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MsWeedwiki SPEAKS Podcast - An ongoing journey of education in cannabis. Normalizing cannabis use.
48 minutes | Jun 6, 2021
“You gotta get in where you fit in” discussing the transition from legacy to legal weed with brand wizard Shooks Dynamo aka Shaka Wright
For our 31st episode I was joined by the amazingly charismatic Shaka Wright aka Shooks Dynamo. Shooks is a self-professed ganja baby who comes from a long line of cannabis dealers in Jamaica. Growing up around weed meant he had a very normalized view of cannabis which has followed him throughout life. “Half of my crew got their names off of something that happened when we were high” In this discussion we learned about Shooks’ early days of distributing cannabis and you might be surprised to hear how vividly he remembers the very first time he got high. Having grown up watching his dad and uncles running cannabis, Shooks described the time police came to arrest his dad for dealing and the impact it made on his life thereafter. “I saw how convictions changed a lot of peoples’ lives” When legalization arrived, he knew he had to get into the cannabis game however the Canadian emerging industry didn’t make it easy. He applied literally everywhere and started to question his value until a glance in his junk folder changed things for the better. “I wanna see these big players, I wanna see everybody get their returns and get out the way so that we can see the real growers” “I wanna bring pride back into growing” Today Shooks works for an LP promoting several different brands throughout Ontario's cannabis retailers. He also does brand consulting and marketing promotion on the side. You can find Shooks and his company Shooks Dynamo Marketing on Instagram at @shooksdynamo and @ganjababy.420 “I used to be so discreet. Now? I’m boasty as shit, if you could smell YOU COULD TELL” #summerof93 #boysofsummer #howtosellweed #crackgamerapgame #jool #buildingrelationships #cannavolve #LambsBreath #legalweeddealer #cannabisinOntario #BlackCannabisinCanada #socialequity #thereisnosocialequityprogram #cannabisincanada #jayzfans #hiphopandcannabis #flow935 #spexdaboss If you enjoyed this episode, please don't forget to hit "SUBSCRIBE" and share it with your friends! Send us your feedback as well as any suggestions of future guests you would like us to explore together. Visit www.afrocannadabudsistas for this kind of content and MORE.
62 minutes | May 30, 2021
"I began to find my power" a conversation with legacy CannaQueen Miz D (Danielle Jackson)
I'm thrilled to be joined by a such a powerhouse pioneer in the Canadian canna-tourism space for our THIRTIETH episode. Miz D is a not only a long time cannabis enthusiast, but she’s been a Vancouver-based cannabis educator, activist and consultant for decades. Having used cannabis since 1977, we learn extensively about the challenges and obstacles she’s faced as a Black woman using cannabis in western Canada in the 70s & 80s. Our listeners can expect to hear about both the bitter and sweet of Miz D’s cannabis journey. From her early days as a street kid in Vancouver, to hitchhiking across the country, you can just imagine the types of characters, and situations she would encounter in her efforts to secure cannabis during its prohibition. Her past careers include managing casinos on cruise lines, certified hypnotherapist and she’s also a reggae musician. “I feel the approach is what creates the problem” Miz D shares with us her thoughts on what Canada did wrong in their federal legalization process and current reality. We also learn of how she entered the cannabis industry in the previously nonexistent cannatourism market. Miz D is a true pioneer in the medical canna-tourism field and is currently in the Yucatan Mexico. “Cannabis was a therapeutic tool, whether your intention or not was to use it that way” While often dubbed the CannaQueen of Canada, Miz D also embraces her Stoner Chick culture fully. Our discussion really allows the listeners to hear about the importance of embracing the culture of cannabis when using the plant. When a neurological condition caused her to have to leave her career at sea, she began to look at what entrepreneurship looked like. She took things she was passionate about, like holistic wellness and combined it with her love for travel and cannabis. “My kids and grandkids have a different upbringing with cannabis, it’s normal for them” You can find Miz D and her cannabis tourism company Canna Travel Life on social media at Instagram @Dvibz Twitter @Dvibz Clubhouse @Dvibz www.dvibz.com If you enjoyed this episode, please don't forget to hit "SUBSCRIBE" and share it with your friends! Send us your feedback as well as any suggestions of future guests you would like us to explore together. Visit www.afrocannadabudsistas for this kind of content and MORE. #cannabiseducation #cannabisincanada #globalcitizen #clusterheadaches #purplespacecookies #BCgrown #BCweed #Vancouveryouth #VanCitycannabis #MeridaMexico #Mexicancannabislegalization #cannatravellife #mycannatherapy #mizDvibz #smithfallsresort #cannatourism #cannabiswithintention #stonerchic #OGstonergirl #CannaQueen #legacycannabisowner #legacycannabis #clusterheadaches #cannabisforneuropathicpain #Canadiancannabislegalization #problemiswiththeapproach
