Steve Slater’s success with CBD in pain management led to consulting role with company – Lancaster Eagle Gazette

LANCASTER – Steve Slater went from suffering severe knee pain to once again working out and credits using cannabidiol for easing the pain.

Therefore, he works with CBD Health Collection of Granville, owned by Rick Bauer and his daughter, Ashley, to create products for those doing heavy strength training workouts.

Local businessman Steve Slater's success in using cannabidiol (CBD) to manage pain led him to have a consulting role with CBD Health Collection in Granville. He's shown here performing a log press with a 150-pound log.

“I started working with them because my knee pain was pretty fierce through wear and tear from lifting (weights) and doing heavy labor,” Slater said. “I manufacture a lot of strength equipment like atlas stones and logs and I have to lug these things around. Then I go to competitions and I have to lug them around. So there’s a lot of wear and tear on my body.”

Slater, 53, is a former Strongman competitor and bodybuilder and now produces bodybuilding equipment. He also owns Git Fit with his wife, Susie. That company promotes strength clinics, Strongman competition and provides fitness training and consulting.

Additionally, he is also an owner of Slater’s Hardware. However, his involvement with the CBD Health Collection is not affiliated in any way to the hardware store. Slater has also been a committee member for the Arnold Strongman Classic since 2003. 

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