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32 minutes | Apr 25, 2021
Episode 20: Marlena Tucker-Fishman
Follow Marlena’s business on Instagram! @zenbarnfarms Shop her website to check out her top-quality products: https://zenbarnfarms.com/ Ready to visit her restaurant and wellness center? Here’s the site: https://www.zenbarnvt.com/ In episode 20, Lindsey interviews amazing cannamom Marlena. She dives into her fascinating life in Vermont and how her business- Zenbarn Farms- has grown, plus her choices with cannabis throughout pregnancy and motherhood. Thank you for listening! Tune in every Sunday. Marlena mentions several times that she uses THC topicals for pain relief. They work similarly to CBD topicals like Cannabombz, interacting with your endocannabinoid system to provide localized relief. 1:43 If you’re looking for healthier ways to consume cannabis, we recommend trying tinctures, tea, or whole herb vaporizers. Remember that everybody is different, and it may take trial and error to find what works best for you. 13:48 Looking to craft your own CBD-infused food? Read how: https://www.cannabis-nb.com/learn/be-safe/safely-preparing-and-consuming-cannabis-infused-foods/ 25:41 Marlena mentioned cassava was part of her pain relief tincture. It comes with a multitude of health benefits, like reducing inflammation and pain relief. Read more: https://www.loopslu.com/content/10-health-benefits-cassava 27:00 Interested in learning about the native flute? Read a brief history: https://www.flutopedia.com/naf_history.htm 29:17 Lindsey mentions Yoga with Minelli- here’s her YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqonajGApvW9L7tdcOiYvlg
30 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
Episode 19: Jordana Zabitsky
Follow Jordana on Instagram! @mothersmary_jordana Check out her social enterprise Mothers Mary on Instagram for help navigating cannabis, mental health, and motherhood without guilt and shame: @mothersmary_hq In episode 19 of Cannamomz, Jordana shares how cannabis has made a huge difference in her life. She talks about how she was able to wean off multiple pharmaceuticals, maintain her health while pregnant, and how she came to create her social enterprise Mothers Mary to empower other cannamoms. Lindsey listens as she discusses her journey, and they chat about motherhood, parenting, stigma, and more! Thank you for the open ears- listen every Sunday. 1:31 PMDD is a premenstrual dysphoric disorder- a more serious form of PMS. It causes severe depression, anxiety, and other symptoms in the week or two before menstruation. 2:00 Jordana discusses how she was able to wean off of pharmaceuticals by using cannabis. Everybody is different, and every medication is different. Please consult with your doctor before making any changes in your medications, and fully inform yourself on using cannabis medicinally. 2:31 Dr. Melanie Drayer’s study on cannabis exposure and neonatal outcomes can be found here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/8121737/ 3:48 Symphysis pubis dysfunction is when the ligaments that are responsible for keeping your pelvic bone aligned get too relaxed before birth. This causes difficulty walking and wrenching pain. 13:37 Jordana mentions that her kids enjoy full spectrum terpenes. There are many companies that sell products with just terpenes- we encourage you to thoroughly look into them and ensure they are a reliable source before buying. This article breaks down some benefits of terpenes: https://enhancecbd.co.uk/blogs/cbd-for-beginners/what-are-the-benefits-of-flavonoids-and-terpenes
29 minutes | Apr 11, 2021
Episode 18: Bianca Snyder
Follow Bianca on Instagram! @highsocietymama Check out her website! https://societysplant.com In this episode, hemp farmer and business owner Bianca Snyder shares her personal experience with cannabis and growing it, plus discusses her love for smoking CBD. She explains how she has normalized cannabis around her son, her interactions with other parents, and other fascinating stories and facts. Thanks for listening- we appreciate your support! See you next Sunday! 5:18 Bianca mentions how she feels smoking CBD would help with the stress of early motherhood. According to various studies, smoking CBD can help with stress, inflammation, pain, cramps, nausea, and migraines, all of which are possible symptoms that arise from pregnancy and breastfeeding. 7:37 Bianca says she loves to blend THC and CBD flower. Here’s a helpful guide If you’re interested in learning more and/or trying it for yourself: https://greenunicornfarms.com/blog/cbd-thc-mixing-guide/ 12:35 Bianca mentions she believes smoking CBD is the most effective way to reap its benefits vs. ingesting it, and she’s right. Smoking more effectively delivers it to the body by increasing the bio-availability in the bloodstream and how quickly it’s absorbed. 