51 minutes | May 23, 2021
“I feel that I’m fluent in duck” a conversation with Bobby Sharma of the Big Sharm Show
For my 29th podcast episode I was joined by the amazing cannabis enthusiast, fitness personal trainer, media personality and host of the Bigg Sharm Show on the Clubhouse App: Bobby Sharma. It seems only fitting that Bobby’s cannabis journey literally started over 1500 miles away from his Scarborough, Ontario home, on a high school spring break trip in Daytona Beach, Florida. As a long time media personality & talk show host, Bobby is such an interesting guest who’s authentic about his cannabis experiences and growth. His love of hip hop, NBA basketball and passion for adventure and learning makes both talking and listening to him, tremendous fun. Some examples of where our topics included WHO he would smoke with if he had the chance. One of my favourite discoveries in our episode was learning how Bobby wakes & bakes each morning by a local neighborhood pond with an amazing regular smoke buddy, a duck.Bobby Sharma can be found on Clubhouse, in the Big Sharm Show Club which features the popular Big Sharm Show’s Weed Wednesdays on Wednesday nights at 10pm. On this show you’ll hear all kinds of crazy cool things – so make sure to check it out! Bobby can also be found on IG @thebiggsharmshow If you enjoyed this episode, please don't forget to hit "SUBSCRIBE" and share it with your friends! Send us your feedback as well as any suggestions of future guests you would like us to explore together. Visit www.afrocannadabudsistas for this kind of content and MORE. #cellulosepapers #cellulosejoints #slowburningpaper #cypresshill #glasstipfilters #cannabisconnaisseur #bougiedoobies #weedwednesdays #cypresshillglass #breal #westcoasthiphop #snoopdogg #snoopsbluntroller #professionalbluntroller #terpenes #freetheterpenes #joeydiaz #ctvnetwork #fitnesstrainer #fitnessgoals #cannabisandfitness
35 minutes | May 16, 2021
"That's your healing calling" discussing multi-generational medical cannabis use in Florida with Nikki Rouse
For our 28th episode we were joined by Nikki Rouse, not only a fellow Budsista, but also a photographer, cannabis patient and doula-in-training. She’s also a mentor/facilitator of the all-women online community called The Porch. During our discussion we learned about Nikki’s journey in cannabis which started as a sort of family undertaking when her son first approached her as a teenager about his cannabis use while self-medicating for anxiety. Those early discussions led to deciding as a family to pursue obtaining their medical cannabis cards and Niki describes the family affair of collectively going to their scheduled clinic appointments. While getting medical cards for three generations of family members was a somewhat easy decision to come to, obtaining them brought along its own challenges. For example, when Nikki’s mom became a medical cannabis patient, her healthcare providers elected to reduce her chronic pain medications without consulting her or providing alternative options. Listeners will also learn about Nikki’s work in photography and her passion for learning about becoming a birth and transition doula and her amazing plans to integrate the two. NOTED QUOTES “Personally for me it was a re-education” “As a young Black man, I didn’t want him getting weed from anyone and having interactions with police. I did not want that for him” “It became a family healing journey” “We’re rationalizing something that isn’t normal, racial trauma” “The doctors were like ‘if you don’t like you can find another doctor’” “Cannabis makes you re-prioritize time” “If it draws you to it, that’s your healing calling” You can find Nikki Rouse on Instagram @sitbreathesip and on the website www.theporch.xyz If you enjoyed this episode, please don't forget to hit "SUBSCRIBE" and share it with your friends! Send us your feedback as well as any suggestions of future guests you would like us to explore together. Visit www.afrocannadabudsistas for this kind of content and MORE. #medicalcannabispatients #patientsneedtomatter #medicalcannabisinFlorida #daytonabeachcannabis #orlandomedicalcannabis #howtogetyourmedicalcannabiscard #cannabisinFlorida #indicahybridgirl #ninepoundhammer #strainoftheday #fueledbyTHC #cannabisforanxiety #cannabisforchronicpain #cannabisforpainmanagement #painmanagement #cannabiseducation #medicalcannabisadvocacy #thePorch #seeyouonThePorch
34 minutes | May 9, 2021
“There’s a ritual to smoking a spliff” discussing joint-rolling & navigating the Weed Man with entrepreneur Erica Edwards.
