Curious about cannabis? We've got you covered. Leafly's expert hosts are here to offer product reviews, strain suggestions, pro tips, and advice for cannabis consumers. Find out what's good, what's new, and what's next in the cannabis industry, every Wednesday.
The Avid Dabber, Will Hyde, sits down with Sam and Esther of Session Goods to discuss the many ways product design can impact the cannabis experience, for better or worse. They cover how Session designed their innovative line of glass smokeware and what other products they are developing to bring an elegance to the modern smoke session. You'll also hear how they are working to bring that same style and innovative design to dabbing and of course what Sam, Esther, and Will are smoking this week.
The Avid Dabber, Will Hyde, sits down with Caleb Mata of O.G. Cannabis in Corvallis, Oregon. They discuss all types of cannabis extraction from solventless hash rosin to OG's signature clear shatter and the importance of clarity and color in extracts. They also rap on heady glass and the impact of the glass community within the cannabis community. You'll also hear sCaleb fills Will in on all the exciting plans and products for O.G. Cannabis' line of Hemp CBD products and of course what Will and Caleb have both been smoking lately.
The Avid Dabber, Will Hyde, and cohost Dante Jordan take a trip to Flavortown where they discuss the reason why flavor is the ultimate mark of quality cannabis. They also discuss the the variety of flavors cannabis produces as well as the most flavorful strains, the worst tasting strains, and the best ways to enjoy the flavors of cannabis. art, skill, and experience of rolling cannabis and smoking it as blunts and joints. You'll also hear some of the best strains that actually taste like their name and of course what Will and Dante have been smoking lately.
The Avid Dabber, Will Hyde, and cohost Dante Jordan sit down to chat about the art, skill, and experience of rolling cannabis and smoking it as blunts and joints. Will and Dante dive into their past experiences with both blunts and joints while sharing tips and thoughts on the practice, ritual, and best times to smoke one. You'll also hear some of their favorite strains to roll up and some of their earliest memories and failures of rolling joints.
The Avid Dabber, Will Hyde, and cohost Dante Jordan sit down to chat about the symbiotic relationship between cannabis and music. Will and Dante dive into their past experiences with both plant and artform as well as Leafly's What Are You Smoking? Mixtape Vol. 1 Spotify Playlist.
You'll also hear some of their favorite songs to listen to when lighting up and some of their earliest memories of combining live music with cannabis.
This week on the show, the prodigal host returns as Bailey Rahn joins Dante for a conversation about stoner stereotypes. Tune in for a wide ranging conversation touching on myths about cannabis consumption, playing The Shire Theme on recorder, and much more.
Also this week, we'll touch on the music that's playing our WAYS hosts and the rest of the Leafly staff into the summer. Listen along with us on our first What Are You Smoking Mixtape, available now on Spotify!
Master Bong, the MacGyver of the smoke sesh, joins the show to chat with Will and Dante about what he's learned in more than a decade of improvising pipes, bongs, steamrollers and more out of everything you can imagine.
You'll also hear some tips on the best way to roll a Backwoods blunt, thoughts on the differences between American and European cannabis culture, and what to expect next from Master Bong.
This week on the show, Robert Flannery of Dr. Robb Farms discusses bringing modern agricultural science to cannabis grows and introduces us to a new favorite euphemism for our favorite plant.
We'll also learn about how Robb's family has influenced his approach to cannabis, dive into some nerdy cannabis science, chat about high-CBD strains, and of course learn what our guest is smoking—and what he's growing.
This week on the show, Dante is joined by Leafly news editor Bruce Barcott to talk about myths that surround neighborhood cannabis dispensaries.
You'll learn about some of the most pernicious myths that opponents try to hang on cannabis shops, and what data actually tells us about issues like crime rates, underage use, and property values near dispensaries.
We'll also chat about how dispensaries can act as anchor stores and what retailers can do to be good neighbors in their communities.
