Are You Stressed About COVID and Interested in CBD? Participate in a Research Study
Are you stressed out about COVID? The University of Arkansas is currently running a research study about CBD and stress. If you are interested in learning more, click here!
Cannabadiol, or CBD, is a non-intoxicating molecule from the cannabis plant. If you are between the ages of 18 and 55 years old, dealing with COVID-related stress, are not currently taking anti-anxiety medication, and have not used CBD in the past, you may be eligible to participate. If you are eligible, you could earn up to two free bottles of CBD, valued at $70 each!
Click here, to complete a brief screener. If eligible, you would complete a short daily survey a short period, followed by one week of CBD self-administration (product provided).
Help researchers better understand how CBD relates to stress, and earn free CBD in the process!
For more information, click here or contact Riley Gournay at email@example.com
Riley Gournay, researcher
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