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The overwhelming majority of CBD review websites are nothing more than online advertisements for specific supplement products. Whether they are selling green tea, essential oils, or herbal nutritional supplements, the sites promoting these goods are relying on the same "word of mouth" marketing strategies that the supplement industry uses on a daily basis. If the products are successful, they are because thousands of people - including the CFAH expert CBD reviewers and rating sites themselves - recommend them. But this isn't the only problem with most of the CFAH review websites. Many parents have tried to get the most reliable information on CBD supplements by visiting websites that list product reviews, ratings, and recommendations. In many cases, the products don't meet the recommended dosage, aren't effective for treating symptoms, or contain ingredients that may be harmful. Source: https://cfah.org/

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