Three Wells Webinar – How Much CBD Should You Take with Dr. Debbie Unlisted

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Join physician and Three Wells’ medical advisor, Dr. Debbie Malka, as she discusses how much CBD and other cannabinoids to take for safe and effective use. In addition to sharing her 30+ years of knowledge, Dr. Debbie also answers questions from attendees so they can get the results they want from CBD and cannabinoids.

This webinar covers these topics and more:
What is CBD
What are cannabinoids
What are terpenes
What is THC
How they all work together
How they all affect our natural endocannabinoid system (ECS)
How much CBD is often taken
Microdosing
Papa & Barkley products and why they work well
Different methods of getting your CBD and other cannabinoids
What you could take, and how much is often taken for arthritis
What you could take, and how much is often taken for pain
PLUS, Dr. Debbie answers a host of other question from attendees

Visit Three Wells now for more info on CBD and cannabis: https://www.threewells.co/conditions

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About Three Wells’ Dr. Debbie
Deborah Malka MD, PhD is a physician specializing in cannabis medical consultations in the Central Coast of California. Prior to clinical practice, Dr. Debbie completed her PhD in Human Genetics from Columbia University, and studied both natural and traditional medicine, with degrees from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine and the Santa Fe College of Natural Medicine. She is both a clinician and an educator in this specialty. She has previously served as the medical director for MediCann Inc., a group of clinics providing medical marijuana evaluations in California, serving over 300,000 patients. She is currently the faculty director for an on-line CME accredited course in Clinical Cannabinoid Medicine sponsored by the Society of Cannabis Clinicians.

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