12:51 Bianca states that your lungs are able to detox/cleanse themselves of a certain amount of smoke each day. While we couldn’t find an exact breakdown of that fact, we did find from the American Lung Association that the lungs are self-cleaning organs, meaning that once any pollutants or toxins aren’t being inhaled, the lungs begin to heal themselves right away. 14:47 Interested in silicone bongs? We recommend supporting your local smoke shop or finding a small business online! 15:15 Lindsey mentions Delta 8 flower, which is a psychoactive compound found from specific molecules in the cannabis plant, producing a slightly different high than classic THC. Shop it at https://www.smokeladyjays.com/ 15:45 Learn more about the ban on shipping vape products in the US: https://casaa.org/call-to-action/usps-vape-mail-ban-comment/ 23:10 Bianca mentions the legacy market, which is a term to describe the self-regulated cannabis market or “black” market.
35 minutes | Apr 4, 2021
Episode 17: Sabrina Rebolledo
Follow Sabrina on Instagram! @wholetmebeamom_ Keep in mind, this is her backup account since her original was taken down. In this episode, Lindsey connects with fellow pregnant cannamom, Sabrina. She shares her fascinating journey with cannabis and how she entered the industry, her pregnancy and cannabis use, why she is currently not consuming, and as always, so much more! Thanks for listening- catch a new episode every Sunday. 3:43 Sabrina mentions that THC sticks to fat, which is true. The more fat cells you have, the longer THC will remain in your body. Although, keep in mind- even if you have a very low body fat percentage, THC will still linger for a significant amount of time if you’re a frequent user. 8:34 Sabrina says she was using hemp wick to consume in order to avoid butane inhalation. This is a great alternative to butane and is also far better for the environment! 13:24 Check out Sabrina’s first article written for Cannabis Cactus magazine: https://cannabiscactus.com/a-mothers-view-on-cannabis/ 14:13 Errl Cup is a cannabis awards and festival for patient appreciation, dispensary accountability, and more cannabis-related education and fun. 18:18 Please note that this episode was recorded before Sabrina’s Instagram was taken down. Follow her backup account @wholetmebeamom_ 25:21 Lindsey and Sabrina discuss THC and breast milk. While no study has found THC will harm the baby, a new study did find that it can remain in the milk for up to six weeks. Keep in mind this was a small study- we encourage you to thoroughly read available information and consider other studies before coming to any conclusions. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/03/210308131719.htm#:~:text=In%20a%20new%20study%20published,American%20Academy%20of%20Pediatrics%2C%20the
43 minutes | Mar 28, 2021
Episode 16: Keira Fae Sumimoto
Follow Keira on Instagram! @cannabisandparenthood Follow her personal Instagram! @keirafae Visit her website for more answers to frequently asked questions, research, and cannamoms to follow: http://www.cannabisandparenthood.com/ In episode 16, Lindsey has the opportunity to chat with Keira, who runs an Instagram page and website with amazing resources for mothers interested in consuming cannabis while pregnant or breastfeeding. They get into it all- Keira’s personal cannabis journey, pregnancy, different consumption methods, research, stigma, and more! Thanks for listening- new episode every Sunday. 5:35 COPD is a chronic inflammatory condition of the lungs. The main cause of it is smoking tobacco, but people who don’t smoke can get it as well. As for cannabis, smoking it can irritate the condition, but has not been found to cause it. 13:28 Keira names the strain “Cannatonic”, which contains a 2:1 ratio of CBD:THC. Get all the info on Leafly: https://www.leafly.com/strains/cannatonic 14:04 Keira mentions she had a series on Weedmaps “Cooking with Keira”. Here’s one of her articles on making tinctures: https://weedmaps.com/news/2016/06/how-to-make-cannabis-tinctures/ 32:00 Lindsey and Keira discuss eating vs. smoking cannabis. When smoking, you inhale it directly into your lungs, and it’s absorbed into your bloodstream immediately. The process is different with edibles- the active compounds in cannabis are metabolized in the liver, and THC is change into 11-hydroxy-THC. This gives a more potent, long-lasting high. Learn more from Weedmaps: https://weedmaps.com/learn/products-and-how-to-consume/edibles-vs-smoking-consumption-methods 34:07 Lindsey references a doctor that speaks about dabs and pregnancy on the podcast Blunt Blowin’ Mamas. Find the podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blunt-blowin-mama-apple-podcast/id1461928514 36:28 Keira mentions white label CBD. This means that the product was produced by one company, and is then rebranded for resale purposes by another company.