I’m really glad I was able to get together with my fellow Budsista and long-time cannabis smoker Erica Edwards. In discussing her journey listeners hear firsthand the challenges that so many Black women faced when using cannabis, such as securing cannabis safely AND being able to find reliable product. “Navigating the weed man was I would say a big challenge” Since legalization in Canada women can now not only grow their own cannabis plants for personal use but we can also walk into dispensaries and make our own purchases instead of relying solely on the long-fabled Weed Man. “One of the best things that happened was when my weed man was a woman” Our discussion together allowed us to reflect on how significantly male-dominated cannabis sources and spaces have been in our community and how this can now change following legalization. In addition we learned about what inspires her on her various entrepreneurial businesses such as her cannabis pre-roll company Diva Dose and Embellished Dreams. “The things we do are often ghetto or marginalized until white people do them” “There’s a ritual to smoking a spliff” “Diva Dose was started because I love fancy things, I love beautiful things but I also love practical.” You can find Erica Edwards on Instagram: @the_ericae @embellisheddreams @divadose Erica Edwards can also be found on Facebook.If you enjoyed this episode, please don't forget to hit "SUBSCRIBE" and share it with your friends! Send us your feedback as well as any suggestions of future guests you would like us to explore together. Visit www.afrocannadabudsistas for this kind of content and MORE.#budsistas #afrocannadabudistas #msweedwiki #theericaedwardsshow #divadose #embellisheddreams #blackwomenandcannabis #blackwomenincannabs #cannabisincanada #blackwomenandmentalhealth #womenbosses #bossmoms #entrepreneurs #blackentrepreneurs #fueledbyTHC #sherbertmints #indica #sativa #howtoroll #rollingjoints #rollingblunts #spliffrollers #getyouawomandealer #buyweedfromwomen #growyourowncannabis #cannabisautonomy #budsistasrollingcontest #womenrollspliffstoo #growingwithnatalie #prettythings #blingandthings #embellishedspliffs #cannabisdivapacks #cannabisweddings #cannabacheloretteparties #cannabisthemedevents #premiumweedprerolls
22 minutes | May 2, 2021
"I was looking for alternative ways to partake" with reiki healer & herbal tea company owner Tianna Brown
For our 26th episode I was pleased to be join by cannabis enthusiast, reiki healer and owner of the Autumn Sky tea company Tianna Brown We discussed Tianna’s journey with cannabis and how becoming a mother prompted her to alter the way she consumed. While smoking is still her favourite way to consume, she also enjoys drinking her cannabis by incorporating it with her artisanal tea blends. Her favourite herbs to smoke and steep as tea include damiana, lavender, passionflower and rose. Tianna is a mother, wife, reiki healer and while the pandemic has certainly had its impact, she’s become a pretty good cook and has mastered a way to infuse my favourite Moxies dessert: the white chocolate brownie. You can find Tianna on Instagram @autumnskyreiki And via her website: www.autumnskyco.ca currently offering (4) herbal tea blends: Let it Go Spice it Up Midday Stimulate your Mind #Blackwomenincannabis #reikihealer #womenincannabis #howyoublendyourtea #blendedherbs #artisanalteas #teaandcannabis #OGKush #lavenderanddamiana #damiana #raspberryleaftea #autumnskyco #msweedwiki #wearebudsistas #blendedteas #howyoudrinkcannabis #yeswesmoke #cannabisandwellness #cannabisandreiki #weedinLondon #beedicigarettes #bidicigarettes #cannabisculture #wesmokeweed #cannabisliteracy #normalizingcannabis #womenandcannabis #womenwhousecannabis #cannabisinyourtea
39 minutes | Apr 25, 2021
“Don’t worry about it, just enjoy the trip” with psilocybin therapy advocate Aleja Alchemy
