Rod Discusses Cannabis and Psychedelics on “How To Launch An Industry” Podcast
I always enjoy having intelligent discussions about cannabis and psychedelics with knowledgeable and engaging people. For this reason, I was thrilled to participate as a guest on the “How To Launch An Industry” podcast hosted by my friends, cannabis and psychedelic researchers and consultants, Dr. Jahan Marcu and Dr. Nigam Arora. My co-guests were Dr. Sara Jane Ward, assistant professor of pharmacology at Temple University, and David Vaillencourt, CEO of the GMP Collective.
During the podcast, we discussed the dichotomy between patenting psychedelics compounds and promoting free and open research, the complexities of South American cannabis in Europe, and the 12,000 year old relationship between humans and psychedelics. Additionally, we engaged in “rapid fire science” and looked at the side by side comparison of two hallucinogenic substances and how well various cannabinoids permeate the skin. We concluded the show by playing the 20 questions style game, “Guess the Psychedelics or Cannabis Research Institute”.
You can listen to the podcast on Spotify by clicking here, on Apple clicking here, or on the Marcu & Arora website by clicking here.
December 20, 2020
Rod Kight is an international cannabis lawyer. He represents businesses throughout the cannabis industry. Additionally, Rod speaks at cannabis conferences, drafts and presents cannabis legislation to foreign governments, is regularly quoted on cannabis matters in the media, and is the editor of the Kight on Cannabis legal blog, which discusses legal issues affecting the cannabis industry. You can contact him by clicking here.
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very Informative Article because Cannabis Industry is very well growing industry. Especially in Medical industry cannabis have many benefits
Thanks for listening and commenting, Murray.
That’s very interesting topic. What you think about launching a new idea? I have some new unique Ideas in my mind. I really appreciate your blogs.
Thanks, Mujaddad. I’d love to hear your ideas. Feel free to contact me directly: [email protected]. -Rod