1 of Our Favourite Power Drink Brands Launched a CBD Beverage, and We’re Intrigued • Gear Patrol


I think I speak for the whole Outside &amp Fitness Desk when I self-diagnose a severe case of CBDF, a.k.a. Cannabidiol Fatigue. Although the common public may well not be hearing about it each day, we’ve been pitched anything from tinctures to gummies to recovery cream to sunscreen to water infused with the stuff. 

At the similar time, when 1 of our favored overall performance beverage brands, KILL CLIFF, announced a restricted-edition CBD beverage, we took notice. We’ve been fans of the brand’s power and recovery drinks for a whilst now, thanks to a light, refreshing level of carbonation, low calorie counts and noticeable effectiveness. Throw in the reality that KILLCLIFF was founded by a Navy SEAL and aims to raise $1 million for the Navy SEAL Foundation, and what’s not to like?  

The new drink, Orange Kush, presents 25mg of CBD alongside B vitamins and minerals, electrolytes, green tea caffeine and plant extracts, all combining to assistance you chill out and recover from the toughest workouts. I’m truly drinking an ice-cold 12-ounce can as I create this report, whilst simultaneously attempting to bounce back from a quite aggressive weekend spent motorcycling and mountain biking at and about the Mid-Atlantic Overland Festival. 

And whilst the jury is nevertheless out on exactly where this unrelenting CBD movement will take us, I can inform you that this sugar-no cost, 15-calorie beverage, which tastes like a hemped-out Sunkist in the finest probable way, certain is assisting me loosen up in the midst of a busy perform day. Just a tiny hazy but not unfocused, and the aches and pains brought on by difficult riding appear to be fading. Is that feeling supported by science? By emotion? A bit of each? All I know is this Kush is crushing my regular Tuesday anxiousness, and as the good David Wooderson would say, that is “alright alright alright.”

KILL CLIFF CBD in Orange Kush is anticipated to ship this week.


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