Josey Orr is the CEO of HUGS Wellness, a small CBD company based out of Austin, TX. Hugs was created with two goals in mind: to bring a new standard of transparency to the CBD industry and to deliver high-quality products to customers. In this episode of DANK Discussions, Josey talks to host Maynard Breslow about social entrepreneurship and the importance of creating a CBD business with the intention of giving back.
Michael Miller is an International lawyer, journalist, and cannabis thought leader. He is also the co-founder of Medicanna, a global medical cannabis consultancy that has advised numerous companies, lawmakers and government officials on how to scale or strategically grow their investments. Driven by philanthropy and collaboration, Michael strives to inspire others and make this world a better place. Michael joins Maynard on this episode of DANK Discussions to talk about how he is helping governments implement cannabis legislation that is good for the industry and the consumers it serves.
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