“Where did you get this (in south Utah)?”"Don’t worry about it, just enjoy the trip” For my 25th episode I was blessed to be joined by the amazing psilocybin therapy advocate, vegan cannabis chef and entrepreneur Aleja of Aleja Alchemy. In our discussion we learned of Aleja’s journey with cannabis and psilocybin which began in South Utah (of all places). We learned a little bit of what brought her back to the east coast as well as the ways she teaches her students the benefits of psilocybin therapy. Listeners will hear how passionate Aleja is about the importance of keeping access psilocybin mushrooms barrier-free as well as the need for us all to be intentional in our psilocybin use if we want to see psilocybin acknowledged and legitimized as a self-medication tool. Aleja works with men and women looking to use psilocybin therapy to help regain perspective and self-confidence. You can find Aleja on INSTAGRAM: @aleja.alchemy NOTABLE QUOTES: “I had started talking to my ancestors” “Psilocybin helped me break through a barrier that I never thought would be lifted” “I’m sick and tired of being disrespected by men of colour when all they want is a hug” “the main obstacle is being believed and that’s just the plight of the typical Black woman” “We are sometimes so grateful for the attention and support that we get versus what we need that we don’t speak up for others like we should” “We just need to recognize that we are magical and amazing and we’re just trying to reach that place where we’re actually just comfortable with it…” #psilocybin #psychonaut #psilocybintherapy #magicmushrooms #shrooms #cannabiseducation #cannabisjourney #gorillaglue #bluedream #microdosing #microdosingshrooms #microdosingpsilocybin #thejourneywithin #healingtrauma #lionsmane #penisenvy #bplus #goldenteacher
30 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
“It’s about time because EVERYBODY smokes weed” discussing multi-generational cannabis use with cannabis enthusiast Jason Mr. Burgz Fraser
Have you ever asked yourself how long it would take you to smoke an entire ounce of weed? When asked, my next guest said he could smoke an ounce in 4 days. For our 24th episode I’m joined by one of my oldest longtime friends, Jason Mr. Burgz Fraser. I met Jason back in the ninth grade and our dads, grew up together too! Our listeners will learn about Jason’s file-long relationship with cannabis which actually spans generations. A multi-generational Black Canadian with deep roots throughout Nova Scotia, Jason grew up around cannabis seeing his dad, and uncles smoking together in the front room. We talked about his excitement at achieving the family milestone of getting to smoke cannabis with the ‘adults’ once he turned 18 years old. That family tradition has passed on to his own children, and now Jason is cohost of a new podcast debuting this month called Gas Station Montreal where he and his cohost have every kind of conversation while using cannabis. You can find Jason on social media at: IG: @shambz_aka_mrBurgz AND @the_gas_station_mtl*We apologize for the less optimal audio quality of this recording. We are doing our very best and will try to have this episode re-mixed in the near future.#cannabisinmontreal #mrBurgz #oldschoolMontreal #littleBurgundy #cannabismilestones #smokingwithgrownups #novascotiaproud #multigenerational #weallusecannabis #familytraditions #cannabisrituals #bluegelato #GasStationMTLPodcast #Blackpodcasters #MountReal #514to416 #friendsfromtime #jamaicangum #weedandgum #oldtimeweedheads
40 minutes | Apr 11, 2021
"A lot of folks were unaware" discussing cannabis amnesty & more with Reena Rampersad
For our 23rd episode I was so thrilled to finally meet our fellow Budsista and renown legacy cannabis activist Reena Rampersad that we had to spend at least a full 30 minutes just to sesh and catch up BEFORE we even started recording. Reena is a restauranteur, infused dining chef, cannabis event producer and long-time cannabis educator based in Hamilton Ontario. You’ll hear about the deep cultural ties Reena has to the ganja community beginning with her own family, ultimately intertwining her ganja culture to produce such amazing events such as the legendary Hamilton #cannacrawl. We also learn why Reena is so passionate about cannabis amnesty as she highlights for our listeners the early struggles and triumphs of pioneers who’ve inspired her such as the first Black-owned federally licensed cannabis cultivation company owner Ashley Athill and cannabis activist and lawyer Annamaria Enenajor. I’m very glad our listeners get to learn about the cannabis journey of High Society Supper Club’s Reena Rampersad Reena Rampersad