41 minutes | Mar 21, 2021
Episode 15: Rebecca Wierman
Follow Rebecca Wierman on Instagram! @thisconsciousness Listen to her podcast, Creating Consciousness, on all podcast platforms. Book a session with her through her website: https://www.thisconsciousness.com/book-now In episode 15, we listen to a unique perspective on the cannabis industry from Rebecca- specifically about the corporate side. She gets into her personal experience with the plant, plus dives into her intuitive gifts, spiritual journey, and current business venture. To finish off their fascinating conversation, Rebecca gives Lindsey a tarot reading! 6:14 Rebecca says she had a “dark night of the soul experience”. This means that she felt separated from the Divine, lost, and disconnected. 11:40 Rebecca gives a great definition of shadow work, but if you’d like to dive deeper, give this article a read: https://medium.com/big-self-society/shadow-work-a-simple-guide-to-transcending-the-darker-aspects-of-the-self-e948ee285723 12:24 Swiss Psychiatrist Carl Jung was first to coin the concept of the “shadow”, or your shadow self. 25:13 Find the book Lindsey refers to “Signs: The Secret Language of the Universe” by Laura Lynne Jackson here: https://www.amazon.com/Signs-Language-Laura-Lynne-Jackson/dp/0399591591 25:40 The Netflix show that Rebecca discusses is called “Surviving Death” where Laura Lynne Jackson makes an appearance. 27:42 Purchase and/or learn about the Wayhome tarot deck: https://shopeverydaymagic.com/products/the-wayhome-tarot 47:48 Purchase and/or learn about Morgan’s tarot: https://magickplanet.com/products/morgans-tarot?variant=32060742631458¤cy=USD&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=google+shopping
19 minutes | Mar 14, 2021
Episode 14: Jamie Albertson
Follow Jamie on Instagram! @desert.hippy420 This week’s episode gives us insight into how cannabis has positively impacted Jamie and her family. She goes into detail on how her husband- a veteran with PTSD- has benefitted from the plant, and how it helps her own anxiety. Lindsey and Jamie talk about how best to expose kids to cannabis, parenting with cannabis, cannabinoids, strains, and so much more! As always, thanks for tuning in- new episodes every Sunday. 2:50 Jamie discusses how cannabis helps her husband- a veteran with PTSD. Check out this article from Forbes for some insightful information: https://www.forbes.com/sites/emilyearlenbaugh/2020/09/17/new-research-reveals-why-cannabis-helps-ptsd-sufferers/?sh=5d98edd6179a 3:41 Jamie mentions VA paperwork. It is a form for Veterans Disability. 6:04 Cannabis can be a huge help when it comes to anxiety, but be sure to do your research! Here’s a great guide from Leafly: https://www.leafly.com/news/health/how-to-use-medical-marijuana-for-anxiety 12:04 Don’t want to get high, but ready for the medicinal benefits? The plant is made up of multiple cannabinoids like THC (the one that makes you high), but not all of them have psychoactive effects. CBD, CBG, THCv… the list goes on, and all of them have unique benefits! Read more: https://wayofleaf.com/education/top-cannabinoids-and-what-they-do 17:19 For some users, high THC is not always the best option. Check out this article, and be sure to do your own research on what strains, strengths, and cannabinoids will work best for you: https://www.leafly.com/news/industry/high-thc-flower-dominates-cannabis-market
34 minutes | Mar 7, 2021
Episode 13: Britney Aumiller
