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14 minutes ago, golfish! said:

Which par 3 in Lindenhurst did you play? I grew up in Queens and only started playing golf after I left so the only course I have played on the island is Brentwood.

Actually played the par 3 at Smithtown Landing.  Played 18 at Bergen Point in Lindenhurst. Haven't played brentwood in a while, but a nice course and relatively cheap for what it is.

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Kanibi seems as interested in the results of this forum review as I am! I've already received the product and they surprised all of us testers with variety packs so we'll each get to test the oil tinc

So here are the results of my 2 rounds today:   I dominated the first round! PB score of +10 over par (it is a par 74). I took the oil about an hour prior to the round. I noticed that

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I spent this Labor Day weekend Playing golf, Mowing, Chasing Kids, Swimming, and Doing Homework. All this gave me plenty of opportunity to try different combos of the CBD. I still continue to take a 1/2 dosage twice a day 7am & 7pm. After using the tincture for about 5 days I can say that the taste is good im using lemon lime, and I feel amazing I have not felt this good for this long in quite some time. I have  constant level of energy with no jitters or anything that you would feel from coffee or caffeine.  However on the other side of things i'm getting better rest than normal as well. My tracker is showing that I avg 2 hours in REM 3.5 hours in Deep, and 2 hours light sleep. I was previously at about 45mins to an hour of REM. This has obviously led to my recovery increasing daily by about 10-15%. I will say that I tried to take a Gummie Sunday right as I laid down to see if would help with sleep. I woke up  I laid down around 10:30 and woke up at 2:12 and 4:10 but had no problem falling back to sleep just felt like it was time to wake up I prob wont try that again. 

I was able to play Saturday and Monday and had another Tee time scheduled for Tuesday Morning so after a very busy weekend my usual knee and lower back pain and stiffness started to set in Monday night. This was my first time using the cream. Initial thoughts smell was very mild the heat feeling mild as well. I applied the cream to my lower back and knee then did some stretching. It seemed to dim the pain but my knee was still a bit tight. Today I woke up applied a little more cream since I was gonna walk 18 happy to say by the time I hit the first tee box I was feeling pretty good no tightness in my back or knee. I defiantly prefer this to my usual bio freeze. 

Some golf related thoughts as far as the tincture. goes. I'm bouncing back from a 2 week stretch of bad golf. I shot 87,83,79 playing 2 of those rounds with strangers and once with my dad. I will say I have not felt the nerves like I usually do when playing with strangers this is one of the biggest things I was looking for this keeps me from throwing my first 4 holes away. Throughout the round i'm still able to maintain focus and haven't gotten overly frustrated with myself like I normally do. 

I plan on upping the dosage of Tincture to 3/4 starting tomorrow. 

 

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6 minutes ago, TxTwinDad+2 said:

I will say I have not felt the nerves like I usually do when playing with strangers this is one of the biggest things I was looking for this keeps me from throwing my first 4 holes away

I feel this. Teeing it up in a scramble this Friday with some people from my wife's work. I only know one of them and he's not in my group! Add to it, that I'm supposedly one of the "better" players in the outing so now I feel like I have expectations to live up to lol.

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5 minutes ago, TR1PTIK said:

I feel this. Teeing it up in a scramble this Friday with some people from my wife's work. I only know one of them and he's not in my group! Add to it, that I'm supposedly one of the "better" players in the outing so now I feel like I have expectations to live up to lol.

I've been invited to a couple of tournaments that I have turned down for this reason. I'm getting better but mentally could and would get stuck after a few bad shots and its ruined my day. I had a terrible experience playing a beautiful course in the Hill Country last yr.  

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Last week I ate one gummy before bed and every morning I was having a hard time getting up, feeling groggy.

I haven't taken then gummies before bed this week starting Sunday night and I didn't experience any grogginess Monday morning or this morning. I didn't sleep as well, or I should say I woke up more the past two nights, but no grogginess either day.

Anyone else?

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Last week I ate one gummy before bed and every morning I was having a hard time getting up, feeling groggy.

I haven't taken then gummies before bed this week starting Sunday night and I didn't experience any grogginess Monday morning or this morning. I didn't sleep as well, or I should say I woke up more the past two nights, but no grogginess either day.

Anyone else?

No grogginess on my end. I've honestly been a little surprised by that, but I assume it's just because my sleep quality is improving. That said, there are plenty of other factors that can easily override the effects of the CBD like what I've had to eat or drink - especially if I've consumed alcohol.

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6 minutes ago, beelzeberto said:

Last week I ate one gummy before bed and every morning I was having a hard time getting up, feeling groggy.

