By Simon LeachmoreThe questions are out there, the answers are coming, and the answers to these questions are coming soon.
The questions are for everyone who has ever tried to answer them, and they will be on sale on Amazon and the Big 4 TV channels on Saturday, October 16.
The questions have been developed by a team of experts from across the continent, with input from herbalists, researchers and others.
The team included:Sue Fenton, head of the herbal medicine department at the University of Melbourne; Daniel Smith, a professor of clinical chemistry at the Johns Hopkins University; and Simon Leachemore, chief executive of the Big4 TV production company.
They have asked some of the best herbalists in the world to answer questions on the history, medicinal properties, taste and how the products they make are made.
It’s a long and arduous process that has taken them nearly three years, and their answers have been translated into a number of languages.
The answers are available on the Big Four TV website, where they are available to buy now.
“It’s really interesting because the first thing we noticed was that people were asking about their experience of the products,” Ms Fenton said.
“There are some that are not particularly exciting, some that have really interesting flavours.
We wanted to give people a little taste of what’s out there and we hope that they’ll find it helpful.”
Some people are going to say, ‘This isn’t as good as my home-made stuff’.
I’ve had some people say, “This isn ‘the real deal’.”
We’ve seen a lot of good feedback on this, and some people are quite excited about what’s on offer.
“The thing that really stood out was the amount of information that people have been able to get on the product itself.”
People are just really keen to know what it is, where it came from and how it’s made.
“We hope people can understand what we’re trying to do with the information, and how they can use it.”
The Big4 will be broadcasting its show from the Australian Capital Territory, with the help of an international team of doctors, researchers, herbalists and chemists, who are making the data available to the public.
“I think that it’s really important to be able to share the information and get the feedback on it,” Ms Leachey said.
The Big 4 television production company is an Australian-owned global broadcaster that brings television to more than 1.2 billion people.
“With Big 4, we have the potential to be the most trusted brand in the medical cannabis space,” Ms Smith said.
“I really like the idea of bringing together the best of Australian and international knowledge, and making it accessible to the general public.”
The team have also been asked to create a website with information on the medicinal properties of the cannabis plant.
“One of the things that we have learned in the last few years is that medicinal properties are a little bit different to the ones you might associate with a plant,” Ms Lachey added.
“They’re not really known for what they are, and it’s a little more of a question mark that they’re really quite medicinal.”
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