Mat Lee back with the Hot Box marijuana podcast live sesh number five. I hope all of you are well and surviving like good humans should. It’s a fantastic time to be alive if you are into cannabis. Things are changing, some for the better, and some not so much. Let’s chat and dab!
Back at it with the last episode before we take off for the Seattle Hempfest. Mat Lee here with the Hot Box podcast, and today we have a short, yet ultra informative chat with the voice of cannabis radio himself, Russ Belville. I hardly need to do an intro for this guy. You all know who he is, and what he’s about. So sit back and enjoy our discussion. If you’re going to be at the Seattle Hempfest this weekend, be sure to holla at Mr. Belville and catch his talks up on stage. I’ll also be there covering the event for the Cannabiz Journal, so if you see me roaming around doing my interview thing, be sure to say high!
Welcome back to another episode. This one is a little different. Some of you may or may not know, but I recently started a new line of work. Medical cannabis in Washington ended on July 1st, and thus my job running the lab. No worries though, because the magazine I was writing for in my spare time scooped me up and sent me packing to the Imperious Expo + Directory in Tacoma to get some content created.
This is super cool for a bunch of reasons. Mostly because I get to go around and check out all the dope cannabis business stuff, rec shops, labs, and grows. This also is great for the Hot Box, because while I’m out there gathering content for the magazine, I’ll be doing the same for this! I know right? Win. Win. Tap the read more for links and information on everyone in the episode.
Thanks for checking out another podcast of the Hot Box. I’m Mat Lee and on this episode we have a bunch of great guests. The topic of discussion is what’s happening right now with cannabis in Montana. There’s a group trying to get rid of medical marijuana all together, and another group trying to get recreational going. There’s also a third group coming out with a new medical initiative soon. Sit back and blaze one while you hear from Casey Brock, who is running for Senate District 18. Anthony Varriano from Cycling for Sensible Drug Policy, Jusup Sandoval, Founder at Access To Nature’s Prescription, and patient advocate, Tayln Lang. For donation links and more, hit the read more.
Welcome back to another episode of the Hot Box. Today we have Dan on the show chatting about making the switch in Washington from medical to recreational. Not everyone is for it, but everyone will eventually have to do it. Hit the read more for links and stuff.
Starlight Mundy from Craft Mary Jane and THC-A juicing maven Pam from TwicebakedinWA join your hosts Mat Lee and Gooey Rabinski as they discuss all things cannabis science, business, politics, and prohibition.
Welcome back to another episode of the Hot Box marijuana podcast. I’m Mat, and joining me on this episode once again is Gooey Rabinski. He wrote this book called, “Understanding Medical Marijuana.” If you know people who might not understand medical marijuana, then they should definitely read it! You can find it on Amazon, or on Gooey’s site. Also, in case you didn’t know, I came out with a new hip hop album. It’s called Project LD 50 and you should definitely check it out. Thanks for listening!
Welcome back to a new year and the first episode of 2016 of everyone’s favorite marijuana podcast! Lot’s of stuff happening, so let’s just get right to the important things. Mat Lee and Gooey Rabinski here to chat about some cannabis news and what was going on with the Cannabis Health Summit.
Back from a little break with a fresh new episode of the Hot Box marijuana podcast. I’m Mat Lee if you didn’t know, and on tonight’s episode I’m joined by Josh Krane, co founder and chief operating officer of Craft Vapery. If you remember, a while back I got a Craft Vapery box in the mail to review. It’s not weed related, not yet at least. If you dig vaping and ecigs, definitely check them out. There’s more links in the show notes. Thanks for checking out the show and we’ll talk to you next time.