This week, on What Are You Smoking, we revisit a conversation recorded earlier this year between Will and pop punk band Potty Mouth about good times, bad times, and the role cannabis plays in their creative process.
Hear about life on the road, what strains and products the band uses to spark creativity and stay comfortable on stage, and why you should never drive into a wildfire on edibles. Other than the obvious.
Retired NBA star turned cannabis entrepreneur Al Harrington joins the show to talk about Viola—both the brand he leads and grandma that inspired him to start it.
On this episode, you'll hear about how a series of surgeries changed Harrington's attitude towards cannabis, how he expects cannabis—especially CBD—to factor into upcoming NBA labor negotiations, and what cultural changes he thinks it will take to get more minority representation in the cannabis industry.
One of the premiere cannabis breeders and growers of the modern era, Mr. Sherbinski joins us on the show. The man behind hit strains like Gelato and Sunset Sherbert joins the show to talk about the journey from a Bay Area garage to the shelves of Barneys in Beverly Hills.
Hear all about how Sherb got his start in cannabis, what comes next for the Sherbinskis brand, and of course, what he's smoking lately.
This week on the show, Treehawk Farms founder and CEO Jason Olsen talks about developing new strains, the challenges of bringing novel genetics to dispensary shelves, and and how the market for hash, rosin, and other solventless concentrates is evolving and changing in Washington.
This week, Elev8 Cannabis CEO Seun Adedeji joins the show to share his thoughts on the evolving nature of the cannabis industry.
We'll learn why Elev8 is expanding out of Oregon into the growing Massachusetts market and talk about how both states are approaching cannabis differently.
Seun also shares his thoughts on how to get more minority representation in the industry, advice for young entrepreneurs, and what he's smoking these days!
This week, Will and Dante give some local Washington cannabis products a trial run. Then, our hosts put on their public service hats to field listener questions about carb caps, dab storage, and more. Tune in for insights, advice, and suggestions on how to improve your cannabis experience.
If you've got a burning cannabis question you want our hosts to answer on the next mailbag episode, email us at email@example.com.
This week on the show, we're time-traveling back to SXSW 2019, which is where Will sat down with Aliza Sherman, co-founder and CEO of Ellementa, which aims to connect women with the right cannabis products for them.
Listeners will learn about how cannabis companies need to rethink the way they market to women, why education has to come before marketing throughout the industry, and why consumers should try out multiple products so they can best understand what's right for them.
This week on the show, etiquette expert Lizzie Post sits down for a conversation about her latest book, Higher Etiquette.
We'll get her thoughts on minding your manners in the world of cannabis, including what longstanding traditions are due for an update, how long you should hold a joint before passing it, and why avid joint rollers might need a finger bowl for their next party.
We're taking the show on the road for our first live recording of What Are You Smoking from SXSW from Austin, Texas. This week's episode sees What Are You Smoking all stars Amanda Reiman (VP of community relations for FlowKana), J.J. O'Brien (VP of PAX Era) and Sarah Hanlon (co-host of Leafly's The High Life podcast) join Will for a conversation about the fractured nature of the current cannabis industry and how it is shaping the future of legal cannabis markets worldwide, intentionally or not.
This week on the show, Will and Dante are joined by Fweedom budtender Baylee Potter for a conversation about the hottest products currently on dispensary shelves, what to tell your budtender to have the best experience, and why edibles before a flight always seem like a good idea, but so rarely are.
We'll also learn what's in Baylee's personal stash and enjoy some tasty dabs in the studio.
What Are you Smoking takes the show on the road to taste test some of each other’s favorite products. Leafly’s in-house bud tending expert Maria Sharp joins Will and Dante to sample some of Washington’s finest cannabis.
The gang touches on topics from cannabis budgets and the ideal price of an eighth to buying joints at Barney’s and a blue Will Smith. And we'll also discuss what trends we expect to shape the world of cannabis in 2019.
This week, Puffco CEO Roger Volodarsky joins the show. We'll talk about the history of the company, the development of it's flagship Peak electronic rig, and how technology is helping to destigmatize dabbing.