Follow Britney on Instagram! @thebusyboymama In our 13th episode, Lindsey gets to know Britney, discussing her work with autistic children and the amazing benefits CBD provides for her son with sensory processing disorder and developmental delay. They also chat about Britney’s personal use of cannabis and how it’s helped her anxiety, plus relate on their own experiences with parenting, smoking, and dance! We hope you love the episode- tune in every Sunday. 3:41 Britney says one of her client’s siblings struggles with seizures, and cannabis is a huge help. There’s some really interesting research on cannabis and epilepsy- read more from the Epilepsy Foundation: https://www.epilepsy.com/learn/treating-seizures-and-epilepsy/other-treatment-approaches/medical-marijuana-and-epilepsy 8:17 Britney chats about her journey to becoming a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst in Arizona. If you’d like more info on that career path, read here: https://study.com/articles/Become_a_Certified_Behavior_Analyst_Education_and_Career_Roadmap.html 9:16 Britney mentions she microdoses cannabis! This means taking small doses of THC throughout the day. Microdosing can be beneficial for those that seek the medical benefits of THC but are not interested in the high. 19:52 Polycystic ovarian syndrome, otherwise known as PCOS, is a condition that affects hormone levels. It causes issues such as irregular periods, difficulty getting pregnant, ovarian cysts, and other possible symptoms.
39 minutes | Feb 28, 2021
Episode 12: Christina Forbrich
Follow Christina on Instagram! @thecanncierge Visit her website: thecanncierge.com In this episode, Christina shares her personal experience with cannabis and how she began working in the industry. Lindsey and Christina get into research, the lack of scientifically sound studies, how Christina handles the spread of misinformation and unwelcome comments, plus so much more! Thanks for tuning in- new episodes every Sunday. 3:40 Cold start dabs are done with a rig and banger, but instead of heating your banger before you put your dab in, you heat a pre-loaded nail. 7:49 Israel has become a leader in cannabis research! We encourage you to check out the many studies available online. Read this article to learn more: https://www.greenentrepreneur.com/article/332807 8:38 UC San Diego received $4.7 million to fund cannabis research. Pretty amazing, huh?! Read more about what the funding will support: https://wholistic.org/news/uc-san-diego-receives-4-7m-gift-for-medical-cannabis-research/#:~:text=The%20%244.7%20million%20gift%20to,research%20in%20the%20United%20States. 21:46 There have been studies that link Zofran to birth defects. They include The Anderson Study, a study from the New England Journal of Medicine, and a CDC and Sloan Epidemiology Report. 23:13 Interested in the Grow Sciences rosin pen Lindsey mentions? Find it here: https://growsciences.com/rosin/ 25:20 Lindsey and Christina reference Puffco- a brand that makes a popular smart rig. Find it here: https://www.puffco.com/products/the-peak 26:12 Christina discusses chemotypes and how they will change the way we classify cannabis. We recommend keeping up with Christina on her website and social media to stay updated on her developing research! In the meantime, here’s a helpful article: https://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/article/chemotype-classification-how-science-is-changing-the-way-the-industry-describes-cannabis-varieties/#:~:text=This%20chemotype%20refers%20to%20cannabis,mystery%20within%20the%20cannabis%20market. 26:28 Sun-grown and indoor-grown cannabis both have pros and cons. While they may smell and look different, both can produce desirable traits! Here’s some more info: https://ecocannabis.net/indoor-vs-outdoor-cannabis-for-potency-terpenes-and-flavor-which-is-better/ 29:45 Lindsey mentions Cannabombz uses full-spectrum CBD. Contrary to CBD isolate, full-spectrum includes all of the compounds in the plant, providing greater benefits.