can be found on social media at: IG @Highsocietysupperclub email@example.com Reena Rampersad is producer of such amazing events as the Hamilton CannaCrawl, and has worked tirelessly with the Organja Society & Campaign Cannabis Amnesty. NOTABLE Quotes: “There weren’t many people or any people who looked like me in this space” “It’s not like we were invited to these spaces… I’d just kinda show up” “To see people step out and show their allyship is big to me” “This being the opportunity for specifically Black & racialized communities to experience a paradigm shift because we have an opportunity to get in here and do some things” #cannabispioneers #cannabisadvocacy #cannabisactivists #legacyroots #AshleyAthill #TracyCurley #smashingceilings #Blackpeoplesmashingceilings #organja #hamiltoncannabis #legacycannabis #annamariaenenajor #campaignforcannabisamnesty #cannabisamnesty #favourablelendinglaws #infuseddining #infusedroti #doublesdeliveries #topicals #paincream #makemyownpaincream #plantmedicine #makeyourownmeds #growyourown #cannacrawl #cannatourism #retreats #somethingniceandsticky #grapegorillaglue #710 #welikeoil #welove710 #organjasociety #highsocietysupperclub #cannacrawl #legacymarket
33 minutes | Apr 4, 2021
"Because how can you fly if you're tied down" the cannabis journey of Sabrina the Vegan Villain
For our 22nd episode we were joined by my fellow Budsista: Sabrina the Vegan Villain and founder of the natural care product line called As Intended All Natural. Sabrina is a deeply spiritual Cannasista who began using cannabis for pain management as a medical cannabis patient 6 years ago and she’s never looked back. Listening to Sabrina, we learn that it took her just under a year to experiment with different types of cannabis strains as well as methods of ingestion to find out what worked best for her. I think our listeners will really enjoy learning from her the different ways she benefits from incorporating cannabis throughout her life. Sabrina can be found on social media at: IG: Asintended_allnatural website: www.aian.ca Facebook: As Intended All Natural #cannabiseducation #cannabisforpain #painmanagement #backpain #bipolardisorder #mentalhealth #anxietysupport #mentalhealthsupport #cannabisforwellness #allnaturalhealthproducts #cannawarrior #medicalcannabis #healthcaresupport #medicalcannabisinQuebec #womenusingcannabis #Blackwomenandcannabis QUOTES from this episode: "What we deny persists, when you smoke you can’t deny" “I put that bad boy on EVERYTHING” “It is a holy plant I’m telling you” “I’m talking to God, so when you get elevated you’re able to have a better conversation with the spirits”
48 minutes | Mar 28, 2021
"Pay people a living wage" a conversation with Bernardo & Tefinha Castro of Green Team Solutions
My guests for our 21st episode are the husband and wife owner operators of Green Team Solutions, a mobile cannabis trimming company based out of the Kootenays surrounding Nelson, BC. We learn about Bernardo’s journey from Brazil to Vancouver BC in search of a career in cannabis as well as how he and his amazing partner Tefinha first met while skateboarding. Listening to how their individual lives merged together will leave you inspired about some of the best relationships began with a bit of shared cannabis. In addition to learning about their cannabis trimming company we also discussed the barriers facing legacy cannabis workers, and how huge the contributions of women are to the overall success of BC bud! Green Team Solutions operates in Sinixt territory… Find out what territory your dispensary or cannabis grower operates on today! Bernardo & Tefinha Castro can be found on social media at: www.greenteamcannabis.com IG: green_team_cannabis Clubhouse: @greenteamcanna The MsWeedWiki SPEAKS Podcast acknowledges the land on which it is recorded on which is the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation. Given the virtual nature of medium, the MsWeedWiki SPEAKS Podcast also wishes to acknowledge all of the indigenous nations and territories across North America. If you enjoy this episode, please don't forget to hit "SUBSCRIBE" and share it with your friends! Send us your feedback as well as any suggestions of future guests you would like us to explore together.