And of course, we'll find out what Roger is dabbing on these days, where he thinks the best concentrates are coming from, and what the future holds for Puffco.
This week, Will and Dante are joined by PBud and Chemdog, the minds behind the storied Chemdog cannabis strain. We got these two storied growers to walk us through the checkered past of a strain famous for its fuely funk and rocket powered potency, and hear about how the strain made it from a parking lot in the midwest to the lineage of iconic strains like OG Kush and Sour Diesel.
This week on What Are You Smoking, TV personality and cannabis patient Montel Williams joins Will and Emily to talk about how cannabis has changed his life and turned him into an advocate.
We also learned about Williams' new line of cannabis capsules and vapes, and how he worked with the team at Cura Cannabis to develop a suite of different formulations to meet the needs of patients and consumers of all stripes.
And don't worry, you know we'll find out what Montel is smoking before the show is out.
This week on What Are You Smoking, Will chats with Adam Vine of Cage-Free Cannabis.
We'll learn about how Cage-Free Cannabis is working to help people access the information and resources they need to get their records clear, from partnering with brands to staging community events and developing toolkits that let people take the process in their own hands.
We'll also find out what Vine, a longtime cannabis patient and advocate is smoking this week!
Bruce and Ben from our sister podcast, The Roll-Up, join the show to look back at what 2018 meant for cannabis around North America and what 2019 has in store.
We'll explore what the "Massachusetts effect" has meant for legalization efforts in the northeastern United States and why cannabis testing stands to be a big story for consumers regardless of location this year.
And of course we'll share the products we're kicking off the new year with!
This week, Will and Bailey are joined by Phil Seda, CEO of the Seattle-based craft cannabis cultivator Sky High Gardens. We’ll learn about Sky High’s growing techniques and practices, get some insight on how they develop strains—and into what it takes for one of those strains actually make it to dispensary shelves— and how they balance art and science in their efforts.
We’ll also hear thoughts from Will on what to smoke in Europe and learn what everyone is smoking in the run-up to the holidays!
This week on the show, Emily and Dante are joined by Leafly's lifestyle editor Hannah Meadows to talk about giving cannabis and its accoutrement for the holiday season. We'll talk about what strains make good gifts and what to keep in mind if you're gifting cannabis this holiday season.
We'll also chat about some of our favorite cannabis accessories of the year, including pieces from Leafly's Holiday Gift Guide, and discuss what you can expect if you're taking a tolerance break this holiday season.
It's Thanksgiving Week, so let the season of overeating begin!
This week, Will, Dante, and Emily share their thoughts on how cannabis can help keep your holiday mellow. We'll share some of our favorite strains to make sure your appetite is feast-ready, chat about which classic recipes benefit the most from a little cannabis infusion, discuss the strains and products we're thankful for this year, and much more!
Shavo Odadjian is best known as the bassist for System of a Down, but he's also an avid smoker and cannabis connoisseur launching a new line of prerolls—22Red.
We talked about System of a Down's first visit to Amsterdam, which was blessed by an impromptu smoke session with famed strain hunter Arjan Roskam. We also learned what strains Shavo is excited to share with California cannabis consumers, including Church Weed, a frankincense-scented strain that smells like Sunday service.
In their new documentary Weed the People, executive producer Ricki Lake and director Abby Epstein explore the impact that medical cannabis is having on pediatric cancers, as well as the difficulties parents, doctors, and caregivers face in putting these treatments into action.
This week, Lake and Epstein joined the show to discuss their experiences making the film, and what it's taught them about the potential of medical cannabis.
Nate Gibbs, co-founder of Gold Leaf Gardens, joins Will and Emily to talk about how the ethics of island life have shaped his team's organic growing practices.
We'll discuss Clean Green certification and what changes could come to that regulation, chat about solvent-free extraction methods, and learn the finer points of blending cannabis and concentrates when crafting an infused preroll.
