Researcher Quiz Results
You have high standards and do your own research, which is exactly why we respect you.
If you got these quiz results, chances are you’re a little bit skeptical about the latest “CBD craze.” You’ve heard of it helping people with pain management and stress, but you’ve also heard some bad press.
Just because someone on Instagram tells you to try something, doesn’t mean you’re going to try it. First, you’ve got questions. You want to fact-check the claims being made and investigate the science on your own.
We appreciate your due diligence. In fact, Hempsley was created with your questions and concerns in mind.
Before ever selling a single CBD product, we spent years educating our community, both local and international, on the science behind the hemp plant. We don’t claim that CBD is right for everyone, and we always advise that people consult with their own healthcare providers before trying CBD.
Our article on CBD Safety was a collaboration with Clinical Pharmacist Dr. Michael Barton, and we think it’s a good starting point for anyone who wants to talk to their doctor before trying CBD.
If after doing your own research, you’d like to introduce CBD into your wellness routine, we recommend starting with a topical. Below are some of our favorite CBD topicals that have worked well for us.
If these results don’t sound quite right, our apologies! You know yourself better than anyone, even the most in-depth Internet quiz. Click here to read the rest of the results and find what rings true for you.
Fight the Mid-Day Slump with a CBD Pick-Me-Up
Our most popular product for joint and nerve pain.
Deeply moisturizing and has a subtle scent with lavender, comfrey, and St. John’s Wort.
Thinner and more oily than other topicals, but absorbs quickly and covers a wide surface area.
Massage therapists report that this topical has great “slide” — try it for yourself!
Papa & Barkley's Natural Releaf Drops
With just MCT oil and hemp, this is the perfect product to add to a lotion you already love or mix with essential oils to make your own product.
Apply directly to the skin for a potent topical option; we like to use on burns and itchy bug bites.
Note: this is a liquid product, and MCT is considered a fast absorbing oil
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