after reading news on coronavirus, thanks to the instant relief cannabidiol gives her. He is doing anything possible to stay active and be productive when millions globally are told to be at home.
In his last professional stint, Palmer played as a quarterback for the NFL’s ‘Arizona Cardinals’ team from 2013 to 2017. Some years after it ended up being a burden for him, Palmer has restarted to enjoy his hobby of weight lifting, thanks partly to CBD.