Grow Talk 1146: New To Growing, Night Time Temperature Differentials, Interrupted Lights, & Nute Burn
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The Dude & Scotty Real Are Hanging Out And Waking And Baking And Answering Your Grow Talk Questions Like Being New To Growing And Being Able To Get A Dank Harvest Of Your Own Homegrown Cannabis, The Effects Of A Day & Night Temperature Differential & How It Changes The Way The Plant Grows, How And Interruption During Your Day Cycle Will Effect The Photoperiodism Of The Plant And If It Is Even An Issue, What Nute Burn Looks Like In A Plant In Flower & More On Todays Episode Of Grow Talk

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Medicinal Strains, Moving Markets, Breeding Talk, and More, with Maddfarmer
Great friend of the show and prolific breeder the one and only Maddfarmer is back! Maddfarmer gives an update on all of his breeding work, and finally reveals the big news he's been teasing for so long- his move to Oklahoma! Madd talks about what's happening on the west coast- specifically with the cannabis industry- that drove him to decide to up and move his entire operation to Oklahoma. Maddfarmer also discusses what lines he's been working with and what he's got cooking up for the next big release. He also teases that you'll be able to find Maddfarmer genetics in Oklahoma retail shops soon enough! Madd wraps up the show by discussing medicinal strains, and why he focuses so much on buds that are not only flavorful and potent, but provide the healing relief that so many of Madd's customers- and he himself, seek. ---Come join the BEST membership in cannabis! for seed giveaways, hundreds of hours of member content, the Grower's Chat, GrowCast TV LIVE! And so much more! Only $10/mo, what are you waiting for?!--- ---Proud partners of Jack Green's Natural Garden Products, natural IPM solutions, soil conditioners and more! code GCLISTENER for 25% off--- ---Monitor your grow room and receive alerts about climate from ANYWHERE in the world! Visit and use code growcast for 10% off- get to know your garden better with Kokonaut!---
43 min
The Adam Dunn Show
The Adam Dunn Show
The Adam Dunn Show
TADS022621 - Adam Dunn Show 02 - 26 - 21
Compassion.... The meaning of compassion is to recognize the suffering of others and then take action to help. It’s what the world needs now more than anything our first guest is taking that step on a daily ( and smoking a lot of weed along the way ) @MikeDiesel lives this every day founder of the DETROIT YOUTH AND DOG RESCUE. Helping those who can’t help themselves,comes naturally for Mike a indigenous cannabis farmer who has taken his talents international on projects in Jamacia and beyond. We will hang out with Mike and peel the layers of this unique world serving amazing guy. We will also be checking in with Mary Jane ( obviously) no not that Mary Jane, MARY JANE OATLEY Founder of Tribal Hemp Cannabis (THC )MAGAZINE A Indian culture and lifestyle magazine that elevates aboriginal use to restore indigenous economies. Mary has worked tirelessly for cannabis reform in the tribal space and she is the living embodiment of cannabis compassion. We will have a quick update from our buddy Dr. Mark with a “K” and get some updates on how to cope during these crazy daze. And finally but not leastly It’s also that time again the last Friday of the month and you know what that means it’s time for the @iluminarlighting GIVEAWAY!!! We will he giving away a LED Lamp from Iluminar lighting. Hopefully you have entered by sending a message to telling us why you NEED a light from @iluminarlighting and don’t forget to include your phone number and check @iluminarlighting IG account for “the word of the month” gotta know that if you wanna win. #sagemastaselect #thcmagazine #detriotyouthanddogrescue #iluminarlighting #monthlygiveaway #mikediesel #dunndeal #bagels4life
3 hr 9 min
Great Moments in Weed History
Great Moments in Weed History
Abdullah Saeed and David Bienenstock
Billie Holiday vs. Harry J. Anslinger
In a tale of weedy vengeance, Abdullah and Bean investigate the life of Harry J. Anslinger—America’s first “drug czar,” author of Marijuana: Assassin of Youth, and the man most responsible for the global prohibition of cannabis. And then they settle the score. This episode is tied to the premiere of The United States vs. Billie Holiday, a new film from Lee Daniels (Push, Empire) telling the awful true story of how Harry Anslinger used the full power of federal law enforcement to target the legendary jazz singer for multiple arrests, ultimately hounding her into an early grave. Highlighted by a brilliant Golden-Globe-nominated performance from Andra Day, the film rightly casts Anslinger as the villain. But with the narrative focused on Holiday and an undercover FBN agent tasked with taking her down, the head of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics and his decades-long racist campaign against weed doesn’t get a lot of screen time.  So Abdullah and Bean decided to dig deep into Anslinger's horrific life story. And yes, exact an herbally-infused revenge worthy to be called a great moment in weed history! Special thanks to Johann Hari whose excellent book Chasing the Scream greatly informed this episode.  Clips come from: Steve Martin on Saturday Night Live, George Carlin from his album Toledo Window Box, The Big Lebowski, Marijuana: Assassin of Youth, and the legend Ed “NJ Weedman” Forchion PLEASE VISIT OUR SPONSORS! This episode is brought to you by Tweedle Farms, Northwest Oregon's premiere, family owned hemp farm, specializing in farm-to-table, terpene rich, high CBD hemp flower. Use promo code “greatmoments” for 20% off your next order shipped anywhere in the United States. GREAT MOMENTS IN WEED HISTORY MERCH Visit our new merch store with Teepublic.
