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not endorphins.

We were wrongly told it was Endorphins that cause the Runner’s High. In fact, it’s caused by an endo-cannab*noid by the name of Anandamide.

Citation: 2021 Apr, “Exercise-induced euphoria and anxiolysis do not depend on endogenous opioids in humans”

Anandamide, aka the bliss molecule.

Anandamide happens to share a similar structure to T**. Turns out cannab** and the exercise high have more in common than those that appropriately coined the term first thought.

January 2022 - University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania - The Endocannab*noid System and Physical Exercise

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T**, C**, C** and L-theanine enhanced with B-Vitamins and Electrolytes to elevate your training with longevity, consistency and enjoyment in mind.

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Were you told it makes you lazy?

You were lied to. Don’t worry, we all were. Turns out people that use cannab** are more active than those that don’t. They exercise more often, saying it “motivates them.”

Citation: April 2019 - University of Boulder Colorado -The New Runner's High? Examining Relationships Between Cannab** Use and Exercise Behavior in States With Legalized Cannab**

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Enjoy it: Do not under value your enjoyment. It's important to remember that your mind and body work as one. And enjoyment is the best metric for consistency and routine. Don't just do it. Enjoy it.