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**Note from ” Floyd’s of Leadville ” – Please note that while all of our Full Spectrum products contain less than .3% hemp-derived THC, this larger 100mg extra-strength capsule could possibly produce a positive THC test result.

“The Floyd’s of Leadville Tinctures Full Spectrum CBD products provide – in addition to the active plant CBD compound – a synergic effect that supplements and enhances the benefits of CBD for extra strength. The enhanced benefit has been widely recognized and has its own name – the “Entourage Effect.” The Entourage Effect synergistically combines the benefits of other terpenes to maximize their potential. The process involved for the Full Spectrum products results in a trace amount of THC.”

We cannot currently deliver CBD products internationally or to these states: Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi and Louisiana.

I use this as a nightly rub. Best thing ever – Rodolfo N.

What we think

Floyd’s of Leadville CBD Hemp Oil Daily Supplement tincture uses the best anti-inflammatory strains that takes the edge off the pain and delivers an advantage over the competition. As you can expect from a Floyd’s of Leadville product there’s no preservatives or additives – just natural CBD hemp oil. Of course all our hemp is non-GMO so you get all of the goodness with none of the pesticides.

Per Floyd’s of Leadville’s recommendations and ours each person will metabolize and react differently to CBD. We recommend starting with a lower dose, and increasing as necessary. Our tinctures can be a great place to start for more precise dosing. Consult your physician regarding dosage.

HOW WE USE IT

**Note from “Floyd’s of Leadville” – Please note that while all of our Full Spectrum products contain less than .3% hemp-derived THC, the larger 100mg extra-strength capsules could possibly produce a positive THC test result.

“The Floyd’s of Leadville Full Spectrum CBD Softgels products provide – in addition to the active plant CBD compound – a synergic effect that supplements and enhances the benefits of CBD for extra strength. The enhanced benefit has been widely recognized and has its own name – the “Entourage Effect.” The Entourage Effect synergistically combines the benefits of other terpenes to maximize their potential. The process involved for the Full Spectrum products results in a trace amount of THC.”

Floyd’s of Leadville CBD Hemp Oil Daily Supplement softgel capsules use the best anti-inflammatory strains that takes the edge off the pain and delivers an advantage over the competition. Don’t take their word for it. take ours – They work! As you can expect from a Floyd’s of Leadville product there’s no preservatives or additives – just natural CBD Hemp Oil. Of course all their hemp is non-GMO so you get all of the “goodness with none of the pesticides.”

We cannot currently deliver CBD products internationally or to these states: Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi and Louisiana.

What we think

Some key features to Floyd’s and their robust line of products is their care for “what’s inside” – to us that matters. Keep in mind Full Spectrum CBD contains trace amounts of THC to maximize the benefits of CBD. We batch test all of the products before they make it on our site and we have the batch testing to prove it. Need a copy? Not to worry – it’s on the site for your viewing and satisfaction.

Per Floyd’s of Leadville’s recommendations and ours each person will metabolize and react differently to CBD. We recommend starting with a lower dose, and increasing as necessary. Our tinctures can be a great place to start for more precise dosing. Consult your physician regarding dosage.

HOW WE USE IT

Cbd floyds

It was a bit anticlimactic, given that Landis could potentially have won millions by some reports. But he flipped the script by announcing that he was putting his share of the settlement (about $600,000) into a domestic road racing team, of all things. In one move, he inserted his name back into pro cycling, while making an elegant statement: Thanks, but it’s not really about the money. (A separate fund was established to repay donors to the “Floyd Fairness Fund,” which he had set up to pay for his own doping defense.)

In Floyd’s world, sacrilege is a good thing, particularly when it comes to pro cycling. But cycling is the furthest thing from Floyd’s mind most days; he’s busy running a business. As we speed down narrow country roads in Sitler’s cluttered Prius, they jump on a conference call with a Midwestern convenience-store chain interested in carrying Floyd’s of Leadville products. Once an exotic niche product known mainly to cannabis aficionados, CBD became a mainstream market category almost overnight. Floyd’s of Leadville, which began selling CBD products three years ago, found itself on the leading edge of the wave.

He never thought it would turn into a business, and he never thought he would end up as its figurehead. But it’s illegal to advertise cannabis—and that led to putting the name of the group’s most publicly notorious partner front and center. In April 2016, the enterprise became “Floyd’s of Leadville.”

That Floyd was angry and tortured. “Disgraced cyclist” could have been on his driver’s license. This Floyd seemed happy and fat (by pro cyclist standards, anyway). He could have been any other middle-aged suburban dad in a bike jersey—except for the part about growing acres of marijuana. People had snickered when Landis had emerged, three years ago, as the front man for a Colorado marijuana company called Floyd’s of Leadville. It was too perfect, the confessed doper now selling dope. “I’m happy to finally be involved in a legitimate industry,” he tweeted at the time, tongue firmly in cheek.

CBD and Other Recovery Products for Cyclists

The marijuana/CBD business provides more than enough diversion to keep them from dwelling on the past. “Some athletes have a really hard time finding anything to do after they quit,” Floyd tells me later, as we drive back to Salt Lake City. “Because the way you get treated when you’re a professional athlete, you end up living in Bizarro World. And the people that say they like you, they want to help you, and want to be around you all the time—when that’s over, they are nowhere to be seen.”

It certainly grows like one. “Six weeks ago, these plants were maybe waist high,” Ben tells me. “The soil did all the work.” The crop is mostly organic, too; he sprayed the plants once when they were young, but after that, he did not use pesticides. In place of chemicals, he brought in a colony of wasps to prey on the bugs that might otherwise eat the hemp buds. Still, one or two pests manage to survive. Wayne plucks a small green worm off a flower and holds it up. It seems, well, pretty chill.

“Floyd and I are very good together,” Alex says by phone from their home in Larchmont, New York. “He’s a very creative ideas person, a visionary, so he’s a good CEO. I help him execute and run the day-to-day logistics.”

The cannabis business brought them together again. For two former athletes, it seems like not a bad way to spend one’s “retirement.” It is fast-growing, fast-moving, and the rules are being made up along the way—not unlike a bicycle race. Cycling, Landis says, was the perfect training ground for his current job, with its many uncertainties and intense competition. “It’s like in cycling, there are decisions you have to take on the fly, and they make the difference if you win or lose,” he says. “It’s kind of the same here. It’s always changing and you have to gamble. It’s fun, because everyone is trying to figure out what’s gonna happen next. We’re just kind of making it up as we go along.”

He desperately needed to figure out the next act in his life. Out of money, he moved to Connecticut, where he stayed with a friend named Tiger Williams, an avid cyclist who works in the hedge-fund business. Williams invited him to join his firm as a trader. That lasted two days. Williams then suggested he try to get back involved with cycling somehow, perhaps as a coach. That had zero appeal, and besides, Floyd laughs, “I’m the worst coach on Earth.”