I haven't taken then gummies before bed this week starting Sunday night and I didn't experience any grogginess Monday morning or this morning. I didn't sleep as well, or I should say I woke up more the past two nights, but no grogginess either day.

Anyone else?

I have yet to experience any grogginess on my end but also have not taken the gummies much before bed. I did wake up twice on the night that I took it, but still felt like i had a clear head when I woke up. 

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I am seeing that lot of you guys get nervous before your tee time. Is there pressure to perform well in front of strangers? I typically play better with people I don't know compared to those I do know because I try to keep up with my friends who play better than me and strangers I don't know how they play and I care less. Anyone similar to that in this group?

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1 hour ago, tommc23 said:

I am seeing that lot of you guys get nervous before your tee time. Is there pressure to perform well in front of strangers? I typically play better with people I don't know compared to those I do know because I try to keep up with my friends who play better than me and strangers I don't know how they play and I care less. Anyone similar to that in this group?

It really just depends on what expectations have been set and or the skill level of the group. Generally speaking, strangers don't make me all that nervous - I play as a single a lot more than I don't and therefore play through a lot of threesomes and foursomes so it's pretty routine to swing in front of people I don't know.

However, I often set the bar high and place undue pressure on myself that takes a couple holes to get over. If I'm playing and practicing more frequently it's less of an issue, but that just hasn't been the case this year.

 

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Just got my choco mint replacement in the mail today. My lower back started flaring up a bit since the other day (sleeping on a cot in the hospital for a night did a number on my back). I had already sent the original Skittles oil back for replacement so I was waiting for the Choco Mint. I took 1/2 a dose (0.5ml) and will take another before bed. The plan is to take 1 full dose each day but split into 2 until the oil runs out and report back on how that is affecting my chronic back pain. For sure the flavor is better IMO than the Skittles. The overall flavor is light but the mint at the end helps to cover over the hemp taste better than the Skittles flavor. Definitely taste the chocolate and mint more than the Skittles. 

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13 hours ago, TR1PTIK said:

However, I often set the bar high and place undue pressure on myself that takes a couple holes to get over. 

I second this feeling. I play alone majority of the time, and sometimes get lucky and they let me go out solo.  Nothing like having the course to yourself.  Whenever I play with others, I feel like I should be a tour pro and play better than everyone else.  Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't.  But hell, thats why we're not all millionaire tour pros right?

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15 hours ago, tommc23 said:

I am seeing that lot of you guys get nervous before your tee time. Is there pressure to perform well in front of strangers? I typically play better with people I don't know compared to those I do know because I try to keep up with my friends who play better than me and strangers I don't know how they play and I care less. Anyone similar to that in this group?

I'm pretty new to playing golf at any level that can be considered competitive lol. But i'm very very competitive in all things that I do. My wife is constantly asking why I cant just do anything for fun?!? 

That being said all of my nerves are from not having the confidence to be consistent with my swing yet when my swing is on and I know it there are 0 nerves. 

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Played my first round using the oil tincture yesterday. Took a full dose right before I left the house - with the intention to hit the range before tee off, but it was closed... I played a scramble format with a bunch of people I had never met before, but felt that I was much more at ease than normal. I was the first in our group to step up to the tee and while CBD can't touch whatever nervous thoughts I might have had in my head, it absolutely worked to keep me from feeling jittery or anxious with my hands. I smoked a nice draw to the left side of the fairway (the longest in my group) with at least 7 people looking on. The next shot wasn't as good, but a 4 iron with no warm-up will do that sometimes. 

For the day, we'd wind up playing a lot of my shots - primarily drives and short game with a few approaches sprinkled throughout. No one in our group putted particularly well, and even when presented with our best opportunities, failed to make any birdies for the whole round. 😞

Suffice it to say, I think the oil did exactly what I needed it to which is simply take the edge off without the negative effects alcohol tends to have on me. I wish the range had been open for me to warm up with and to get some better perspective from the practice side of it, but that's alright for now.

On the gummy and cream side of things, I'm still using those as mentioned before and continue to see positive results.

Last night my left knee was really hurting - started during golf. I've got some muscle imbalances that cause my patella not to track right and with the additional workouts I've been doing lately I've noticed a little more pain at times. It got pretty bad during yesterday's round (to the point where I was limping a little when I got home). Rested it for the rest of the day and in the evening put some cream on it. I won't go so far as to suggest the CBD cream is the only reason (resting is a huge component of any recovery), but when I woke up today the pain in my knee was completely gone. I don't think I'll be going to the gym or golf course today and tomorrow, but I can get around with zero pain and that is awesome.

