Floyd’s of Leadville approved by World Anti-Doping Agency, bigger capsules & tinctures added to the mix

After a number of tough years, Floyd Landis has rebounded through his new company Floyd’s of Leadville. We recently covered Floyd’s and their all-natural CBD oil that claims to relieve pain and mitigate inflammation. At the time the hemp-based products weren’t endorsed by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) due to them having the potential of containing trace amounts of psychoactive THC, but since then the WADA has removed cannabidiol (CBD) from their list of prohibited substances for the 2018 season.

Which for competing athletes means more natural ways of dealing with pain after injuries, in addition to reducing swelling and inflammation #dontgetswole. In tandem, with the new exceptions to the rules, Floyd’s is now offering a larger soft-gel capsule and liquid tinctures.

Floyd's of Leadville tincture 50mg capsules

New CBD Products:

New to their line of CBD oil offerings are 50mg oil capsules and 600-1200mg tincture bottles. The capsules provide a month’s supply of 30 servings for $90 and contain Omega -3, 6 and GLA. While the tinctures come in 600mg and 1200mg sizes. Each drop of the tincture contains about 2.66mg of CBD which allows riders to balance their intake with their personal needs. Naturally, the tincture bottles also contain the same essential fatty acids and cost $55 for the small and $85 for the large bottles.

FloydsOfLeadville.com

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dustytires
5 years ago

Congrats to FOL! whether topicals work on not, it employs a ton of people from plant to product and that’s a good thing being Made in USA

JAKE
JAKE
5 years ago

Ehemm, THC*

caliente
caliente
5 years ago

Wait — so does it get you high, or not?

Greg
Greg
5 years ago
Reply to  caliente

Do you want to get high? There are cheaper ways.

caliente
caliente
5 years ago
Reply to  Greg

Yes, I am aware of the cheaper ways. I just was not aware of any WADA sanctioned superdank. Whether or not I want to get high is irrelevant.

Mikel
Mikel
5 years ago
Reply to  caliente

Oh, it’s relevant.

TheKaiser
5 years ago
Reply to  caliente

No, it is the THC in cannabis that gets you “high”. This is a THC free (or nearly THC free) cannabis extract which has high levels of CBD, a compound which has other medicinal properties.

Matt
Matt
5 years ago
Reply to  caliente

It won’t get you high, but CBD always makes me feel kind of loose and relaxed without any side effects. I haven’t tried Floyd’s, but I’ve found most CBD products to be pretty mellow, which I like. I wish I could say the same for other edibles nowadays….

PooperScooper
PooperScooper
5 years ago

That website is amazing. Big pharma, look out!

TheKaiser
5 years ago

“At the time the hemp-based products weren’t endorsed by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) due to them having the potential of containing trace amounts of psychoactive THC, but since then the WADA has removed cannabidiol (CBD) from their list of prohibited substances for the 2018 season.”

So is trace THC still a problem with WADA, even if they have removed CBD itself from the prohibited list?

Flatbiller
Flatbiller
5 years ago

I just watched “Icarus” and there was not a single mention of this stuff. So it must not be good.

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5 years ago

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