For many years now, CFAH has provided free educational material to help cannabis consumers make informed decisions about their health and professional interests. We've done so by posting articles and educational videos, as well as conducting interviews with local marijuana regulators, police officers, healthcare professionals, pharmacists, abuse specialists, and anyone else we can think of who's a potential source of medical advice. And we've even done a few things that stand out for us, such as publishing articles on the dangers of using untested prescription drugs for pain management, the potential abuse potential of prescription-strength marijuana, and the need for unbiased, fact-based educational material in schools. The organization's free curriculum was largely developed by volunteers who worked with a professional team of editors, writers, and graphic designers. A group of CBD review websites has attempted to mimic our work, but most have failed to match our high standards and commitment to quality and accuracy.
It's no mystery that many websites that review CBD products are actually paid promotional pieces. Many review websites have taken articles and videos out of context and turned them into ads. They've used stock photos that don't properly represent the product, or they've made questionable choices regarding how they describe the effects of the product. When you read through some of these CBD review websites, it's easy to spot the fact that their primary purpose is to sell. Their reviewers may even appear more like salespeople themselves, touting the benefits of certain products without providing any supporting evidence.
That's why we [ CFAH ] continue to publish articles with our permission and trademarked CBD resource material. We're happy to continue that work as long as independent CBD review websites continue to try to mimic our work. Our goal is to provide informative, objective information to those interested in the benefits of CBD products for chronic pain management. Our resource material isn't intended to be a sales pitch for any product. When we do provide sales pitches - which we have done from time to time - they're simply an accompanying thought and not intended to be a sales pitch in and of itself.
In addition to our work with CFAH, many parents have written successful reviews on their own websites. We've enjoyed reading those reviews, and we encourage other parents to share their success as well. It's important to remember, though, that while many parents are happy to provide honest, constructive reviews of CBD products, it's often the product manufacturers that are the most excited about receiving such feedback. In other words, even if a parent writes a favorable review, the product manufacturer might be paying a visit to the review website in order to get that positive feedback in writing!
This doesn't mean that you shouldn't take advantage of these kinds of efforts. Rather, we urge you to be honest about the type of feedback you are giving - no matter where you post your review. If you are providing general feedback or an overall impression of the product, be sure to include your personal experiences with the product. For example, if you were only able to experience some of the positive aspects of the product, don't say that you only liked the taste of the chocolate. You should also be sure to include specific details about how you used the CBD product, what did you like about the product, and what aspects of the product made you unable to use it - without being too descriptive.
The bottom line is that if you want parents to purchase CBD products, you need to remember that they may have very limited knowledge about them. That's why it's so important to offer detailed, helpful reviews of the products offered. That way, when they do make a decision about CBD oil, they can make a knowledgeable and educated choice.
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