1 hr 33 min
Plant Medicine Podcast with Dr. Lynn Marie Morski
Plant Medicine Podcast with Dr. Lynn Marie Morski
Lynn Marie Morski, MD, Esq.
Psychedelics and Parenting with Rebecca Kronman, LCSW
This week’s episode of the Plant Medicine Podcast features a conversation with Rebecca Kronman, LCSW on the intersection of psychedelics and parenting. Rebecca is a licensed therapist with a private practice in Brooklyn, New York, where she helps clients integrate and prepare for psychedelic experience, in addition to providing therapeutic care for clients struggling with mental illnesses such as anxiety or depression. Rebecca is also the founder of Plant Parenthood, which is an online and in-person community of parents who use psychedelics, plant medicine and cannabis looking to de-stigmatize the conversation around psychedelics and parenting. In this wide-ranging discussion, Rebecca explores both practical and theoretical issues in the intersection of psychedelics and parenthood. The most controversial of these being, of course, minors using psychedelics themselves. Rebecca discusses the traditional cultural frameworks in societies which use psychedelics and how they handle this matter, contrasting this with the Western medical model where psychedelic use is highly stigmatized yet prescribing amphetamines to children is rather uncontroversial. Rebecca emphasizes that this is a topic which deserves more careful consideration, as ketamine treatments are already available and effective for treatment-resistant depression in teens. She also discusses how psychedelics can help us reparent ourselves and heal generational trauma, both of which can aid in improving parents’ relationship to not only their children, but to their own parents as well. In addition, Rebecca discusses some practical concerns, such as how parents ought to discuss psychedelic use with children. Here she draws a distinction between proactive and reactive conversations, the former being initiated by the parent, the latter by the child. Choosing to pursue a degree of proactive discussion with children around psychedelic use can have a positive impact, both in strengthening trust and openness between parent and child as well as preparing older children for encountering these things in their own lives as accessibility and awareness continue to increase. Rebecca closes this discussion talking about the high levels of scrutiny parents face socially, emphasizing the importance of parents having the opportunity to come together around this topic to determine the best solutions for their own families. In this episode: * The future of psychedelic medicines for minors * How psychedelics can inform one’s approach to parenting * Taking psychedelics with family members * Including children in integration practices * Proactive vs reactive conversations about substance use with children * Plant Parenthood’s upcoming events Quotes: “It’s something that needs to be on our minds: how do we approach this topic without stigmatizing it so that when our children inevitably find out about it, we can have an open dialogue.” [11:39] “A lot of the work of psychedelics, is the work of reparenting yourself. It’s the work of healing intergenerational trauma.” [16:49] “For some parents it’s not a problem for their children to be around during their psychedelic experience itself, and for some parents they feel like ‘you know what, I want this time for myself–this is my time to go inward, to journey into my psyche, and I don’t want to be a parent during that moment.’” [24:25] “We can start talking about plant medicine or substance use or addiction from the very earliest time our kids can understand.” [29:28] “As kids get older it does become more important to be a bit more proactive because the reality is they will be exposed to this, especially as access increases.” [32:43] “There is a level of scrutiny that parents face that is different than what other people face and it makes people more reticent to be honest and to approach these topics in a way that feels healing and that feels complete.” [41:29] “[Psychedelics] make us be able to inhabit that open, neuroplastic state that children naturally inhabit. So in a sense, it makes us be able to understand them better. It makes us be able to get into their experience in a deeper way.” [46:42] Links: * Plant Parenthood Website * Plant Parenthood Instagram * Plant Parenthood Facebook * Plant Parenthood YouTube * Rebecca’s website * Psychedelic Medicine Association * Porangui
52 min
Brave New Weed
Brave New Weed
OffScrip Media
