35 Burst results for "C._B._D"
Hyundai recalls nearly half a million Tucson SUVs over fire risk
"SUVs in the US to a September recall for an electrical short in a computer that could spark fires the company's warning owners to park the SUV's outdoors until they're repaired. Latest recall covers certain model year 2016 through 2018 and additional 2023 21, Hyundai Tucson SUVs. The vehicles have antilock brake system computers that can malfunction and cause an electrical short and possible fire. Owners will be notified in late February to take their issue these to a dealer, which will replace a fuse on the computer. Rhonda Rock show reporting Serious Petroleum Ministry
Pandemic kills Family Video; chain to close last 250 stores
"One of the remaining video stores of its chain, and the Tri state is about to close for good. The era of renting videos from a store is ending. His family video has begun the closing of all of its remaining locations that includes the family video on Pleasant Avenue in Fairfield. That store opened in 2004, but it won't officially close until they sell their movies and games and CBD products and other merchandise, including store fixtures, and the owners are also pitching. Their location is available for lease or purchase. I met Reese News Radio 700 wlw The Ohio
More students abducted in Nigeria but are quickly rescued
"In Nigeria abducted more than 80 Islamic school students in Northwestern can't seen a state last night, but the people's work quickly rescued by security forces. After a fierce gun battle. The foiled abduction comes less than two days after the release of 344 schoolboys who were kidnapped in the same area on December 11th.
Large car bomb kills 9 in Afghan capital
"Afghanistan's Interior Ministry says a car bomb blast direct the Afghan capital this morning it killed at least nine people and left 20 other people in Kabul injured amongst them a member of parliament
Roadside bomb wounds 23 near Pakistan police station
"House. Pakistani police roadside bomb went off near a police station in the garrison city of Repel itty. Today, at least 23 people were wounded three seriously, and no one has immediately made a claim. Of carrying out the attack, which apparently was a roadside bomb, Pakistani military's headquarters in offices of the county spies and she
Arno Hazekamp PhD on Confronting the Unknown in Holland's Medical Cannabis Program
"So of course in the medical system you'll never promote smoking but then what while make tea or vaporize. It's what do we know about t. What do we know about pricing. Nothing but it's better than smoking. Right so i said no. Not if you're drinking disgusting green water with no active ingredients. Just wasting your expensive medicine. Yeah that's true too. So i had to go completely to the basis so that means isolate my own standards because i couldn't order them. Quantify my own standards purifying one thing chromatography. The second thing is to quantify them and you cannot easily do that by weighing because they're sticky and syrupy so i had to develop an methods to quantify it with an internal standard. There was not a cannabinoid that we had our cannabinoid than i had to learn. How do they behave. What what kind of spectroscopic and chromatographic behavior do they have. So i had to summarize that. And then i had to move on to. What's actually different between the varieties that we're growing here in holland. Are they really that different or should be more different. Cbd wasn't even the question back then that came even later but then you move onto administration forms. How do you make optimal cannabis t in a reproducible. Way where it's not suddenly way too strong when you forget about the boiling water for five minutes because the phone rings. What if in those five minutes your tickets and times stronger than there's all kinds of patients around holland are suddenly fainting and falling off the stairs because they're super high right so and we knew none of those things vaporisers. What's a good vaporizer. What's not so good vaporize and how what you know no standards for anything. No quality checks for anything. If you could make a vaporizer bring it to the market. You just sold it right. It's not really that much difference now. But then those things renew and then we had no idea what kind of toxins or or crap. They were spitting out to candidates so my question was always. Keep it simple Stick to the things that real people need to know now. No no large studies just for your signs buddies but focus on what patients need to know today and try to set up the study and also writes the results down in in an article in situation. Everybody can understand including the patient. You're doing it for so i. I called a national geographic style. You can't you can't watered down to science so much that it's not actually true anymore. It just sounds easy at nice but it's not actually true because then you're misleading people and i think you know if you get data from people you have to give it back to them so I i was interacting with users and prescribers and patient organizations. Like what are you dealing with. What is your life. Look like once you get that jar with cannabis and you go home then what you know. Where do you get stuck. What do you want to know. And that's been a very fruitful approach to my To my phd thesis. Because then not only a bunch of scientists around the world but basically everybody in my sphere of influence from from physicians to to patients to politicians to to family members. They wanted to know out his his work. Because i can actually read this teases and know what it means so with that i reached my goal of not just as a molecular biology. Just doing very fun stuff in the lab but also have one leg in in the real world and be
U.N. Reclassifies Cannabis as a Less Dangerous Drug
"This morning, the U. N Commission for Narcotic Drugs voted to reclassify cannabis as a less dangerous drug right now it gets the same building as heroin. If you've wondered whether legalization is making our roads more dangerous. CBS is Nancy Chen has the answer. Researchers say the CBD part of cannabis does not affect driving ability. But the study in the Journal of the American Medical Association finds the intoxicating ingredient THC. Does cause mild impairment and the effects last up to four
As Weed Becomes Legal, THC and CBD Find Their Way into Ice Cream
"To the home. Stretch of twenty twenty everyone. The dust is settled on this year's election. And it's clear that this year's winner is we'd montana. Arizona south dakota and new jersey all approved ballot measures related to legalizing recreational pot bringing the total number of states. Where you can smoke. Eat or otherwise ingest cannabis just for fun to fifteen plus the district of columbia and wherever. There's a new market opportunity. There's an eager entrepreneur ready to light it up inner mellow ice cream. A start up ice cream brand attempting to be the first. Thc and cbd infused ice cream sold in california mallows. Ice cream will be infused with cannabis. Dial or cbd cbd and thc. Both natural compounds found in cannabis but thc is the one that makes you feel high. Cbd has been legal since the farm. Bill was signed into law two years ago. The stipulation is that it must be derived from hemp and contain no more than point three percent. Thc mellow went all in and put both compounds in its ice cream just a year old. The to entrepreneurs who founded the company will even do offs around los angeles in a tesla fitted with a freezer in the trunk. And if you're feeling less fancy the company also delivers pre rolled joints mellow currently offers just three flavors mint chocolate chip himalayan sea salt and caramel. And he shouldn't vanilla peanut buttercup. But it's planning more ice cream flavors and perhaps even a mellow ice cream truck in the future but only in select states