24 minutes | Feb 21, 2021
Episode 11: Kirstyn Morris
Follow Kirstyn on Instagram! @kirstyn_blaked Follow her photography account! @kirstynblakephoto In this episode, Lindsey chats with her new Cannabombz assistant, Kirstyn! They discuss life as cannamoms, Kirstyn’s struggle to leave her strict home state of Iowa with her twins due to a paraphernalia charge, why she uses cannabis, traveling with cannabis, and more. Thanks for listening! New episodes every Sunday. Cannabis legality in Iowa is discussed. Here’s information on the laws and penalties: https://norml.org/laws/iowa-penalties-2/ 1:20 Kirstyn talks about how she introduced her twins to Cannabis through a video that showed how it helped a baby struggling with seizures. There is now an FDA-approved treatment called Epidiolex- a plant-based formulation of CBD- used to treat seizures. Learn more about how cannabis is being used and studied to treat epilepsy: https://www.epilepsy.com/learn/treating-seizures-and-epilepsy/other-treatment-approaches/medical-marijuana-and-epilepsy 14:00 Lindsey and Kirstyn chat about bringing Cannabis along on their domestic flights. Keep in mind that this is their personal experience, they are not recommending anyone to do so, and flying with cannabis is unfortunately still illegal. Do so at your own risk. 14:58 Kirstyn mentions having her palms wiped in the airport. From what the TSA has shared, this is actually not to detect drugs but to collect explosives residue for testing. Often times, this is simply a random test, or may be performed due to the detection of glycerine- an ingredient sometimes found in soaps and lotions.
17 minutes | Feb 14, 2021
Episode 10: Margarita Ramos
In this episode, Lindsey listens as Margarita describes her husband’s unexpected deportation back to Mexico and how she’s been coping. They of course chat about cannabis and kids, and Lindsey learns more about Margarita’s small business! Follow Margarita on Instagram! @cannamomscan Check out her business on Instagram @cannacreationsaz and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Local-Service/Canna-Creations-104441014597133/ Deportation is an ongoing concern in the United States, and there is a lot to be learned. We encourage everyone to educate themselves on the issues and the process. Here is one helpful source to stay updated: https://www.natlawreview.com/article/immigration-weekly-round-children-deported-to-haiti-central-american-asylum 3:21 Rocky point is also known as Puerto Peñasco. It’s located on the northwest coast of Mexico. 7:24 Lindsey mentions Donald Trump when discussing immigration and deportation. Read this helpful article to learn more about his impact: https://www.thebalance.com/donald-trump-immigration-impact-on-economy-4151107
34 minutes | Feb 7, 2021
Episode 9: Emily Kyle
Follow Emily on Instagram! @emilykylenutrition For all of her articles, tips, recipes, her “Cannabis Compass” course, and more, visit her website: https://emilykylenutrition.com/ 1:03 For more information on being a Holistic Cannabis Practitioner and how to begin your training, click here: https://holisticcannabisacademy.com/ 5:12 Emily says that she has a hemp growers permit in New York. Learn more about the industrial hemp pilot program in NY: https://agriculture.ny.gov/industrial-hemp 8:21 Lindsey mentions that she uses a Volcano- you can purchase it here: https://www.storz-bickel.com/en-us/catalog/product/view/id/26 11:11 Emily says she obtained her medical card through an online service. There are multiple options when it comes to obtaining your medical card, and they vary by state. We recommend either talking with your current physician, finding a cannabis-friendly doctor in your area, or finding a resource online you can ensure is trustworthy with certified physicians available. 18:21 Check out Emily’s books, all available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Emily-Kyle-MS-RDN-CDN-CLT/e/B07K6Q6QH3?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2&qid=1612656612&sr=8-2 21:31 According to weedmaps.com, a clone is defined as “A cannabis plant that is a genetic copy of the mother plant. When obtained from a reputable breeder, a clone is a young female cannabis plant with stable genetics. Growers typically select to raise clones instead of seeds when they would rather not risk getting a plant that’s male or with poor characteristics”. 21:50 Having a female cannabis plant is essential to growing the top-quality cannabis that we all know and love. Leafly has great information on feminized seeds, as well as growing in general: https://www.leafly.com/news/growing/what-are-feminized-cannabis-seeds