This week on the show, celebrated artist Skinner joins Will and Bailey for a conversation about cannabis, art, creativity, and their worst experiences with edibles.
We'll talk about Skinner's work with Saints Cannabis, what else he'd like to do in the industry, and the opportunities and obstacles in cannabis advertising he sees as an artist and designer.
It's what you might fairly call a wide-ranging episode, so buckle up and enjoy!
Cannabis legend Ed Rosenthal joins the show again, and he's got company! Ed and Cannabis Now's Greg Zeman join the show to talk about their latest book, Beyond Buds, which explores the world of cannabis concentrates.
We'll discuss what the growing popularity of vape pens means for cannabis culture, how nanotechnology could lead to precision-tailored cannabis extracts, and the surprising role that yeast could one day play in producing cannabinoids, terpenes, and other cannabis constituents.
Football legend Ricky Williams joins the show to discuss what his relationship with cannabis has looked like over the course of his life, and how it has evolved alongside his personal journey.
You'll hear how Williams' training as a healer and herbalist informed the development of his cannabis brand, Real Wellness, why he recommends learning more about astrology as a way to self-knowledge, and how making a run to Amsterdam to re-up for Lenny Kravitz's tour bus taught him how to love Haze strains.
It's Terpene Week at Leafly, and that means we're taking a deep dive into the volatile compounds that give cannabis it's flavor, its smell, and influence its effects.
On this week's episode of What Are You Smoking, we're dusting off an episode from the vaults and revisiting our conversation with Leafly's staff scientist Nick Jikomes for a primer on what terpenes are and what research is teaching us about them.
Comedian and cannabis activist Ngaio Bealum visits the show! The host of the Netflix show Cooking on High chats with Dante and Emily, about the past, present, and future of Hempfest, why people who live in states where cannabis is legal can't forget their fellows living under prohibition, and how you too can make a living as a professional juggler. We'll also talk about why you should play Cooking on High for your cats while you're out of the house.
Legalization has ramped up cannabis cultivation in the US, leaving many growers wondering how they can remain competitive in the market while also employing responsible farming practices.
This week, Justin Tacy and Brandon Woodland of Burnwell cannabis join the show this week to share some of the techniques and tactics they've developed to keep their work sustainable.
This week, art therapist, educator, and cannabis cultivator Michael Buchert joins the show to talk about art therapy and the role cannabis can play in a mental health practice. Michael shares some pointers on how patients can talk to their counselors and therapists about cannabis use, and what all mental health professionals need to understand about cannabis.
Small farms in a region coming together under one banner is nothing new in agriculture—the model has long helped independent and craft cultivators more effectively market and distribute their products, from coffee to food crops.
Now, Flow Kana is trying to bring the same model to cannabis cultivators in California's Emerald Triangle.
On this week's show, Flow Kana's head of community relations Amanda Reiman joins Bailey and Dante to talk about what this model has to offer farmers and consumers alike
This week, we take some time to share some of the awesome stuff our own co-workers are doing, like rolling out Leafly’s new online ordering and pickup service. We’re chatting with our dispensary team about how Leafly Pickup can make life easier for dispensaries and customers alike.
And of course, since no episode is complete without it, we’ll chat about what everyone’s smoking this week, from budget-friendly ounces to cannagars that put a new spin on living the high life.
Why is it hard to get interesting new cannabis strains onto dispensary shelves? What sort of experiments do your favorite extractors conduct to hone their craft? And just how do you pronounce Avitas, anyway?
We'll talk to Dr. Amber Wise, science director of one of our favorite Northwest cannabis companies, Avitas, and get answers to all of these questions and more. We'll even get a sneak peek at some of the new products the company is launching soon!
This week on the show, we talk to Leafly's California editor, David Downs, about how wildfires are transforming cannabis industry in the Golden State.
Find out why the future doesn't look bright for the storied Emerald Triangle region, what's made Sacramento the newest hotspot for cannabis cultivators, and how the recreational market can keep producing fantastic $30 eighths in the face of challenges.