34 minutes | Mar 21, 2021
“If history has shown us anything…” discussing cannabis prohibition & so much more with Tiffany Watkins of Vanguard Media Online
“There is more work to be done when it comes to this beautiful plant” Our TWENTIETH episode is proud to feature Tiffany Watkins, founder of Vanguard Media Online, a magazine & event company that celebrates the achievements of women in cannabis. This Vancouver Washington based media maven shares with us her early journey with cannabis, her long time history of cannabis activism and advocacy and her passion for uplifting women in cannabis space. I loved talking with Tiffany about the wrongs that need correcting with cannabis amnesty and robust social equity programs or policies wherever cannabis is legalized. Preferably from the start of the adult use legalization process. “Let’s not open a AU (adult use) state without understanding that a social equity format, program, whatever you want to call it, needs to be in place” This and so many other great takeaways can be found to think about and even get behind. If our discussion encourages you to look into what social equity programs look like in your particular jurisdiction, even better! “Be knowledgeable about why social equity needs to exist” “Vanguard stands as a movement to push women forward for us to be listened to.” “We need to solidify that we’re serving the proper interests” Our audience also was introduced to Vanguard Media’s upcoming 710 Event. For those who want to know what 710 stands for you’ll need to listen t our episode together to find out, or check out Vanguard Media Online for their 710 Event details happening this summer. You can find Tiffany Watkins on social media: IG: vanguard_media_online FB: @Vanguardmediaonline @vanguardmedia www.vanguardmediaonline.com If you enjoy this episode, please don't forget to hit "SUBSCRIBE" and share it with your friends! Send us your feedback as well as any suggestions of future guests you would like us to explore together. #vanguardmediaonline #vanguardmedia #empoweringwomenincannabis #cannabisactivist #cannabisadvocate #cannabisbizwomxn #blackwomxnincannabis #msweedwiki #cannabiseducators #cannabis #endcannabisprohibition #usfederallegalization #cannabisamnesty #cannabissocialequity #upliftingwomxn #whatis710? #710event #californiacannabis #washingtoncannabis #oregoncannabis #arizonacannabis #austate
23 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
“You can’t get higher than high” a discussion on the Alberta cannabis scene with Anisha of HighKu Co.
In our nineteenth MsWeedWiki SPEAKS episode I’m joined by Edmonton-based cannabis entrepreneur and educator Anisha who is owner of the vegan & gluten free cannabis lifestyle company called HighKu Co. that offers everything from edibles to topicals & sensual oils. We learned about Anisha’s very own journey with cannabis use “my dad had MS and used to medicate with cannabis” and how she’s practices intention with her cannabis use. I really feel our listeners will get ground-level sense of why “Right now Alberta is killing the game” in Canadian cannabis. In addition, because HighKu.Co services clients across Canada we were given a peek at her insights on the cannabis buying habits of Canadians everywhere… “In Ontario most of our customers really just like flower. Not so much edibles” “BC is very sexual, very edible. They’re kinda freeminded” “Manitoba is strictly edibles, they don’t want anything else” “Nova Scotia they love their edibles, they love their juices and teas” We also got a sneak peek of the products she’s most proud of including her Revive Elixir & Cramps Be Gone. You can find Anisha’s brand HighKu.Co on social media at: Instagram: @Levels.of_ambrosia Tiktok & Twitter @HighKU.co If you enjoyed this episode, please don't forget to hit "SUBSCRIBE" and share it with your friends! Send us your feedback as well as any suggestions of future guests you would like us to explore together. #cannabiseducation #edmontoncannabis #cannabisincanada #levelsofambrosia #HighKuCo #Blackwomenincannabis #womenincannabis #albertacannabis #aglc #betterthanBC #BCbud #AlbertaBud #JackHerer #WhiteWidow #WhiteRhino #ReviveElixir #MsWeedWikiSPEAKS #cannabisadvocacy #glutenfreeproducts #veganedibles #crueltyfree #animalfree #noporkhere #fueledbyTHC #cannabinoids
86 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
Cannabis & Spirituality with Joanne Gaskins, a clairaudient intuitive healer & reiki practitioner.
