It’s the hot topic of the moment and all signs point to it staying that way for a long time to come. But with lots of information hitting us at one time it can be difficult to know where to inform yourself about CBD.
If you’re not content with learning about CBD from the television news and are worried about being misinformed, we show below some great resources for educating yourself on all things CBD.
1. CBD Resource
CBD Resource is a fast moving website providing regular and up to date information about CBD. It touches on important topics like whether CBD is legal in the UK (it is, sort of), how CBD works to combat stress and depression and of course, what CBD actually is. With new articles appearing daily, it is sure to be an excellent resource for those looking to learn more about CBD, particularly those based in the UK. They also make the most of social media, utilizing Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and so if you prefer to get your education whilst scrolling through social media, give them a follow.
If you prefer discussion based education, you may like to visit question and answer website, Quora. This website enables its members to ask questions on any topic which are then answered by the rest of the Quora community with interesting and sometimes fiery discussions often ensuing. It’s a great place for debate with very little room for misinformation to thrive as members pride themselves on providing educated and informed answers. Responses that are inaccurate don’t last for long.
There are already a whole host of CBD related questions for you to read through however if you don’t find what you’re looking for, simply ask a question of your own and wait or the discussion to begin.
3. CBD Central
CBD Central is passionate bunch who is trying to provide something different. Fed up of reading articles aimed at selling products or simply just trying to jump on the latest trend with little care for the topic, they seek to educate their readers with a commitment to providing accurate, up to date information about cannabidiol’s properties, applications and legal status. You won’t be confused by scientific and medical jargon, CBD central is designed to be understood by everyone.
They provide detailed information about the endocannabinoid system, explain how to buy CBD and have plenty of shareable CBD infographics like CBD Central has. You can also sign up to their newsletter or follow them on social media.
4. Sensei CBD
If you’re interested in purchasing CBD products, Sensei CBD has you covered. Providing both an overview of CBD products and information about where to buy them, you should find everything you need to know to enable you to make your first CBD purchase. Sensei now even have their own products available which can easily be ordered online. The company is US based but they do ship worldwide and so their products are available to all. Just be sure the check that any products you want to import are legal in your home country (this will usually depend on the strength of the THC contained within the CBD product).
5. Face to face
If you find yourself overwhelmed with the staggering amount of information available about CBD and aren’t interested in spending time at your computer to educate yourself, you might prefer to chat to a professional instead. If CBD is legal and readily used in your town then your doctor may be able to help, however if your medical professionals are not yet prescribing or advocating the use of CBD, popping into a local shop or pharmacy selling the products will likely be your best bet. Shop assistants will usually be educated on the products they are selling and so will be able to answer any questions you might have.
However you choose to educate yourself about CBD, be sure to pass on the knowledge. With so many people poised to benefit from its medicinal benefits, CBD is a secret which should no longer be kept.
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