The Not Old Better Show, Issues Briefing Interview Series
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Our guest today is the founder of kush.com, Chase Nobles, Chase Nobles is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Kush.com, wholesale cannabis and hemp marketplace. Chase has worked in the cannabis industry since 2014, evolving the Kush brand from its origins as a tourism and media company into the largest marketplace platform serving the cannabis and hemp industries. KushCon is approaching, Aug 6 – 7, in Tampa, and if you’re searching for help with sleep, anxiety, or pain? Just interested in the legal hemp market? KushCon is our chance to explore the leading brands and speak directly with the industry, and we’ll learn more about the Kushcon event from Chase Nobles; joining us in a moment.
We have a great show because just as Chase will share topics, innovation, and more about Kushcon, the regulatory element of hemp, CBD, and cannabis, medical Marijuana is on everyone’s mind, too. Dr. Steven Grant joins us again as an ongoing guest here on The Not Old Better Show on radio and podcast. Dr. Steven Grant is a neuroscientist and is formerly the Senior Program Officer at the National Institute on Drug Abuse at the National Institutes of Health. We’ll be examining today the research on cannabidiol, or CBD —and, more importantly — what the science has discovered about this elusive chemical’s potential benefits for chronic pain and the potential risks.
First, though, let’s catch up with Chase Nobles, CEO of Kushcon, and the upcoming Kushcon event in Tampa, Florida, Aug 6 – 7.
Now our conversation about the regulatory issues of CBD, hemp, cannabis, and medical marijuana, Dr. Steven Grant.
My thanks to Chase Nobles and Dr. Steven Grant for their generous time today. My thanks to sponsors Newspapers.com and AthleticGreens. My thanks to you, my wonderful Not Old Better Show audience, radio, and podcast. Please be safe, and let’s eliminate assault rifles. We don’t need them in the hands of nonmilitary, and assault rifles are to blame for mass murder, instilling fear in our children and grandchildren in the very place they learn, school. We can do better. We must, and let’s talk about better…The Not Old Better Show. Thanks, everybody, and we’ll see you next time.