26 minutes | Jan 31, 2021
Episode 8: Arend Richard
Follow Arend on Instagram: @arendrichard Follow on Twitter: @arendlovesyou Purchase his new book “Being Found” at https://beingfoundbook.com/ OR on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Being-Found-Arend-Richard/dp/B08N1M58VG Check out TheWeedTube, a safe platform for cannabis creators co-founded by Arend: https://www.theweedtube.com/ Listen to his Podcast “Fun2Speculate” on all podcast platforms! Download TheWeedTube app on your smartphone! 1:31 According to rarediseases.org, “Mastocytosis is a rare disorder characterized by abnormal accumulations of mast cells in the skin, bone marrow, and internal organs”. 3:22 The disease is very rare- it affects fewer than 200,000 people in the United States at any given time. 24:00 Arend mentions his new series on TheWeedTube called “Stoner Thoughts”, out now! Check out his channel: https://www.theweedtube.com/user/ArendRichard
40 minutes | Jan 24, 2021
Episode 7: Kelley Bruce
Visit the Cannamommy website, cannamommy.org, to book an appointment with the clinic, access resources, or learn more about volunteering. 0:42 The US capital building was stormed by far right rioters on January 6th. For updates, click here: https://abcnews.go.com/alerts/us-capitol-breach 7:30 Kelley was correct in saying that “laughing gas” is formally known as nitrous, or nitrous oxide. 7:46 Kelley mentions a study where cannabis and opioids were compared for chronic pain. Read here: https://www.practicalpainmanagement.com/meeting-summary/cannabinoids-versus-opioids-chronic-pain-care 9:48 Kelley references studies done on how stress affects pregnancy. March of Dimes provides information here: https://www.marchofdimes.org/complications/stress-and-pregnancy.aspx#:~:text=Stress%20may%20lead%20to%20high,you%20respond%20to%20certain%20situations. 14:48 Kelley mentions the company Tokeativity. It’s “the global feminist community for active cannabis culture”. Visit their website: https://tokeativity.com/about/ 17:55 Lindsey discusses The Cannabis Doula aiding her in her first pregnancy. This organization supports women consuming cannabis as medicine during and after pregnancy. Follow them on Instagram @thecannabisdoula. Follow Lindsey’s personal doula @thecannadoula.
28 minutes | Jan 17, 2021
Episode 6: Alyssa Escobedo
Follow Alyssa on Instagram! @escosigns 3:19 Alyssa mentions 23andMe, which is an at home DNA insight kit. Learn more on their website: https://www.23andme.com/?nyh=nomo&ban=fhht 14:50 Lindsey and Alyssa talk about legalization just passing in their state. They both live in Arizona, where a bill to legalize recreational cannabis use was passed in November. 24:19 Alyssa says that 30mg for someone of a higher tolerance is the suggested dose. According to Leafly, a trusted Cannabis resource, she’s correct. See Leafly’s edibles dosing chart: https://www.leafly.com/news/cannabis-101/cannabis-edibles-dosage-guide-chart 24:39 Lindsey says that THC tinctures absorb faster versus other forms of Cannabis ingestion. She is correct according to this source: https://profofpot.com/tinctures-vs-edibles-thc-absorption/ 26:28 Lindsey states that cannabis can help prevent cancer. Scientists have reported that THC and other cannabinoids may help slow the growth rate of cancer cells, and even cause death of those cells. Get the facts at cancer.org: https://www.cancer.org/treatment/treatments-and-side-effects/complementary-and-alternative-medicine/marijuana-and-cancer.html
40 minutes | Jan 10, 2021
Episode 5: Annie MacEachern