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7 hours ago, TR1PTIK said:

Played my first round using the oil tincture yesterday. Took a full dose right before I left the house - with the intention to hit the range before tee off, but it was closed... I played a scramble format with a bunch of people I had never met before, but felt that I was much more at ease than normal. I was the first in our group to step up to the tee and while CBD can't touch whatever nervous thoughts I might have had in my head, it absolutely worked to keep me from feeling jittery or anxious with my hands. I smoked a nice draw to the left side of the fairway (the longest in my group) with at least 7 people looking on. The next shot wasn't as good, but a 4 iron with no warm-up will do that sometimes. 

For the day, we'd wind up playing a lot of my shots - primarily drives and short game with a few approaches sprinkled throughout. No one in our group putted particularly well, and even when presented with our best opportunities, failed to make any birdies for the whole round. 😞

Suffice it to say, I think the oil did exactly what I needed it to which is simply take the edge off without the negative effects alcohol tends to have on me. I wish the range had been open for me to warm up with and to get some better perspective from the practice side of it, but that's alright for now.

On the gummy and cream side of things, I'm still using those as mentioned before and continue to see positive results.

Last night my left knee was really hurting - started during golf. I've got some muscle imbalances that cause my patella not to track right and with the additional workouts I've been doing lately I've noticed a little more pain at times. It got pretty bad during yesterday's round (to the point where I was limping a little when I got home). Rested it for the rest of the day and in the evening put some cream on it. I won't go so far as to suggest the oil is the only reason (resting is a huge component of any recovery), but when I woke up today the pain in my knee was completely gone. I don't think I'll be going to the gym or golf course today and tomorrow, but I can get around with zero pain and that is awesome.

Sounds about right for the oil. I noticed that I just don't have the first tee jitters like I normally do. Definitely seeing better drives off the first tee and through the game because of the oil. Could be a placebo effect but if it fits i sits right?970364533_ifitfitsisits.gif.85778f943770ca836199d90e02261ae7.gif

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So quick update, I was having some neck and shoulder pain today (maybe from stress of the 3 year old deciding she is going to be a true threenager and do everything opposite of what i asked her to do!) so I applied the cream to that area. Interestingly, there was the same heat sensation from when I first applied the cream I hadn't felt since the first application. I wonder if your body gets used to it then if you don't use it for a few days you get the heat sensation back? Anyone else having a similar experience?

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On 9/8/2020 at 2:58 PM, tommc23 said:

I am seeing that lot of you guys get nervous before your tee time. Is there pressure to perform well in front of strangers? I typically play better with people I don't know compared to those I do know because I try to keep up with my friends who play better than me and strangers I don't know how they play and I care less. Anyone similar to that in this group?

I tend to get nervous either way just because it is the first tee. I get more nervous in front of strangers as my regular group as a laid back bunch and I actually relax more around them. As mentioned before though, with the CBD I do notice that I don't have those first tee jitters and I tend to get off the first tee pretty well.

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Wedges : Bombtech 52,56,60

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6 hours ago, golfish! said:

So quick update, I was having some neck and shoulder pain today (maybe from stress of the 3 year old deciding she is going to be a true threenager and do everything opposite of what i asked her to do!) so I applied the cream to that area. Interestingly, there was the same heat sensation from when I first applied the cream I hadn't felt since the first application. I wonder if your body gets used to it then if you don't use it for a few days you get the heat sensation back? Anyone else having a similar experience?

Honestly, I haven't noticed much "heat" at all since I first started using the cream. 

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On 9/8/2020 at 4:58 PM, tommc23 said:

I am seeing that lot of you guys get nervous before your tee time. Is there pressure to perform well in front of strangers? I typically play better with people I don't know compared to those I do know because I try to keep up with my friends who play better than me and strangers I don't know how they play and I care less. Anyone similar to that in this group?

I play better around strangers, but my first tee jitters is because I'm always the first or second one to go out early in the morning and I never warm up. Our course doesn't do tee times throughout the week; only Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. So it's first come first serve, Mon-thurs, and there's a line of at least 20 guys behind me waiting to go on the first tee lol.

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Question for you fellas. If you need pain relief only, in certain areas, would you use the cream or take a soft gel/gummie?

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41 minutes ago, MattF said:

Question for you fellas. If you need pain relief only, in certain areas, would you use the cream or take a soft gel/gummie?

I'd use the cream. It depends on the type of pain you're experiencing though. A quick Google search indicates that at least one test has shown CBD to help with various types of pain, but the research is still new on the subject and results will vary. Here's the article I found discussing CBD and pain relief: https://www.healthline.com/health/cbd-oil-for-pain.

I'm currently experiencing some bad neck pain and used the topical cream last night with only mild results. I may try the oil today just to see if I notice any sort of difference.

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