In recent months, Jake Plummer has been vocal about how CBD has impacted his health in life after pro football. He’s even become a face of “When the Bright Lights Fade”, a campaign RoC launched in collaboration with CW Botanicals to fund research with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. JHU will research the impact of cannabinoid therapies on Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), potentially benefiting not only professional and amateur athletes from grade school on up, but also anyone suffering from neurodegenerative conditions.
The former Bronco’s quarterback has declared his support for further research into cannabidiol (CBD) and head trauma, and recently made the trip to Colorado Springs to visit the Realm of Caring, and spend quality time with some of our awesome clients.
Jake has taken to Twitter to spread the word about CBD and cannabinoid therapy:
Mr. Plummer has also generously donated items and experiences to the When The Bright Lights Fade Campaign:
Realm of Caring is devising a committee of athletes to create an open letter to different organizations to call for research on CTE and contact sports. You are encouraged to attend the Cannabis World Congress and Business Expo, where RoC CEO, Heather Jackson, will be participating on the panel discussing CTE, Concussion and CBD. Register now with the promo code THEROC to save $100, and join us in this vital conversation, just like Jake Plummer has.
Check out our When the Bright Lights Fade campaign!