The Medical Pot Guide
About This Show
The Medical Pot Guide Podcast's mission is to provide the latest news and information in the world of medical cannabis through in-depth conversations with the top doctors, scientists, and experts in the field of medical cannabis as well as people sharing their own stories about how medical cannabis has changed their lives.
Most Recent Episode
36: Sage Amdahl shares her techniques & advice from 20 years of making medical cannabis & treating people with glaucoma, cancer, & many other medical conditions.
In episode 36, I am very honored to have Sage Amdahl, as my guest on the medical pot guide. I really think you will love this interview as it is filled with great tips and advice for all of you who want to make your own medicine along with excellent advice on how to treat many of the conditions that you may be struggling with. Sage is the CEO of Sage Advice LLC and has helped thousands of people dealing with a variety of conditions such as cancer, Crohn’s disease, diabetes, arthritis, IBS, anxiety, PTSD, lupus, Lyme's disease, glaucoma, seizure disorders, and dementia. Sage has over 20 years experience in the field of cannabis therapy recipe creation where she has successfully combined her knowledge of medical cannabis with her love of culinary science, medicinal herbs, and essential oils. Sage has successfully treated her own glaucoma, with the help of cannabis edibles. Sage is a treasure and has a wealth of information about medical cannabis and shares many golden nuggets of advice in this value-laden interview. In this interview Sage answers the following questions: Will you share your story of how you became interested in medical cannabis by treating yourself with medical cannabis. How do you recommend people treat their own glaucoma? It seems to me one of the stumbling blocks for many people is that glaucoma is best treated with cannabis when there is a consistent level of cannabis in your system, yet many people do not want to be high all the time. How would you address this issue? You list in your bio that you’re an independent researcher for medical cannabis. Will you tell us about that? What do you think is the biggest misconception that people have about medical cannabis? Hint ... decarboxylation! You have a lot of experience with pairing therapeutic herbs with cannabis. Can you share with us you’re your most effective pairings and how you use them? Let’s talk about carrier oils. What they are, why they are important, and what should we know about them? What are your favorite medical cannabis strains? why, and for what? Do you ever use raw cannabis in your treatments? What Is your approach or protocol for dosing? What tips do you have for people who are making and using edibles? You’ve worked with many people who are fi