Kyle Turley to bring Neuro XPF™ CBD to Big Game Week
Former All-Pro has a CBD product to help combat CTE, PTSD that he says should be made legal in the NFL
Turley has developed a line of Neuro XPF products that have shown the effectiveness of CBD backed by research, robust early sales and testimonials from football players and athletes of all ages. He will be available to talk about his goal of introducing CBD to the world to help all athletes recover quickly and prevent injuries as well as veterans suffering from head injuries suffered in battle.
Turley will be participating in one-on-one radio, television, internet and print media interviews on Wednesday, Jan. 31, and Thursday, Feb. 1 at the Mall of America in Bloomington at 60 East Broadway. Requests for interviews can be submitted prior to his appearance from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. and for other times set in advance. Email email@example.com for interviews or call 815.670.2620..
"I am honored to be presenting Neuro XPF's (http://neuroxpf.com) line of CBD products at the Big Game and share my message," Turley said. "Cannabis saved my life and this is why we created this product line. This is why I'm here."
Turley qualifies as an expert in chronic pain after warring in the trenches as an offensive lineman for eight seasons in the NFL and four years at San Diego State.
"CBD has played an important role in allowing me to personally manage pain, cope with CTE-like symptoms, improve my overall health and eliminate the need for prescription opioids that nearly cost me my life due to long-term use side effects," Turley said. "If we can allow players and veterans to recover naturally with proper dietary and organic therapies, we should be doing so. Our communities have suffered needlessly with the inherent risks of accomplishing greatness."
Neuro XPF, formerly labeled as Neuro Armour, removes any trace of THC and reintroduces the plant's natural terpenes and other valuable cannabinoids to provide the most powerful CBD products on the market.Turley wants to see CBD and THC legal in the NFL.
"Athletes in this discussion on the football side are pressing more for total legalization, more than the other sports who are just saying give us CBD. Football athletes are saying we need more than that. CBD is a tremendous benefit but with THC included it's supercharged and you need that in dealing with sports like football," Turley said.
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