And of course, we'll share some of our favorite strains from California and elsewhere.
On the latest episode of What Are You Smoking, storied cannabis researchers Dr. Ethan Russo weighs in on the many pesticides that may be lurking in cannabis throughout Washington. Learn what to look for, what's worth avoiding, and why consumers and legislators alike should be lobbying for more stringent testing of the products on dispensary shelves.
This week on What Are You Smoking, Bailey and Emily are joined in the studio by Lo Friesen, CEO and lead extractor at Heylo, one of our favorite extraction companies in Washington.
In today's episode, we talk about how Heylo is highlighting the role terpenes play in the effects of cannabis, why the company only works with outdoor growers, and the work her team is doing to make Green Crack less polarizing.
This week on What Are You Smoking, we welcome Leafly's newest staff writer, Dante Jordan, back to the show.
Recently arrived in Seattle from Dallas, Dante shares his thoughts on how legalization efforts impact states where cannabis prohibition is the law of the land, what's it like writing about cannabis from a prohibition state, and what folks in legal states forget about the bad old days.
And we try to crack the mystery of why Seattle doesn't smoke blunts, with...limited success.
It's Oil Day, so What Are You Smoking? is dropping a day early to bring our listeners a conversation with Graham Jennings and Aaron Palmer, the co-founders of Oleum, one of our favorite extraction companies in Washington.
Will Hyde, your host and Avid Dabber, talks with Oleum's honchos about what they look for in flower, what customers are looking for in their concentrates, and why isolating less well known cannabinoids looks like the wave of the future for extraction technology.
We’re joined this week by Ben Adlin and Bruce Barcott, two of Leafly’s news editors and hosts of Leafly’s news podcast, The Roll-Up. Our resident news hounds of the gains that legal cannabis has made in states around the US in the first half of 2018. Take a listen to learn what we make of the year in cannabis so far, where recreational and medical bills are on the ballot in November, and what we expect we'll be talking about this time next year.
Pax makes some of our favorite vaporizer products, including their flagship oil vape, the Era. For this week's show, Will and Emily sat down with Pax's VP of strategy, JJ O'Brien to talk about picking partners, the future of proprietary cannabis products, and the pros and cons of managing your cannabis consumption through an app.
Tune in to learn more about what how Pax is adding new features to classic products, and what you can expect from the company going forward.
This week on What Are You Smoking, we sit down with OTTO, the joint-rolling robot from Banana Bros, and OTTO's inventor, Dave Richmond.
While we took the OTTO for a spin, we chatted with Dave about how artificial intelligence can help build a better joint, what got him into the cannabis business, and how cannabis entrepreneurs can make crowdfunding work for them.
Also, we told some Dad jokes on this episode, and for this, we simply cannot apologize enough.
What Are Your Smoking takes its first field trip as we visit Seattle's own Nectar Craft to tour the lab and talk about what's new and what's next.
Will, founder Andrew Sorkin, and salesperson David Hayes talk about how nectar chooses hardware to deliver their oils, what they look for in partners and in flower, and how the company's new line of CBN products is bringing a little-understood cannabinoid into the spotlight.
Will and Bailey welcome cannabis advocate and growing guru Ed Rosenthal to the show! We chat about the experimental grows Ed is involved in all over the world, what beginning and aspiring cannabis cultivators should know before they grow, and why you should NEVER burp your buds while they're curing.
To get more growing advice from Ed, check out his latest book, Harvest, or read his long-running advice column, Ask Ed, in the pages of Grow Magazine.
Will and Bailey sit down with Larry Perigo, one of the founders of Saints Joints and Seattle Green Bud. We'll talk about collaboration in the cannabis industry, the trials of expanding a cannabis company across state lines, and the challenges of developing the perfect blent of products for a concentrate-infused preroll. Plus, Larry passes on some joint-rolling advice for the DIY inclined.
Veteran cannabis journalist and co-host of the podcast Great Moments in Weed History David Bienenstock visits the show to discuss what modern cannabis users should understand about the plant’s past.
