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On 7/13/2020 at 8:12 AM, Papa Steve 55 said:

We have a small store in town. I know the owner so hopefully she will not steer me wrong. I'm not sure about THC content. I don't have to worry about passing a drug test, but not sure if i want to go with it or w/o. So more reading...

You can get broad spectrum without the THC and still get the benefits. 

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Hey gang.

I've personally never tried CBD. I'm wondering if anyone out there uses or has used it? What did you think? Did it help? 

Here's a link to an article which I found interesting.

https://southamptongolfclub.com/cbd-for-golfers/#:~:text=CBD oil can be taken,inflammation%2C and promotes sleep quality.



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After a month of using it I saw no help on my glucose levels. Also no help on arthritic pain in my hands. It helped me sleep I think, about the same as a Jack N Coke. Sitting around the fire pit is more fun that so I think I'm done with this experiment.

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