receive and sell
sharing knowledge or idea that one has learnt from someone or something
It is often used (slightly in a self-deprecating or humble way) to indicate that the idea/knowledge you’re sharing is borrowed from someone or something else. It is also used to criticise someone who shows off second-hand information/opinions as if they discovered or came up with them by themselves.
This is something I leant from the book I read yesterday, but gardening seems to be good for health.