Why Your Input as a Cannabis Reviewer is Valuable: 6 Reasons
We want to know your feedback, for these six core reasons.
As you know, the studies on cannabis are few but slowly gaining momentum. One of the biggest leaps the plant needs to take in our society is jumping over the hurdle of its label: schedule 1. Whether you believe it should be labeled as a schedule 2 or not scheduled at all, reviewing the cannabis and cannabis products you've tried can amplify its way into politics and help out the politicians that are willing to reclassify it.
If it can get rescheduled/relabeled, then more institutions will willingly attempt to test out its capabilities as a medicine. This means the possibility of finding better, safer medications and alternatives. The more we know about the effects strains have (as well as their lab analysis for terpenes and cannabinoids), the more we can break the riddles of cannabis. And that's where you come in.
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Reason #1: Your Reviews Lead Medical Trials
The best way to know which direction to go when it comes to clinical trials, is to listen to what the people that have experienced the subject of experimentation have already said about it. This is why surveys are often taken. But instead of getting bugged at the outlets by a survey-hound, submitting your survey (review) of the strains you've tried is more fun and less irritating.
Reason #2: You Help Others Know What to Expect
While more states legalize it, especially at the medical level, patients are going to want to know what the possibilities are when trying a strain. The more reviews verifying its potential in relieving a symptom, the more those new to the strain will be able to pinpoint which ones may relieve them.
Reason # 3: Your Clues Help Unravel Cannabis's Synergy
We want to know what kind of combinations compounds must be in to produce a specific effect. We're finding there's lots of synergy between cannabis's components, and if we can zone in on how much one cannabinoid is needed in combination with another to produce a specific effect, we can then know which strains are best for which conditions/symptoms.
Reason #4: You Can Choose to Help Local Businesses
If you want to leave the location you bought your strains, it could help others not only know where to purchase it, but help the dispensaries and cultivators out as more people are drawn to their products, stimulating the economy.
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Reason #5: You Can Choose to Help Weed Out Bad Products
Companies want to know what works and what doesn't so they know what to supply. By giving your feedback even with a bad review, it can shift the direction of a business so that it can keep running instead of going into bankruptcy over attempting to sell bad products.
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Reason #6: You Create Your Own Library for What You Enjoy
By taking a moment to reflect on how a strain or product makes you feel, you're reinforcing your memory of it. This way, if you wish to have a certain effect, you can more easily log into your memory banks and remember which strain made you have said effect. Or, you can pull up your reviews you've completed to see if you're remembering correctly in case that short-term memory loss got you.
These are great reasons for you to leave your input. Help the community you're a part of, even if you only consume it for recreational purposes. Get some of that good karma.