Follow Annie on Instagram! @anniewithintention Here is a helpful source for information on Cannabis laws and regulations in Canada: https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/drugs-medication/cannabis/laws-regulations.html 2:31 Annie discusses radiation when growing Cannabis in Canada. It’s called “irradiation treatment”, and you can learn more about the harm it’s doing to micro growers here: https://mugglehead.com/how-a-wave-of-irradiation-could-hurt-canadian-micro-producers/ 3:04 Lindsey gave an accurate description of the medical card laws in Arizona. 9:06 1 US dollar is 1.27 Canadian dollars. 9:55 Annie mentions an excise tax, which are are taxes required on specific goods or services like cannabis, fuel, tobacco, and alcohol. · 11:32 Lindsey mentions driving in Arizona with a medical marijuana card. Read here for information on regulations for cardholders in AZ: https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona/2015/12/14/arizona-marijuana-laws-facts-myths/75481296/ 12:38 Annie discussed being allergic to Cannabis has a name. While It doesn’t seem to have one single name, it can cause a variety of different reactions, depending on what part of the plant one is allergic to. Read more on Leafly: https://www.leafly.com/news/health/a-guide-to-cannabis-allergies-and-symptoms 29:35 Annie mentions @cannabombz, @themommyjane, and @cannabisandparenthood on IG as recommended pregnancy and cannabis resources. 32:08 14:38 The D.A.R.E program mentioned is an anti-drug campaign they brought/bring into schools which also demonizes cannabis. Many believe the campaign was a failure, here’s why: https://www.vox.com/2014/9/1/5998571/why-anti-drug-campaigns-like-dare-fail 33:40 Annie says that Gen z’s alcohol consumption is significantly lower than millennials.
33 minutes | Jan 3, 2021
Episode 4: Mikayla Munter
Follow Mikayla on Instagram! @medicatedd.mamaa 11:00 Mikayla mentions Lindsey’s pain salve, you can purchase it here: https://www.cannabombz.com/other-cbd-topicals 11:40 The “Volcano” mentioned is a popular vaporizer used to consume cannabis. Vaporizers are often thought to be a healthier way to consume cannabis. See the science behind why: https://volteface.me/feature/vaping-weed-healthier-smoking-according-science/ You can learn more about the Volcano and purchase your own here: https://www.storz-bickel.com/en-us/catalog/product/view/id/26 12:50 Lindsey mentions the statistic of how after 12 weeks of pregnancy, the chance of losing the baby goes down 40%. You can find information on miscarriage statistics here: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/322634 14:18 Lindsey mentions driving in Arizona with a medical marijuana card. Read here for information on regulations for cardholders in AZ: https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona/2015/12/14/arizona-marijuana-laws-facts-myths/75481296/ 14:38 The D.A.R.E program mentioned is an anti-drug campaign they brought/bring into schools which also demonizes cannabis. Many believe the campaign was a failure, here’s why: https://www.vox.com/2014/9/1/5998571/why-anti-drug-campaigns-like-dare-fail 25:27 Lindsey and Mikayla mention these companies, here are their IG handles: @abelsworkshop @mollypopalternative @aromafy_living
38 minutes | Dec 27, 2020
Episode 3: Ashley Manta
Follow Ashley Manta on Instagram: @cannasexual Purchase her book “The CBD Solution: Sex” here: https://www.amazon.com/Merry-Janes-CBD-Solution-Cannabis/dp/1452177910 Find her courses “Dirty Talk” and “Handy Skills” here: elevatedintimacy.com Listen to her “Elevated Intimacy” podcast on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google or visit elevatedintimacypodcast.com 3:00 Find the Cannabis Tracking Template by signing up on Ashley’s website: cannasexual.com 6:50 The episode of Elevated Intimacy Podcast Lindsey refers to is “Ep 22 – Boundaries Boot Camp w/ Harker Roslin” 14: 56 Ashley’s “In Defense of the Hand Job” Playboy article: https://www.playboy.com/read/in-defense-of-the-hand-job 15:00 Here is the Ease article “Let’s toke about sex”: https://www.eaze.com/article/eaze-insights-sex-cannabis-marijuana-weed-orgasm-intimacy 18:21 Ashley’s Cannabis Q&A on Playboy: https://www.playboy.com/read/playboy-advisor-weed-sex 23:29 Shop Cannabombz lube: https://www.cannabombz.com/product-page/lube *DISCLAIMER* Cannamomz is for entertainment purposes only and is not suitable for people under the age of 18. Any information spoken about is not a substitute for medical or professional advice.*
