In partnership, CBDistillery (Denver, CO) and Releaf App have announced that they are recruiting 1,000 volunteers to conduct two studies to evaluate the efficacy of hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) and cannabinol (CBN) in assisting participants with their stress and sleep, as potential alternatives to over-the-counter and prescription medicines.
CBDistillery will provide participants, at no cost in the stress study, a 1,000 mg Isolate CBD Oil and a 1,000 mg Broad Spectrum CBD Oil. Participants in sleep study will receive at no cost Extra Strength CBN + CBD (300 mg CBN + 900 mg CBD) tincture.
Participants in these studies, known as Pathfinder Missions, will use the Releaf App to answer a series of questions for 30 or 60 consecutive days in order to measure their dosage and overall experience using CBDistillery products.
The Pathfinder Missions are currently enrolling individuals on a first come basis until 500 eligible participants are enrolled for each study. Individuals interested in participating can visit releaf.at/cbdistillerypf to learn more, determine their eligibility and sign up.
This is the first two of eight Pathfinder Missions, the remaining six will be made available later in 2021.
“We are excited about joining forces with the Releaf App team because they have uniquely established themselves as a streamlined research service provider with exceptional customer service,” said Tony Schwartz, CBDistillery’s director of affiliate and strategic partnerships. “The opportunity to work with Releaf App as a technology and data provider to identify groundbreaking insights that has the potential to help millions of Americans in effectively addressing their stress and sleep issues is really exciting.”
“CBD brands often struggle to collect real-time, data-backed product insights from their customers,” said Keenan Keeling, CEO of MoreBetter Ltd. (Hyattsville, MD), the company behind Releaf App. “We are excited to help Balanced Health Botanicals collect meaningful data in pursuit of their commitment to advance customer education and improve product innovation.”