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This community is for professionals and enthusiasts of our products and services. Share and discuss the best content and new marketing ideas, build your professional profile and become a better marketer together.
  • Welcome to Chronic Health Wisdom:

    • A community dedicated to both professionals within the cannabis industry and enthusiasts of cannabis.
    • An inviting space for those eager to deepen their understanding of cannabis and explore alternative medicinal practices.
  • Engagement Opportunities:

    • Cannabis Knowledge Sharing: Exchange information and experiences related to cannabis use, benefits, and legal aspects.
    • Alternative Medicine Exploration: Discuss and learn about various alternative medicines and their integration with traditional treatments.
    • Health and Wellness Advice: Seek and offer advice on how cannabis and alternative medicines can contribute to overall health and wellness.
    • Research and Studies: Share the latest research, studies, and findings about cannabis and alternative medicine's efficacy and safety.
    • Community Support: Engage in supportive discussions for managing chronic conditions with cannabis and alternative therapies.

Before you ask - please make sure to search for a similar question. You can search questions by their title or tags. It’s also OK to answer your own question.

Please avoid asking questions that are too subjective and argumentative or not relevant to this community.

Guidance for Constructive Engagement:

To maintain the quality and usefulness of our forum, it's important that all members ask practical, answerable questions based on actual problems they face. While we encourage curiosity and exploration, certain types of questions can reduce the effectiveness of our community. Here's what to avoid:

  • Avoid Broad, Open-ended Questions: Questions without a specific focus, like "What's your favorite strain?" can lead to a multitude of equally valid answers but don't often provide the in-depth knowledge or solutions many members seek.

  • Questions That Answer Themselves: If you're sharing a personal solution, like "I use CBD oil for anxiety, what about you?" aim to frame it in a way that encourages diverse, informative responses rather than echoing experiences.

  • No Problem to Solve: Queries that don't address a specific issue, such as "Does anyone else feel this way?" might be better suited for discussion forums rather than a Q&A platform.

  • Hypothetical Scenarios: Try to avoid speculative questions like "What if cannabis was legal everywhere?" as they often lead to endless speculation rather than concrete information or advice.

  • Rants Disguised as Questions: While it's valid to have strong opinions, framing them as questions like "Isn't this policy terrible?" doesn't foster constructive dialogue or solutions.

If your question falls into these categories, or if you're looking more for a discussion than an answer, consider joining our mailing list or community forums designed for more open-ended conversation. However, if you're seeking explanations, insights, or solutions, you're in the right place.

Additional Guidelines for Answers:

  • Keep Answers Focused: Don't expand questions within your answers. If you need clarification, comment on the question instead.

  • Comments on Answers: If you have input on another answer, add a comment rather than posting a new answer that doesn't directly provide a solution.

  • Reference Other Questions Appropriately: While it's helpful to link to related questions or answers, avoid doing so in lieu of providing a direct answer. Use links to supplement your response with additional context or resources.

  • Provide Complete Answers: Rather than merely linking to external sources, include the solution or key information in your post. Links should support your answer, not replace it.

Guidelines for Providing Answers:

Stay On Topic and Focused: Answers should directly address the question asked without introducing new questions. If you believe the question needs clarification or expansion, use the comment feature rather than altering its original intent within your answer.

Avoid Answer Comments: If you wish to provide feedback on another answer, do so through comments. This helps maintain the clarity and integrity of each answer.

Useful Linking: Directing members to other questions for additional context or information is valuable, but please do this in the comments. When including links in your answer, ensure they supplement your explanation or solution, providing a richer understanding rather than serving as the sole content.

Provide Complete Solutions: While including external links for further reading or evidence is encouraged, your answer should independently offer a full solution or explanation. Links are a supplementary resource, not a substitute for content.

Refrain from Debates: Our community aims to be a resourceful and supportive environment. While discussions can provide depth, answers should not evolve into debates. Use the commenting feature for brief, constructive discussions.

Evidence-Based Claims: Especially pertinent to the cannabis industry, avoid making medical or health-related claims without credible evidence. It's crucial to back up such statements with research or official guidelines to maintain trust and accuracy.

Respect Community Ethics: Avoid promoting or endorsing practices that are unethical or illegal. Our community thrives on trust, respect, and legality.

Karma Points:

Participation is rewarded with karma points, reflecting the community's trust in your contributions. Points are gained through upvotes on your questions and answers, with a daily limit on how much can be earned per item.

Misleading or low-quality contributions may be downvoted, reducing your karma points. This system helps ensure that high-quality, informative, and relevant content is recognized.

Moderation Roles:

As you accumulate karma points, you may be entrusted with various moderation tasks, aligning with the community's trust in your judgment and expertise. This system is designed to empower active and knowledgeable members to maintain the quality and integrity of the forum.

Why can other people edit my questions/answers?

Community Editing: Enhancing Collective Knowledge

Our platform operates with a community-driven approach to content accuracy and reliability, much like a collaborative wiki. This means that both questions and answers can be edited by experienced members of our site. The primary goal is to refine and improve the overall quality of the knowledge base, making it a valuable resource for everyone interested in the cannabis industry.

Why Edit?

Clarify Questions and Answers: To make queries and responses clearer and more helpful for all users.

Update Information: Cannabis industry regulations, research findings, and best practices evolve; editing helps keep information current.

Correct Errors: To fix inaccuracies, be they related to legal aspects, medical advice, or industry standards.

Enhance Readability: Improving the format or grammar ensures information is easily digestible for all community members.

Karma Privileges:

Participation and positive contributions are rewarded with karma points, reflecting your reputation within the community. As your karma increases, so does your ability to engage in community editing, among other privileges. This system ensures that those with a demonstrated commitment to the community's well-being and a solid understanding of its focus areas have a greater influence on content quality.

Respecting the Community Ethos:

If the idea of collaborative editing doesn't align with your preferences, we ask for your understanding and respect for the community's mechanisms designed to foster a reliable and comprehensive knowledge base. This collective effort towards quality and accuracy is what makes our platform a trusted space for professionals, enthusiasts, and anyone seeking to deepen their understanding of cannabis and its related fields.

Privileges and Karma Levels:

The table below outlines the various user privileges and the corresponding karma levels required to unlock them. This progressive system ensures that editing and other moderating actions are performed by members who are not only knowledgeable but also invested in the welfare of the community.

Here a table with the privileges and the karma level