40 minutes | Dec 20, 2020
Episode 2: Jade Daniels
Support Jade’s Business, Ladies of Paradise! Follow them on Instagram @ladiesofparadise @smokeladyjays and visit their website: https://www.ladiesofparadise.com/ Check out co-owner Harlee Case’s band on Instagram: @newconstellationsmusic 2:29: Lindsey refers to “MJBizcon”, which Is an annual convention in Las Vegas (pre-COVID). It’s a networking opportunity for all working in the canna industry and includes showcases, forums, events, and more. Check out their website: https://mjbizconference.com/vegas/?utm_medium=learnmorelink&utm_source=mjbizcon&utm_campaign=standardbizcon&utm_content=mainurl 25:28 We’ve all heard of CBD, but Lindsey and Jade discuss CBG and CBN. All are different cannabinoids found in cannabis. CBN is most effective as a sleep aid, and CBG has been found to help with ocular pain and headaches. Learn more with this helpful guide: https://www.thefarmacysb.com/cannabinoids-cbn-cbg-cbc/# 26:26 Arizona has recently legalized recreational cannabis use by passing Prop 207. As of November 30, 2020, it is legal to possess and consume cannabis. Here’s more information on regulations: https://azmarijuana.com/arizona-medical-marijuana-news/when-can-people-legally-buy-cannabis-in-arizona/ *DISCLAIMER* Cannamomz is for entertainment purposes only and is not suitable for people under 18. Any information spoken about is not a substitute for medical or professional advice.
37 minutes | Dec 12, 2020
Episode 1: Matthew Kazmierczak
*DISCLAIMER* Cannamomz is for entertainment purposes only and is not suitable for people under 18. Any information spoken about is not a substitute for medical or professional advice. Episode 1 Notes: 6:35 – Many claim that no one gets high the first time they use Cannabis. Lindsey disagrees, and she’s correct! It depends on a variety of factors including hormones, height/weight, whether or not a person consumes it properly, and more. Visit this blog article to read more: https://potguide.com/blog/article/first-time-smoking-weed-why-didnt-i-get-high/ 25:10 Here is some information on the study from Nature Medicine journal Lindsey mentions: “Crucially, the research does not prove that cannabis use during pregnancy causes autism, only that there is an association between the two factors. It also does not delve into how much cannabis was consumed by the expectant mothers, how often or at what stage of pregnancy” Source: https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/new-study-finds-association-between-cannabis-use-during-pregnancy-and-autism-1.5057992 If you’d like to read the initial journal article, you can access it here: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41591-020-1002-5 31:40 Anecdotal evidence, according to Merriam-Webster dictionary, is defined as: “evidence in the form of stories that people tell about what has happened to them” 32:44 Lindsey is referring to a study done in Jamaica, where the conclusion was that “The absence of any differences between the exposed on non-exposed groups in the early neonatal period suggest that the better scores of exposed neonates at 1 month are traceable to the cultural positioning and social and economic characteristics of mothers using marijuana that select for the use of marijuana but also promote neonatal development” (source: https://cannavistmom.wordpress.com/2017/04/21/that-one-jamaican-study/). Here is a link to the original study: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/8121737/ 34:48 Lindsey’s interview with Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/lindseybartlett/2020/09/22/tiktok-is-a-valuable-tool-for-cbd-companies-heres-why/?sh=27907fd65409
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