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Setting fire to the stoner stereotype. Sparking up candid conversations with cannabis researchers, entrepreneurs and advocates. Educator, Author and Advocate Dr. Mitch Earleywine hosts a no-holds-barred platform that seeks to re-define and revolutionize the entire scope of the cannabis culture, while opening the door for more to join the cannabis crusade.
 
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Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mitch is Joined by ??Franjo Grotenhermen, MD. Franjo has devoted the last 15 years of his career to the investigation of scientific and policy issues related to the medicinal and recreational use of cannabis and cannabinoids. Dr. Grotenhermen is founder and chairman of the Association for Cannabis as Medicine (ACM) and f…
 
Today on Burning Issues we talk to David Bearman, M.D. about cannabis treatment for ADD and ADHD. Dr. Bearman is one of the most clinically knowledgeable physicians in the U.S. in the field of medicinal marijuana. He has spent 40 years working in substance and drug abuse treatment and prevention programs. Dr. Bearman was a pioneer in the free and c…
 
Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mitch is Joined by Julie Holland, M.D. Julie is a psychiatrist specializing in psychopharmacology, with a private practice in New York City. She majored in the Biological Basis of Behavior at the University of Pennsylvania and received her M.D. in 1992 from Temple University School of Medicine. At Mount Sinai Medical Cen…
 
Today on Burning Issues DR. Mich is Joined by Professor Philip Asherson from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience. At King's College London Professor Philip is the head of The ADHD Genetics Group. This group is a research group within the SGDP whose main aim is to identify the genes involved in ADHD and related behavioural traits,…
 
Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mich is joined by Erik Altieri the communications director of NORML. They talk about how Medical Cannabis Patients Report Decreased Use Of Opioids, Anti-Anxiety Medicines. This topic is based on Patients with legal access to medical cannabis decreasing their use of opioids, anti-depressants, anti-anxiety drugs, and other…
 
Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mitch is joined by Jordan Page, a cannabis freedom activist and the PR Director for CannaSense. Cannasense is providing legal access to medical cannabis through a framework of existing state and federal laws, to patients in all 50 states. As a medical cannabis collective they use a specific legal strategy, developed over…
 
Los Angeles is about to presented with Proposition M which will provide the city with the ability to address issues in a comprehensive way. One of the biggest publications in Media The Los Angeles Times has now come out and backed Proposition M. Dr. Mich speaks to Virgil Grant, president and co-founder of Southern California Coalition about his tak…
 
Guy Rocourt is the lead extraction artist and partner of Neos vape pens. While living in New York and Los Angeles, Rocourt developed a low-temperature, vaporizable formula, which maintained the attributes of the original strains. He formed Revolutionary Technologies (RevTech) with his fellow partners which developed a refined cannabis product suita…
 
Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mitch Earleywine is joined by Eva Silva, Hemp & Cannabis Entrepreneur and President of CA Hemp Alliance. CA Hemp Alliance is an association of companies, research institutions, business organizations and universities in California. The alliance serves as a driver for new material and process innovation and provides a pla…
 
Dr. Mitch Earleywine is joined by David Boaz executive vice president of the Cato Institute and the Author of The Libertarian Mind. Mitch and David discuss the drug war, and David shares his libertarian view that adult individuals have the right and responsibility to decide what they do with their own lives, knowing the risks, and understand the co…
 
Today on Burning Issues Mitch Earleywine is joined by Art Benavie, Author of Drugs: America's Holy War and new book How the Drug War Ruins American Lives. In the book Drugs: America's Holy War Arthur Benavie analyzes the research findings and argues that an end to the war on drugs, much as we ended alcohol prohibition, would yield enormous internat…
 
Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mitch Earlywine is joined by Laurie and Mary Wolf, authors of The Medical Marijuana Dispensary: Understanding, Medicating, and Cooking with Cannabis. This book is part reference, part cannabis cookbook, The Medical Marijuana Dispensary provides up-to-date, evidence-based information and research supported by medical prof…
 
Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mitch Earleywine is joined by Marcel Bonn-Miller. Dr. Marcel O. Bonn-Miller received his B.A. in psychology and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Vermont. He completed a pre-doctoral clinical psychology internship at the Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Health Care System and a postdoctoral fellowship at the …
 
Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mitch Earlywine is joined once again by Catherine Hiller Author of Just Say Yes: A Marijuana Memoir. Just Say Yes, could be considered the first marijuana memoir ever published, and is a positive, honest, and humorous observation of the effect of weed upon every aspect of her life: marriage, motherhood, friendship, work,…
 
Mitch Earleywine is joined by Ngaio Bealum."Ngaio Bealum is an American comedian, musician, writer, actor, activist, juggler and publisher. He co-hosted Cannabis Planet and published West Coast Cannabis Magazine. He writes a column in Sacramento News & Review, answering questions from readers about marijuana and its politics.Ngaio was born in San F…
 
Today on Burning Issues Mitch Earleywine is joined by Maggie Volpo, writer and cannabis activist. Maggie is the author and creator of Stinky Steve: Marijuana Safety for Kids."Maggie Volpo is a writer, activist, and medical marijuana caregiver working in one of the most conservative urban areas of the country. She has worked in traditional publishin…
 
Today on Burning Issues Mitch Earleywine is joined by Becca Williams, Managing Partner at Cannabis Gold Media - ?Marijuana Straight Talk TV. Becca’s diverse background defies categorization. Media entrepreneur, expert in purpose-driven leadership, “conscious business” devotee, long-time cannabis advocate and consumer. She is founder & CEO of Cannab…
 
Today on Burning Issues Mitch Earleywine is joined by Danielle Keane, Political Director of NORML. "As NORML’s newly appointed Political Director I couldn’t be more excited to join a team of groundbreakers and thought leaders. I feel honored to continue the legacy NORML has in place and a necessity to serve it well. I am eager to have the chance to…
 
Today on Burning Issues Mitch Earleywine is joined by Melissa Slavin. Melissa Slavin co-authored with Dr. Mitch Earleywine on a Research Article entitled Expectancy mediated effects of marijuana on menopause symptoms. "Menopausal and post-menopausal women who endorsed lifetime marijuana use completed an online survey assessing their frequency of us…
 
Today on Burning Issues Mitch Earleywine is joined by Richard Grucza, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine. Grucza received his B.S. from Rochester Institute of Technology in 1989, M.S. from Pennsylvania State University in 1991, Ph. from D. Washington University in 2000, and Master in Psychiatric Epide…
 
Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mitch Earleywine is joined by marijuana expert and CannabisRadio's own Kyle Kushman. Kyle Kushman is the host of The Grow Show on CannabisRadio.com.Kyle Kushman is an internationally renowned marijuana cultivator whose collaborations have earned 13 Medical Cannabis Cups awards. This includes three US Cannabis Cups for Be…
 
Today on Burning Issues Mitch Earleywine is joined by Catherine Hiller Author of Just Say Yes: A Marijuana Memoir. Just Say Yes, could be considered the first marijuana memoir ever published, and is a positive, honest, and humorous observation of the effect of weed upon every aspect of her life: marriage, motherhood, friendship, work, sport, sex.Ca…
 
Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mitch Earleywine is joined by Aundre Speciale, Director of Phytologie Oakland. Aundre has been a huge part of cannabis law reform for over 25 years, has done work for formal activism, helped run dispensaries and fundraisers, and has even seen the dangers of prohibition up close and personal.…
 
Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mitch Earleywine is joined by Kevin Mahmalji from NORML. Kevin Mahmalji is the Outreach Coordinator of NORML, and a political consultant and director with an elaborate background in political action. Kevin shares highlights about some of his previous jobs, as well as his current strides in the cannabis movement.…
 
Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mitch Earleywine is joined by Joseph Palamar, PH.D., Assistant Professor of Population Health and Drug Researcher at NYU. Some of the topics Mitch and Joseph discuss include harm reduction with cannabis, reasons for using cannabis, as well as how many more people would try cannabis if it was legal.…
 
Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mitch Earleywine is joined by Keith Stroup, Founder of NORML. Mitch and Keith start of by discussing legal initiative in Ohio, and the use of the character "Buddy." They also bring up several aspects of NORML, including aiding those with legal trouble as well as fundraising and employment options.…
 
Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mitch Earleywine is joined by CannabisRadio's own Radical Russ Belville. They chat about how Russ got into the cannabis reform movement, as well as some of the updates with Oregon and Washington after legalization.
 