Bonus - Destination Cannabis: Insight for New Jersey Hospitality and Tourism
A panel of cannabis experts for a discussion of legal recreational cannabis use, its impact on resort destinations, and opportunities for New Jersey hospitality and tourism business. Special focus will be given to destination marketing, and the intersection of cannabis with agritourism and food and beverage tourism. This event is presented by the Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality, School of Business Stockton University in partnership with the Greater Atlantic City Chamber and Stockton University Cannabis Studies program. Panelists Include: Brian Applegarth, Founder - Cannabis Trail and Chairperson of the CalTravel Cannabis Committee Brian Applegarth is a cannabis tourism subject matter expert, educator, and international speaker on the topic. He’s inspired by building bridges between the travel and cannabis industries and works to steward a model that goes beyond consumption. Brian believes that the California cannabis tourism experience must include culture, history, and storytelling of the medical cannabis movement. Brian is a board member of the 420 Archive and California Travel Association, Chairs the CalTravel Cannabis Committee and is a member of the Sonoma County Tourism Marketing Committee. Brian is also a cannabis historian. Inspired by iconic cannabis pioneers and social justice movements that fueled the robust industry of today, Brian brings a unique perspective and immense passion to his work.  Brian Applegarth represents tourism and hospitality possibilities that may be available in the future. Simply, CA has accepted cannabis for several years now (almost decades and it is part of their culture) and Brian has experience with many different types of hospitality/cannabis tourism opportunities. He also has plenty of data about cannabis tourism/hospitality.   Rob Mejia, Adjunct Faculty, Cannabis Studies Minor – Stockton University President, Our Community Harvest: A Cannabis Education Company Rob Mejia is the author of multiple books written explicitly to introduce adults to cannabis and the cannabis industry. The Essential Cannabis Book: A Field Guide for the Curious and The Essential Cannabis Journal: Personal Notes from the Field (Cedar Lane Press 2018, 2019) provide researched information about cannabis with an authentic, engaging narrative and real-world examples that demystifies the plant, explains the science, and examines the stigma and social and racial justice issues surrounding cannabis. His expertise in cannabis extends to cooking with cannabis as Rob has produced and hosted a number of edibles events and meals. He also registered two national cannabis trademarks -California Homegrowers Association® and Our Community Harvest: A Cannabis Education Company®- and represents two cannabis artists (Pat Ryan and Laurence Cherniak) via the website www.CannabisArtAndDesign.   Cintia Morales, Co-Founder and Director of Education - Higher Ed. Hemp Tours Cintia Morales is the Co-Founder and Director of Education for Higher Ed. Hemp Tours, an Austin based hemp advising company dedicated to bridging the gap in cannabis knowledge between consumer and retailer through unique experiences. Also, she is the ESL Program Director for ACES Language School, located in Austin, TX. She has taught English, as well as a variety of subjects, to both young and adult students from all over the world. She has been a world traveler instructor with a passion for education and developing curriculum and programs for more than 15 years. She is dedicated to assist English language learners adapting to life in the United States. Cintia Morales operates in TX where there is only a fledgling, very limited medical cannabis program and no legal adult use. Despite this, Cintia’s company has figured out ways to participate in the cannabis tourism industry and promote cannabis education. This may be a first step that Atlantic City wants to take.   David Yusefzadeh, MA based Chef and Food Designer David Yusefzadeh is a chef and food designer based in Boston, Massachusetts. He spent the majority of his career working in fine dining restaurants and hotels around the world. Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Mario Batali and Richard Ekkebus are just a few of the chefs that David has spent time with professionally. He is currently CEO/Founder of Cloud Creamery, a cannabis ice cream company based in Boston. David was diagnosed with Crohn's Disease in 2011 and has been using Cannabis to allow him to function in his everyday life.
