I got an offer today send me a free panacea.
We’d like to offer you some of Dose of Nature’s CBD health products for your review on your blog.
CBD is one of the most exciting health supplements in the news because of it’s broad scope of health applications. It has amazing anti-inflammatory and anti-pain properties, yet that is just the beginning. Research is showing CBD to help with most neurological and mental disorders. These include anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, Parkinson’s, epilepsy, autism, ALS, and Alzheimers. It is also showing to be useful in autoimmune conditions such as Chron’s, colitis, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and HIV. There is research demonstrating it to be anti-tumoral, neuro and immune-modulating as well as neuro-protective and regenerative. CBD may be the closest thing to a real panacea that there is.
The combining CBD with an advanced delivery system is big news.
We’d like to offer you a sample Redstrap CBD in organic olive oil for your review. You can check out doseofnature.com for more information and, if you’d like to participate in this sample and review offer, just reply to this email and I’ll follow up to get your shipping information and get it sent to you.
Any questions? I am here to help!
She seems nice.
Anyway, CBD is short for cannabidiol — as you can guess from the name, it’s a cannabinoid, so this is simply a marijuana extract. I had no idea that stuff was so potent that it cures cancer, arthritis, and Alzheimer’s!
Should I write back and take her up on her offer? It’s like someone is offering me free weed.
I wondered what their
advanced delivery system was. Here’s their description:
Our innovative technology embeds uniform nano-sized nutrients within ultra-purified micro-clusters of water. The result the most advanced cellular hydration and bioavailable nutrition.
What a fine collection of meaningless phrases, all sciencey and fancy and all. I suspect that what they do is dissolve their extract in water and add it to olive oil, then shake it up real good to make teensy bubbles. I’m a little confused, though: cannabidiol is water insoluble, so it’s going to get extracted into the oily fraction, right? What’s with all this talk about hydration and dissolving it in micro-clusters of water?
Gosh, their technology is too sophisticated for me.
Hang on, I’ve found a better cannabinoid delivery system.