Dr. Bryan Doner explains why cannabis is transforming medicine and leading to a more compassionate, sustainable and prosperous future.
Returning guest, combat vet Dan Schmink, has been dangerously close to suicide with PTSD and combat wounds. He shares insights about coping and finding joy.
Josh Crossney, founder of the nonprofit advocacy, JCanna, explains how he is bringing the science of cannabis into public awareness through his annual Cannabis Science Conference
CannaKids founder Tracy Ryan explains why California’s adult-use policy makes medical marijuana more costly for suppliers and patients who need cannabis to survive
Having legalized medical use of cannabis at the federal level only a year ago, Australia’s domestic market is still new but advantages are light years ahead of the U.S.
Filmmaker Windy Borman and music icon Melissa Etheridge weigh in on the film “Mary Janes: Women of Weed” and how women are influencing change.
Interview with Meiko Perez, who explains how cannabis dramatically improved the condition of her autistic son Joey.
With groundbreaking legislation to legalize both hemp and marijuana pending in Congress, the days of cannabis denial seem to be coming to an end.
Leo Bridgewater, an Army veteran/cannabis activist describes his experiences at war and why he devotes his time advocating for cannabis policy change.
Michael “Mr. Hemp” Bowman and Greg Flavall explain why America needs hemp to thrive and how it can revitalize our economy, even in these turbulent times.
Filmmaker Korey Rowe talks about his new documentary on the devastating impact of PTSD and ways in which cannabis helps veterans cope upon return to civilian life.
Financial advisor Serge Chistov explains how cannabis companies and stakeholders overcome legal and regulatory obstacles to balance risk and reward.