We talk about stories and figures from cannabis history everyone should know, separating fact from fiction in cannabis history, and why the cannabis industry should work to change capitalism—not the other way around.
Here at Leafly, we get a lot of questions from our readers, and we do our best to answer them.
So this week on What Are You Smoking?, we're diving deep into Leafly's mailbag to field some of the most interesting, important, and common questions we get from curious cannabis consumers. Learn how to properly store your infused edibles, what cannabis strains and compounds can help you kick cigarettes, and of course, what to do if you are just too high.
Alaska was the third state in the U.S. to legalize and regulate adult-use cannabis, but this far-flung cannabis community doesn't get the same coverage as its cousins in the lower 48.
Just back from a reporting trip to Anchorage, Leafly's own Bruce Barcott sits down to discuss the opportunities dispensaries in the Great White North are taking advantage of and the challenges they face. And of course, we'll also talk about cannabis products you can only find there.
This week, we welcome Lorenz Houston—marketing manager for the dispensary chain Diego Pellicer and @dominiquedabs on social media—into the studio to talk about what trends he sees in the industry, the differences between Washington and Colorado's cannabis industries, and of course, what he's smoking and dabbing on lately.
If you’re in a dispensary for more than a minute at this point, you’re going to hear some talk about terpenes. Cannabis connoisseurs pride themselves on understanding how terpenes impact the scent and flavor of a strain, but if you’re not an expert, it can be hard to know where to start. This week Will and Bailey host Leafly’s staff scientist, Nick Jikomes, to share a primer on what terpenes are, how they differ across cannabis strains, and what we’re learning about how these compounds.
This week, Will is joined in studio by Jody Hall, CEO of The Goodship. We talk about how her team develops new kinds of cannabis cookies and candy, what they're doing to overcome old stereotypes about edibles, and what's on the horizon, including a coming expansion to the California market.
Summer is right around the corner, which means we're all running out of excuses to hide under the blankets all weekend. With the season of beach parties, camping trips, day hikes, and more coming soon, we share some of our favorite options for consuming cannabis on the go. Editor Hannah Meadows and producer Ian Chant join Will to talk about what they look for in a portable product and recommend some of their favorite away-game accessories.
Leafly’s in-house legal counsel Deserae Abed-Rabbo Weitmann joins Will to talk about why she turned her legal training to the cannabis industry, what the biggest challenges are for lawyers in the space, and what changes she thinks are on the horizon--and which she hopes are coming sooner than later.
She also rather pointedly does not give us any legal advice, so remember that today's show, as always, is for entertainment purposes only.
This week, host Will Hyde is joined by Dave Schmader, Senior Editor with a focus on Canda for Leafly.
Dave shares some some of his notes on the latest movement in Canadian cannabis regulation. He explains the updated timeline for legal sales to begin, as well as some of the differences between how some of the provinces and territories will function differently.
This week, host Will Hyde is joined by Blake Stango, Warehouse Coordinator for Leafly. Blake breaks down his love for dabbing, some things those new to dabbing should avoid, and shares a few tips to get the best dab possible. Will and Blake break into the mailbag to answer a few questions from the audience and share what they are currently dabbing on.
This week, host Will Hyde is joined by Bobby Hines, co-founder and Chief Technical Officer for Confidence Analytics, a Washington-based cannabis testing lab.
Bobby shines a light on how testing is conducted, how tests are evolving, and what consumers should be looking for—and looking out for—in their cannabis products. He even shares some growing tips, like how to keep indoor plants from getting "lazy" by building miniature droughts into a watering schedule.
This week on the show, Leafly editors Rebecca Kelley and Hannah Meadows join Will to talk about integrating cannabis into an exercise regimen.
What kind of high pairs well with a runner's high? How can cannabis work in concert with your yoga routine? What products will help you recover from a workout?
We've got suggestions that will help you kick it up a notch at the gym, and then kick back on the couch like you've really earned it.
