Golf and Hemp: A “Magic” Pair? Maybe.

Whether you golf, lift weights or just have trouble sleeping, you may have been recommended Hemp recently.

Last summer, Golf Digest asked, “is this golf’s magic potion?” The same article suggested Hemp could be the “hottest product in golf this year.”  Some may have considered that a bit of hyperbole. But— let’s think about it.

Calling Hemp a “product” may further muddy the waters. The so-called “Hemp market” is saturated with tons of different brands and products. Some people rely on tinctures, or drops, taken orally. Others enjoy chewable gummies. Then there’s the popular rubs or balms that are taken topically and applied to achy parts of the body.

On and off the golf course you have likely heard a lot about Hemp.

What is the connection between Hemp & Golf?

So, is Hemp good for golfers? Perhaps, there seems to be quite a bit of buzz around a connection between Hemp and golfing.

This summer, one writer from ESPN had an interesting guess as to why Hemp was popular during the Champions Tour.

He suggested that because players were “older, with rapidly changing bodies” that they were looking for “ways to continue competing at a high level with their grueling schedules.”

That holds true for the general population. Many older Americans are turning to Hemp. According to a recent Gallop Poll, about one in five Americans over 50 uses some kind of Hemp product.

What about the stress associated with the open course? Well, Hemp might help with that.

After the World Anti-Doping Agency removed Hemp from its banned substance list in late 2017, there has been a rise in Hemp use among athletes.  According to an insider at ESPN, “players have noted that they have seen improvements in sleep, recovery, anxiety, and focus.”

Want to try Hemp?

According to a recent Harris Poll, a majority of Americans know of Hemp. Of the 2,000 people surveyed, 86% of them had heard of the cannabis-derived compound. Yet, less than 1 in 5 had tried it. Only 7% say they use it on a regular basis.

Not all Hemp products are created equal. Testing performed by a team under the direction of Dr. Oz found that many Hemp  products are misleading consumers.

Any Hemp product that you purchase should:

Undergo Lab testing.  Search the consumer website for any Hemp product that you buy to find out what independent lab testing has determined about the products. If there is no lab testing involved, you can not be sure what you are consuming. Healthnetics results are always available by scanning the bar code on our Balms or Drops. Lab testing details the ingredients,  the amount of Hemp in our products, and the quality. 

All Natural. Be sure that the brand is using pure Hemp isolate and that you are not being overwhelmed with fillers. We use Certified Emu Oil and all-natural ingredients and organic fruit extracts, with no additives or unnecessary fillers.

Safe for the entire family. Healthnetics products are always 100% THC-free, so your entire family can safely use them.




At Healthnetics, we believe in good health, quality products, and innovation. We strive to offer the best alternative and natural relief options for a healthy mind and body.  We use only all-natural ingredients that are sourced in the USA.  Our products are lab-tested for quality and purity and certified to be 100% THC-free.


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