Dr. Mitch Earleywine chats with Sharon Ravert, from Peachtree NORML. Mitch asks Sharon about her experience with the sheriff's department breaking into her house for a search finding only a gram and a half and a small grow light. Sharon tells how she overcame this experience and moved forward.
 
Dr. Mitch Earleywine chats with Rick Steves, God of all travel from Rick Steves' Europe. Rick shares his opinion on the war on marijuana and how he feels the laws against cannabis have racist tendencies. He tells how he stands strong supporter for legalization of cannabis to lower crime rate and create more regulated businesses.…
 
Dr. Mitch Earleywine chats with Dr. Rob Lovering, Associate Professor at College of Staten Island on today's episode of Burning Issues. Mitch asks Dr. Lovering about his new book A Moral Defense of Recreational Drug Use, as well as his opinions on the war on drugs.
 
Dr. Mich Earleywine talks with Paul Armentano, Deputy Director of NORML, about effects before and after the consumption of cannabis. Mitch and Paul discuss the effects THC has on motor skills and the use of cannabis before driving, moving on to compare it with drinking and driving.
 
Lobbying for passage of cannabis law reform legislation as Dr. Mitch Earleywine welcomes Allen St. Pierre, the Executive Director of NORML and The NORML Foundation Education, We hear about the lobbying process ongoing in Washington DC, with the help of events like the NORML Legislative Fly-In.
 
Hempfest founder (and Cannabis Radio host of Hempresent)Vivian McPeak joins Dr. Mitch Earleywine to discuss why Hempfest continues to exist now that Cannabis has legalized in Washington State and how an event like Hempfest continues to evolve into a cultural celebration.
 
Chris Goldstein of Philly NORML, New Jersey NORML, and Freedom Leaf magazine explains what it’s like to get arrested for using cannabis at The Liberty Bell and how Federal probation doesn’t create withdrawal symptoms. Dr. Mitch elaborates on the importance of validation and listening skills.
 
??Students for Sensible Drug Policy’s Development Officer Lauren Padgett explains the ins and outs of SSDP and discusses the wild world of cannabis laws in the District of Columbia. Dr. Mitch explains the import of motivation in a world confused about a motivational syndrome.
 
Author and activist Cheri Sicard elaborates on simple techniques for cooking with cannabis then turns to heartwarming CAN-DO projects helping to free cannabis prisoners as well as provide gifts for their children who visit them. Dr. Mitch extols the virtues of slowing down.
 
Keith Saunders of the Northeastern Institute of Cannabis explains the elaborate educational needs of the cannabis industry and points out the key issues in medical marijuana laws in Massachusetts and the rest of the US.. Dr. Mitch outlines the key conditions for appropriate and productive praise.
 
Dr. Mitch Earleywine welcomes activist, author and publisher Diane Fornbacher, the Founder of Ladybud Magazine.They launch into a discussion of women's role in the Cannabis movement, plus Dina offers some background into the creation of Ladybud magazine. She also discusses the obstacles that stem from becoming publicly visible in the advocacy front…
 
How Can Workers in the Cannabis Industry Benefit from a Union? Dr. Mitch Earleywine asks that very question to Jeff Ferro, the Executive Assistant to the Director of Organizing at United Food and Commercial Workers International Union or UFCW. Jeff explains how the evolution of the industry leads to an eventual progression to a want for benefits, r…
 
High Times Associate publisher Rick Cusick joins Mitch Earleywine, a fellow High Times writer.They discuss working at High Times and the changing perspective of users and usage over the past 4 decades. “Seems like we (High Times) have been waiting for this to happen for 40 years”, Rick said, over 20 for himself.When Colorado went recreational we br…
 
Dr. Kevin Hill, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and author of “The Unbiased Truth About The World’s Most Popular Weed” joins Dr. Mitch Earleywine.Hill developed his perspective on marijuana through studies – he notes that people who see medical marijuana as a sham have failed to do the research as there are multiple supp…
 
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