On today's episode I discuss cannabis and spirituality with my first ever MsWeedWiki SPEAKS Podcast guest: Joanne Gaskins Joanne is a clairaudient Intuitive healer and reiki practitioner. "Joanne is an advocate for liberating the conversations that bind us. Prevent us from knowing and remembering why we are here so we can add value to ourselves and other beings." - from her website www.joannegaskin.com Joanne's social media: IG: infinite_potential_spirit Twitter: @jogaspetWebsite: www.joannegaskin.com Photo Credit: Malik Xavier Cox Logo Credit: @theonyxguy Outro: Gaidaa “Falling Higher” 🙏🏾
51 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
Discussing cannabis concentrates with Nicole Palmer, entrepreneur & certified Life & Wellness Coach
In Episode 2 MsWeedWiki discusses cannabis concentrates with guest Nicole F. Palmer Nicole F Palmer is an entrepreneur, a certified Life & Wellness Coach & founder of The Slay Up blog Nicole is also owner of Champagne Desserts Co. IG: @spiritualhortiqueen @champagnedessertsco Facebook: Nicole F Palmer MsWW photo by Malik Xavier Cox MsWW logo by @TheOnyxGuy Outro song: "Falling Higher" by Gaidaa (with gratitude)
41 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
Discussing the current state of cannabis in New York City with The Mature Canna, a cannabis enthusiast and influencer
My guest today is the vibrant Des, also known as The Mature Canna Des is a professional (born & raised queen in Queens) who has lived the majority of her life in New York City. She's a long time cannabis enthusiast and up-and-coming influencer. We discussed the current issues facing New York residents trying to access cannabis, the limitations of the current New York medical cannabis laws, and what legalization of recreational adult-use could look like in the not-too-distant future. Des can be reached on Instagram at @thematurecanna where you can follow her cannabis journey and see her amazing cannabis-themed content.If you enjoy this episode, please don't forget to hit "SUBSCRIBE" and share it with your friends! Send us your feedback as well as any suggestions of future guests you would like us to explore together.
31 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
Disjointed with her Bong featuring LA cannabis advocate & influencer InDEE from the Disjointed Show on YouTube
On today's episode I discuss all things cannabis with LA cannabis advocate and influencer InDEE. InDEE is host of the Disjointed Show found on YouTube. Our discussion touches on her journey in cannabis, the legal cannabis environment in California, her love of sports and coaching youth basketball and her secret penchant for cannabis gadgets and innovative devices. Thanks to InDEE, our audience learns about selecting bongs to ingest your cannabis as well as the advantages associated with their various characteristics. We hope you take advantage of what you've learned and check out her social media pages for more info. I'm especially intrigued to learn more about the gravity bong she teased! InDEE's social media: IG: @disjointedshow Twitter: @Disjointedshow2 YouTube: DisjointedShow Educational content is intended for audiences 19+ and over in Canada If you would like learn more about my guest or would like to be featured on MsWeedWiki SPEAKS, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
34 minutes | Mar 7, 2021
“From nothing to something here we are” discussing the Boston cannabis scene with Erica Ricky Blaze of the Blaze Estate
In this our 18th episode, I’m joined by the Boston cannabis influencer, educator and entrepreneur Erica Ricky Blaze. Erica is the owner of the CBD beauty wellness boutique Yitty Committee as well as producer of the Blaze Estate, a YouTube show elevating and amplifying cannabis brands and products from the Boston area cannabis scene. She also discusses the cannabis stocks and investments she’s following in her very own cannabis investment guide called Smoke the Market. In our chat we learned her journey with cannabis as well her experiences using cannabis following legalization. I found she provided some high level insights as to how social equity is being challenged in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We also learned a bit about the Commonwealth Dispensary Association and the nuance of how the legacy and legal markets coexist. As Erica says herself “I’m not going to paint Boston like a utopian paradise because it’s not”. Take a listen to our newest podcast episode together and I’ve no doubt you’ll love Erica’s knowledge and enthusiasm for the cannabis plant as much as I do. Erica Ricky Blaze can be found on social media at: IG: @ericarickyblaze @ericarickyblaze twitter & CH www.shopyitty.com www.theblazeestate.co If you enjoy this episode, please don't forget to hit "SUBSCRIBE" and share it with your friends! Send us your feedback as well as any suggestions of future guests you would like us to explore together. #bostoncannabis #bostoncannabae #shopyitty #holdyouryits #bostonlingo #bostonslang #CBDwellness #CBDhealthproducts #theblazeestate #yittycommittee #smokethemarket #msweedwikiSPEAKS #Blackwomenpodcasters #usingcannabisinBoston #Bostondispensaries #Commonwealthdispensaryassociation #Blackwomenincannabis #cannabisentrepreneurs #socialequity