This week on What Are You Smoking, no one is in the studio, because Bailey, Will, and Jeremiah are down in Portland, Oregon, visiting dispensaries and getting a taste of a slew of new products.
That's not going to keep us from recording an episode, though! Our dedicated cannabis experts called in from the Rose City to share what they're smoking, offer thoughts on the dispensary experience in the Beaver State, and provide tips on where to eat when you're visiting.
Leafly news editor and co-host of The Roll-Up podcast Ben Adlin joins Jeremiah and Will to talk about what's happening in California following the first month of adult recreational legalization.
What's changing in one of North America's most mature cannabis markets following legalization, and how will those changes impact consumers?
We'll learn about all of these issues and more, and also address the most pressing question of the day: what's everybody smoking on lately?
Leafly's chief scientist, Nick Jikomes, joins Will and Jeremiah to discuss the latest in scientific research surrounding cannabis.
What questions are researchers asking? What problems do scientists face when studying cannabis? What role could cannabis play in helping to stem the opioid epidemic?
This episode, you'll get answers to all these questions and more, as well as finding out what our favorite neuroscientist is smoking on these days.
Will, Jeremiah, and Bailey explain how Leafly's cannabis experts rate strains. Learn what goes into a test, what factors are taken into account during a review, and how our panel comes together on a final number for the strains we rates. And, of course, what those numbers mean and how they can help you choose a strain.
And of course, we explore what everyone is smoking these days, including minty tinctures, homemade rosins, and a combustion-free cannabis inhaler.
Jeremiah, Bailey, and Will make their predictions for what 2018 will bring to the world of cannabis, including: a growing divide between craft cannabis and big concerns, a continuing shift in demographics, and a major expansion among home growers.
What Are You Smoking? will be back with brand new episodes in 2018. Until then, take a listen to host Will Hyde's interview with Tim Blake, the founder and driving force behind California's iconic Emerald Cup cannabis competition.
Check back soon for new episodes, and if you just can't wait, remember that you can also catch up on previous episodes of both What Are You Smoking? and The Roll-up on Leafly's Podcasts page.
Looking to liven up your happy hour with a THC-tinged tipple? Leafly's cannabis experts are here to share some of their favorite recipes and products for making cannabis infused cocktails, mocktails, punches and more.
In this episode: Brett relates a cautionary tale about homemade tinctures, Jeremiah's relentless war on fruit and vegetables takes a brief ceasefire to praise the maraschino cherry, and Will makes the most of Leafly's office bar cart.
With the holidays upon us, the gang discusses how to talk to your family about cannabis, recommends their favorite ways to introduce consumption to newbies, and talks travel gear for taking your show on the road.
Hannah Meadows suggests CBD products for dogs AND people. Brett shares some of her favorite cannabis edibles and drinkables. Jeremiah explains the role fruit gummies play in his personal food pyramid. How he wards off scurvy, though, remains a mystery for the ages.
Rebecca shares a new food-obsessed feature, Munch Break. Will breaks this whole "single-serving cereal" thing wide open. Bailey confesses to a crime against snacking, but regrets nothing. Then the whole team breaks open a MunchPak and feasts on its crunchy insides.
What's giving us the munchies this week? Lemonder, one of Washington's top THC-rich strains, the portable and powerful Pax Era, and Snickerdoodle cookies from Goodship, which stands to be the start of a real vicious cycle.
Will and Brett recap their experience at a Toronto vapor lounge and discuss Canadian legalization. The crew sparks some Mimosa from Symbiotic Genetics, snack on some infused potato chips, and discuss if you can infuse shortening to cook with.
In this episode: Will, Brett, and Bailey sample a Lowell Farms joint pack and Terpco's Hellraiser OG Six-Star Gold rosin, test the newest cartridge from Suicide Girls, and grill Leafly's Texas contributor, Dante Jordan, about the Lone Star state's cannabis scene, and answer the question: What should I look for in a vape cart?