1 hr 1 min
Psychedelics Today
Psychedelics Today
Psychedelics Today
PTSF48 - Decriminalization, Embracing the Mystical, and a Plea for More Ethical Exploration
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Kyle and Joe are joined once again from Mexico by Michelle Janikian, and let's take a moment to do what wasn't done last week: welcome Michelle to the podcast, as she will be joining the guys on SFs for the foreseeable future, and possibly on other podcasts soon as well. Welcome to the revolution, Michelle! As you’d expect, they discuss the news: Norway's plan to decriminalize personal drug use based on recommendations from the U.N. and W.H.O. and why that may be related to Norway's high rate of drug-related deaths (or maybe even a high suicide rate), a new bill in California to not only decriminalize psychedelics (including MDMA and LSD, and excluding peyote) but expunge records as well, a new Massachusetts bill to decriminalize all drugs and study psychedelics, a study where researchers achieved real-time communication with lucid dreamers, and Alex Jones' (likely true) claim that government officials regularly use DMT to communicate with freaking aliens. The most-discussed articles though, are Vice's post about how psychedelic therapy needs to embrace the mystical side of things, and Tim Ferriss' recent blog, pleading people to follow more ethical, safer, and more environmentally-friendly paths in their explorations of different medicines. They also talk about Ferriss' concept of a minimum effective dose, the progress of cannabis legalization in Mexico, using caution with frameworks, Pascal's Wager, how the idea of a psychedelic community is becoming antiquated, and whether or not Kyle is regularly astral projecting without realizing it. Notable Quotes “This concept of political capital- you only have so many ‘politics tokens’ to put in the machine, and being a politician, you kind of have to play the game of not only influencing what you and your constituency want but [also] ‘how do I get re-elected too?’ It’s not spending political capital to be anti-drug in most states. [To] be a really hardcore prohibitionist, you actually gain political capital in a lot of ways. But putting your neck on the line for something like this is quite risky for a politician, so, good on ya!” -Joe “It just doesn’t fit into that narrative where it’s like: ‘Can psychedelics revolutionize mental health?’ Yes, but not just help people and cure, heal- we have to change the way we think about the human experience and we have to let in so many other weird, unworldly experiences to really, fully-- like, yea, it’s going to revolutionize mental health. It’s going to revolutionize everything if we really integrate it and take all aspects of it into consideration. But that’s really hard for doctors and these psychiatrists in-training to really do- they just want a new medication to help their patients. Do they really want to like, rethink reality? [sarcastically:] That’s just for weirdos like us.” -Michelle “Sometimes when I’m in conversations with other clinicians and it’s so pathology-oriented, I’m like, do we need to keep continuing that language? Could there be other ways of viewing and seeing this? How [can] psychedelics- or not even psychedelics- just extraordinary experiences in general help shift our view of what it means to be human? What does it mean to be well in the world? Do I always need to be sick when I come to a mental health professional? Do I always need some sort of diagnosis? I think these are the questions that my exceptional experiences have made me think about- traditional systems and how they’ve really shifted over the years.” -Kyle “The dream world, to me, has always been so fascinating, because it’s like the natural psychedelic everyone has every night. Dreams are so weird. There’s no psychedelic that really touches how weird dreams are. And yet we go to that place every night.” -Michelle Links Norway to Decriminalize Personal Drug Use in ‘Historic’ Shift New California bill would decriminalize psychedelics, expunge criminal records New Massachusetts Bills Would Decriminalize All Drugs And Study Regulated Sales of Psychedelics Viva la Cannabis? Not so Fast (Michelle’s article) Tim Ferriss’ blog: An Urgent Plea to Users of Psychedelics: Let’s Consider a More Ethical Menu of Plants and Compounds DMT Research From 1956 to the End of Time, by Andrew R. Gallimore and David P. Luke Pascal’s Wager Psychedelic Therapy Needs to Confront the Mystical The Fallacy of Misplaced Concreteness (Kyle was right, Joe had it wrong) Scientists establish freaky two-way communications with lucid dreamers Real-time dialogue between experimenters and dreamers during REM sleep (the actual study) Youtube: Qualia Research Institute’s video (that’s causing debate in the facebook group) Matthew Segall’s appearance on Psychedelics Today Alex Jones Says Secret Government Program Uses Psychedelics To Communicate With Aliens Alien Information Theory: Psychedelic Drug Technologies and the Cosmic Game, by Andrew R. Gallimore Recursion, by Blake Crouch Support the show! * Patreon * Leave us a review on Facebook or iTunes * Share us with your friends * Join our Facebook group - Psychedelics Today group – Find the others and create community. Navigating Psychedelics
1 hr 10 min
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