29 minutes | Feb 28, 2021
“I kept my eye on the prize of learning” discussing medical cannabis education with Stacy Bobak
For this episode I was thrilled to be joined by one of my colleagues, certified cannabis educator, patient advocate and founding member of the Peoples Alliance of Cannabis in Canada (PACC) and EduCanNation Stacy Bobak. Together we discussed her with medical cannabis, the founding of her cannabis education company called CannaDent and why she’s just as passionate about the cannabis plant as she is about oral health. Early on in the podcast the listener learns of the impacts of the negative stigmas associated on a patient’s ability to access quality or any real medical cannabis education. We also learned about the important work she’s doing both in her own business CannaDent, as well as her work with both EduCanNation and PACC. Some of the ways and things we can do to reverse the stigma about cannabis with healthcare professionals are: a) Talk about your medical cannabis use with your all your health providers. I know you may draw an awkward reaction from your health care provider however this informs your practitioner of your usage and will prompt them to have to learn more about to stay informed on how to support your care. b) Ask your doctor to learn more about the endocannabinoid system and how it works with cannabinoids in cannabis, even better if you do some research on your own and tell them about it. c) Push our provincial government, particularly the ministry of health to cover the cost of cannabis educator visits through provincial health insurance plans. You can find Stacy Bobak on social media at www.stacybobak.com and on Facebook through the EduCanNation Facebook group If you enjoyed this episode, please don't forget to hit "SUBSCRIBE" and share it with your friends! Send us your feedback as well as any suggestions of future guests you would like us to explore together. #msweedwiki #cannabis #cannabiseducation #cannabisadvocate #cancersurvivor #EduCanNation #cancerwarrior #PACC #peoplesallianceofcannabisincanada #healthcoverageforcannabiseducation #standardizedcannabiseducation #certifiedcannabiseducators #cannabisistoonew #rootedinalifeofhiding #reversethestigma #cannabisislegal
38 minutes | Feb 21, 2021
"Pleasure is your birthright" with serial cannabis entrepreneur Antuanette Gomez, founder of the Green Rush Program
In episode 16 we sat down with self-confessed serial entrepreneur and cannabis sex coach Antuanette Gomez. As founder of the Green Rush Program, a 30 day education program which helps students to launch a legal cannabis business. We learned a little of Antuanette's journey with cannabis as well as her addiction to starting cannabis businesses such as the Pleasure Peaks cannabis sexual health brand and the cannabis jewellery line called Acapulco Gold. Listeners can expect to hear plenty of business insights from this long-time entrepreneur in the Canadian cannabis space. I found her description of the Green Rush Program inspiring and her Tantric Cannabis Couple Retreats intriguing. You can learn more about Antuanette Gomez by listening to this podcast and make sure to check out her important social equity initiatives such as the Cannabis Built By Blacks Expo happening February 26-28, 2021. You can find Antuanette Gomez on social media: www.antuanettegomez.com Instagram: @antuanetteg Twitter: @itsAntuanette Some QUOTES from our episode: “CBD is an ingredient in our products it’s not a trending topic it is an INGREDIENT” “I think I like to think of it as having a relationship with mary jane in a way” “the stigma is alive and well… I see all the things” “We don’t have the complexion for our protection” If you've enjoyed this episode, please hit the SUBSCRIBE or FOLLOW the MsWeedWiki SPEAKS Podcast to stay informed of every fresh episode. You can find more cannabis education and advocacy at www.afrocannadabudsistas.com #cannabiseducation #cannabissocialequity #cannabisadvocacy #sexpositive #antuanetteG #cannabissexcoach #pleasurepeaks #greenrushprogram #acapulcogold #msweedwiki #blackwomenincannabis #cannabisinCanada #BlackOwnedBusinesses #BlackWomenOwned #cannabisbuiltbyBlacks
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