In this episode, we speak to Michael Garbuz and Deepak Anand who are key figures within the global cannabis space. Together, we speak about entry into the European market, what we can learn from Canada’s federal legalisation of both medical and recreational cannabis, and the key differences between the two markets.
This week we’re delving into the topic of Cannabis and Technology with special guest Richard Skaife (@tokenrichard on twitter!) from Cobidol who is a venture capitalist and cannabis entrepreneur. In this episode we discuss the state of tech in cannabis, and Richard's new blockchain business, Cobidol, which will hopefully raise standards for the CBD industry.
In this episode we speak to Steve Barron, a film/tv director, and now a hemp farmer too! We discuss why Steve decided to buy a hemp farm in Cambridgeshire, and why he firmly believes this form of cannabis can have a huge positive impact on our environment.
In this episode I speak to Alex Fraser, a Crohn's Disease sufferer, and Patient Access Specialist at Grow Biotech - a leading UK medical cannabis company. We discuss how Alex discovered that cannabis could help him with his condition, and how this led him to become a leading activist and campaigner in the UK.
On our third episode we speak to Dr Henry Fisher, PhD from Oxford, and Chief Scientific Officer of Hanway Associates - a leading consultancy and events business in the cannabis space. We discuss some of the active compounds in cannabis and how they work on the body, as well as learning more about the ailments where cannabis is being used as a medicine, and what is being researched.
On our second episode I speak to Nick Davis, CEO of Memery Crystal - an international law firm taking a very active approach in the cannabis space. We discuss the legal status of the different types of cannabis, both in the UK and the rest of the world, and get Nick's insights on how the industry is developing.
On our first ever episode I speak to George McBride, CEO of Hanway Associates - a leading cannabis industry consultancy in London. We discuss the history of cannabis, the reasons why it was made illegal and deemed dangerous, and how and why things are starting to change now.