Nicholas Nedin is a Business Development Consultant, Writer, and the Host of The Flower Hour Podcast emanating from Windsor, Ontario. The Flow Hour aims to look at cannabis through the lens of some of North America’s best and brightest people emerging in the cannabis industry. They creatively bring listeners on a journey through cannabis content by highlighting and intertwining the perspectives of business, science, technology, and pop culture. (more…)
Curt Robbins is a technical writer, instructional designer, and lecturer who has been developing science-based educational and training content for Fortune 200 enterprise companies for more than 30 years. His clients have included Federal Express, Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, Northrop Grumman, National City Bank, Strainprint Technologies Ltd., the J.M. Smucker Company, and USAA. (more…)
Heather Green is a Functional Medicine Practitioner and the founder of The Cats Meow CBD. The Cats Meow is a company that carries products that are 100% organic, vegan, non-GMO and gluten-free. As a functional medicine practitioner, she understands the value of CBD and the endocannabinoid system in a world that relies so heavily on over the counter anti-inflammatories and opioids that continue to destroy our bodies. In her opinion, it is oxymoronic to have chemicals or synthetic ingredients in products that are supposed to be aimed at improving your health. (more…)
Brian Reynolds is the creator of Kannabis Kingz in Chicago, Illinois. Kannabis Kingz is a collective whose goal is to create a movement and steer the culture within the new Chicago Cannabis Scene. Their vision aims to develop opportunities by making continuous contributions within the cannabis community. (more…)
In this episode, Jennifer Boozer shares her powerful story of coping with tragic personal loss which led to opiate addiction and her subsequent recovery from addiction to opiates using the help of CBD. She has turned tragedy into triumph with a thriving business that remains the number one CBD store in her state. Finally, she is excited to share the launch of her new CBD eCommerce platform, with web design and marketing using the DANC Method.
CBD Helped Jennifer Battle Opiate Addiction and Gain 5 Years Clean.
Jennifer Boozer is the owner of CannaBama, Alabama’s first and largest CBD super store in Alabama, based out of Mobile. CannaBama sells only vetted, quality CBD products & other hemp products in South Alabama and to all 50 states online. Jennifer enjoys educating people about CBD from hemp and hosts a weekly live radio show & podcast called Sweet Home CannaBama on FM Talk 106.5.
3 DANK Points
- 5 Years Clean From Opiates with the help of CBD
- Overcoming stigma in the South and in church. “People won’t look me in the eyes.”
- The challenge of having to change payment processors and merchants on a consistent basis
Dr. Steven Todd is a retired oral implantologist and dental anesthesiologist. Today, he is also the author of The Hemp Healthcare Initiative, a program that focuses on educating healthcare professionals and staff about the endocannabinoid system. Dr. Todd joins me on this episode to discuss how all healthcare providers and workers must be educated properly about the endocannabinoid system and it’s vast impact on the body’s overall health. Perhaps most importantly, he also offers a structured solution to counterbalance the kickbacks healthcare providers & physicians receive from pharmaceutical companies. This substantial monetary compensation will incentivize healthcare providers to suggest Cannabis to the patients they serve while allowing them to enter this growing hemp market. In conclusion, passionate about the health benefits and technology CBD, CBG, CBN and other cannabinoids provide, Dr. Steven Todd has opened his initiative to all healthcare providers, physicians, doctors & nurses.
3 DANK Points
- Paying incentives for healthcare providers for hemp-derived options to counter Big Pharma kickbacks
- CBG & other cannabinoids are awakening CB2 Receptors that have been dormant for over 100 years
- How internal self-regulation of our industry is the real answer to a cleaner, more ethical system