Medical marijuana put the veteran athlete back on his feet; now he wants to make sure current players have the same opportunity.

Reggie Williams doesn't back down. From humble beginnings in Flint, Michigan to studying at Dartmouth University, to a decade and a half as a hard-hitting linebacker for the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals from 1976-1989, nothing has been able to topple him.

Even after 24 surgeries on his now-unrecognizable right knee, Williams is still standing.

In his anatomical battle, the athlete and ex-Cincinnati City Councilman largely credits California-based cannabis company Pure Ratios and their pain relieving CBD topical patches for getting him out of near-permanent bed rest and back to the energized, mobile life he loves living.

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