New website, DidCBDWork.com, looks to crowdsource information from over 1 million users in hopes to dispel misinformation and provide valued feedback to those who currently use CBD or those looking to start. Due to so much insistent information available in the news and on the internet, it is hard to dispel myths and determine authentic and verified experiences. The website’s goal is to reach 1 million testimonials by the end of 2020. It will be organized by the condition treated with CBD. Additionally, it will offer the latest medical research available. The testimonials will then be compared to the claims made by companies and marketers.
Eventually, a reliable database will be created with scores and experiences for each individual medical condition. This will aid the community in determining the effectiveness of products along with specific feedback. The comments will be made public for transparency and to avoid bias. The database contains over 400 scientific articles on CBD to help support findings. All experiences are accepted – positive, negative, and indifferent. To gain users, DidCBDWork.com will be awarding the best reviewers with free CBD if they liked the product or Amazon vouchers for those wanting to try something else.
Making partnerships are crucial in a word of mouth industry and the website is actively seeking bloggers and influencers who use, or want to try CBD to treat various medical conditions.