Cannabis Law in Canada Podcast with Russell Bennett
Cannabis Law in Canada (CLIC) Podcast Series
Engineering of this podcast is by Jeremy Benning
Music was created and performed by Albert Wong
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Russell Bennett’s Other Podcast Appearances
Infused: Cannabis & Your Health with Russell Bennett
Cannabis and Your Health is a conversational podcast series that takes a deep dive into the world of edibles and health. It’s a surprisingly complicated topic, but cannabis lawyer and author Russell Bennett will help you understand the health and safety of cannabis infused foods and beverages while he interviews doctors, lawyers, cannabis industry professionals and people who consume edibles to treat their medical conditions.
Alternative Food Network produces credible content that educates people about food as medicine.
Cannabis lawyer and author Russell Bennett sits down with Chef JJ Witherspoon and Tricia Ryan, VP Marketing at CannTx Life Sciences, to discuss health and safety issues surrounding cannabis infused foods and beverages. Hear how JJ treated her cancer and get some commonly asked questions answered like: What does 10 mg of THC in an edible mean? Does body type affect a person’s reaction to edibles? How does a person find their optimal dose? What marketing claims can be made on packaging? How do you cook with cannabis? Whether you’re a recreational user, a medical user or part of the growing canna-curious segment, there’s something here for you. Plus, host Russell Bennett takes it upon himself to eat an edible to see what happens to his aches and pains over the course of the podcast.
From cannabis teas to cookies, more cannabis infused foods are coming to market. In this episode, we take a look at the edibles landscape in Canada post legalization and hear about one company’s journey to becoming a legal manufacturer and curator of cannabis infused food and tea.
The Candid Savage
Russell talks with Ashley Matthieu about cannabis legalization on her podcast, The Candid Savage.