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Tissue Rejuvenator and CBD

The safe and highly effective way to reduce inflammation!


Here's a statement that will most likely have you saying, Wait. What?

Exercise decreases inflammation, but it also increases inflammation. And the exercise-caused increase in inflammation can be either a good thing or a bad thing.

Let us explain: Inflammation is part of the body's immune response to a problem, which is why it is not necessarily a bad thing. It simply depends on the type of inflammation, acute or chronic.

Acute inflammation is short-term, with effects subsiding after a few days. It occurs from minor injuries (e.g., cuts, scrapes, sprains) and minor sicknesses (sore throats, etc.), and it's the type of inflammation that occurs after bouts of exercise. Some degree of inflammation is necessary to obtain the benefits of exercise; the body gets stronger by means of the inflammatory response to the stress that occurs in the workout.

Chronic inflammation (a.k.a. systemic inflammation) is long-term and often referred to as persistent, low-grade inflammation. Although damaged tissue cannot heal without inflammation, chronic inflammation—where the stressor is constant and left unremoved—can eventually cause several diseases and negative health conditions, including some cancers [1]. Not exercising with consistency, exercising too much (i.e., overtraining), insufficient exercise recovery, and other factors (e.g., stress), can lead to excessive chronic inflammation.

The Exercise/Inflammation Connection

It's pretty simple: Lack of exercise increases the potential for undesirable chronic inflammation, while an intelligent exercise program—one that provides sufficient time for recovery, coupled with high-quality nutrition—decreases the potential. We just need to make sure that we're engaged in regular exercise without overdoing it. If we keep inflammation occurring courtesy of training without sufficient recovery, it can very easily go from productive acute inflammation to unwanted and health-damaging chronic inflammation.

Sore? Here’s What NOT to Do!

Even though some inflammation is a good thing for your body, that doesn't mean that you have to deal with the soreness. However, NSAIDs (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs) are NOT the answer! In addition to the known side effects associated with these types of medications, newer research [2] strongly suggests that NSAIDs inhibit the activity of neutrophils, a type of white blood cell. As Jeffrey S. Mogil, PhD, states, ““Neutrophils rush in pretty early after some sort of injury, causing a process that ends up preventing chronic pain, and you probably shouldn’t block it.” Sports Medicine Specialist Dr. Eugene Aiello, DC, bluntly states, “NSAIDs definitely interfere with the process.” That’s definitely not a good thing! Stay away from NSAIDs!

Tissue Rejuvenator and CBD—They’re what TO do!

Instead of reaching for NSAIDs, which come with plenty of undesirable side effects and could very well make inflammation issues much worse—and you definitely don’t want to go there!—opt instead for the ultimate soreness-reduction combination: Tissue Rejuvenator and CBD.

Tissue Rejuvenator, in both the original formula and vegan-friendly formula—is a powerful two-part formula that helps rebuild joints, tendons, and soft tissue while simultaneously reducing swelling and alleviating aches and soreness. Both products have been top sellers for years and years. Why? Because they work! Oh yes, one other massive benefit, courtesy of the glucosamine sulfate in the products: research revealed that men and women who used glucosamine had a reduced cancer mortality risk than those who did not use glucosamine. [3, 4]

Hammer CBD contains numerous cannabinoids, terpenes, and other compounds that provide multiple benefits for human health, a primary one being that they activate Cannabinoid Receptor Type 2 (CB2) receptors. When CB2 receptors are activated, they work to reduce aches and soreness effectively and powerfully. Additionally, as Dr. Bayne French writes about one study, “It was found that CBD activated an enzyme called 15-lipoxygenase-1. The activation of this enzyme triggered the production of numerous substances that were responsible for causing inflammation to subside. ‘CBD thus induces a switch in the affected cells, so to speak, which steers the inflammatory process from the promoting to the inhibiting side.’” [5]

Make it a Habit!

Hooray! It’s May! It’s a great time of year because it’s when the training volume and intensity r-e-a-l-l-y increases, with key events happening soon. Please! Don’t make the mistake of overtraining, and be sure you recover “as hard” as you train. To be able to increase your training volume and intensity with regularity and truly ready for your key events—all while staving off chronic inflammation—don’t forget to implement rest and recovery days into your workout schedule. And make sure that Tissue Rejuvenator/Vegan Tissue Rejuvenator and CBD are part of your daily regimen. The benefits these superb products supply are cumulative—you don’t build up any kind of tolerance to them—so the more consistently you use them, the better the benefits will be.

[3] Zhou J et al. Front Nutr. 2022 Nov 2;9:947818.


any particular Mg’s for the cbd?
I usually take the rejuvenator and cbd at night for recovery from the day.
Hammer Nutrition replied:
Hi Joe, thank you for your question. Dosages do tend to vary from person, ranging from 25mg/day to 200mg/day. I take two TR and 50 mg of TR morning and evening to keep my creaky knees happy. I would suggest upping your dosage methodically looking for additional benefits. When you reach a benefit plateau, that’s the sweet spot where you want to be. BDF

joe Lepkowski

For years my doctors had me taking a max dose of Celebrex, plus up to 2,000 mg of Tylenol per day.. And also cyclobenzaprine to jeep me get 5-6 hours of sleep.

Other than the cyclobenzaprine, I haven’t had any of those for the last 1-1/2 years. That was also about the time I got started with hammer nutrition products. I began with Tissue Rejuvenator taking 4 caps a day with no immediate results. But eventually began using CBD as well as a few other Hammer Nutrition supplements that may have also contributed. I am now up to an average of 7.4 hours of sleep per night without the use of cyclobenzaprine.

I still deal with some chronic pain but it is much more manageable now.

I believe that Tissue Rejuvenator, CBD, REM Caps and Essential MG have all played a part with getting rid of all my prescriptions (well except for my thyroid meds that I still get).
Hammer Nutrition replied:
Hi Gary, Thank you for the excellent testimonial! I’m glad you are getting better sleep, that’s so key. Keep on hammering! BDF

Gary Wenzl

Great article Steve!


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