Chicago Police Officer Found Dead At Home In West Chesterfield
"Been Chicago police officer is under investigation after his body was found that his home yesterday morning CBD spokesman says the body was found just after 10 A.m. and a home in the West Chesterfield neighborhood procession of law enforcement vehicles followed the body from the home. The Cook County Medical examiner's office
Interview With Seth Moody
"Hello everybody welcome to another episode of when i'm hi this is the podcast. That's all about You know what it's like to be high and you know we get into some other topics as well sometimes so if you listen to the last couple of episodes you heard becca dystech. She is the nymph of nymph and woodsmen a company out in oregon and we are very happy to have the woodsmen part of that. We've got seth moody here Seth say hello. Tell us a little bit more about you and you know any anything else that the people need to know thanks for inviting me to your podcast spencer. Yeah i'm the woodsmen of nippon. Woodsmen and becca. And i live on a beautiful farm in southern oregon in the middle the system mountains. And it's fall and it's beautiful just snowed and we finally got some rain and it feels really good right now. So that's awesome. I'm very jealous about the area that you live in. That sounds absolutely gorgeous. I hope to possibly even live out in an area like that. Someday my wife. And i both would love to do that as our A retire retiring area. I don't know what i'm trying to say. But you get the picture. So so you're here to talk about cannabis what it feels like to be high. And obviously you have a very special relationship with Cannabis specifically the cd side of things Can you give us give us some history. While i'm when was the first time you tried cannabis You know wha what's what's your history like there. Yeah that's a good one. My history pretty extensive. I started smoking cannabis when i was sixteen and and on probably while until now i smoke pretty consistently now But through my twenties it was off my late teens. it was off. I was in the army. So i didn't. I didn't smoke at all. Actually when i got out and smoke for a while. But then i moved to alaska. And i got in with bluegrass crowd and started doing joy relaxing music and art and creativity. And so i really started to smoke a little bit more than but it was mixed with alcohol and so it was always strange A lot of times it was strange for me then. So i quit then after moving to hawaii Oddly enough living in hawaii i didn't smoke at all was too expensive. It was too difficult to get and it just actually wasn't conducive to the to. The work i was doing i was i was diving. I was underwater a lot. And i honestly didn't feel like i needed to be high. I was so much going on in my environment So it was really nice but then you know fast forward to now and fifty one. I've had medical conditions now. Chronic medical conditions that only cannabis actually works for me and allows me to function. The pharmaceutical solutions arm suitable treatments. They create actually more confusion in issues than thc cannabis use see quite heavily us around three hundred milligrams a day. Cbd right around there. I use a lousy and it feels good and it works. Good for me. That's my history in a nutshell. Yeah that's awesome. I feel like. I have so many things to respond to. And of course the as i described to you at the beginning of this and then you know. The listeners may not fully understand the logistics of doing these remote interviews are difficult and so i tried to not interrupt my guests because it just makes the communication really difficult when we have like a one to two second delay. So i i you know you've you you're living in oregon. You lived in alaska. You lived in hawaii. These are these amazing places. And i love that you said that in in hawaii you didn't even really feel like you needed it I was lucky enough to be in hawaii for a short amount of time. It was like two weeks back in the early two thousands. But i mean i. I know exactly what you're saying it. It's this absolutely gorgeous place. And i mean i can't even imagine what it would what it was like to be diving there and and doing all that fun stuff and i think. Hawaii is pretty known for cannabis isn't it. Oh definitely definitely. But i was. On and kuwaiti is a notorious family island. It's it's oriented for families and as far as tourism goes Maui famous for cannabis and big island is more famous for cannabis and even a walking Quite has some but it's so small that it's really More treats for locals that are shared. And when i got there but after the first six months and i was there for five years. I didn't really smoke anymore at all. I didn't actually yeah. It was just so beautiful relaxing.
Where Does Bitcoin Fit in the Global Reserve Currency Game?
"This is going to shake out how disruption manifest in real life is really hard to predict. But at this point, we do at least know what appear to be different paths that this thing could take if some sort of cryptographic. DIGITAL MONEY OUR future. So Andreas I'd like to throw this one to you to start us off. You've got privately issued. You know literally anybody can do it crypto currencies. You've got so-called corporal coins like the Libra, you've got national digital currencies like we see coming out of China, and then you've got things like bitcoin. So like what are kind of the attributes of these different things? What are the strengths and the weaknesses of each approach or perhaps I'll ask it a different way. What could actually work and what do we know won't Well I'd like to just take a brief that back and say you know even though the US has abused his position, the dollar, and even though there are a lot of contenders for the kind of multipronged geopolitical power structure that doesn't mean the US dollar is anywhere near losing his position as reserve currency in it may lose some of his control but the problem is that there is no good alternative in traditional currencies, not the not the. Ruble the politics. There are two fraud together. One likely contender is not a crypto currency or digital currency at all but is some form of synthetic currency built and managed by the International Monetary Fund's so some kind of SDR based synthetic basket currency that is constructed, which may or may not have a blockchain is kind of unnecessary. It would be a centralized currency that emerges to replace the dollar. But again, you know the IMF isn't an independent organization. Ezer and the problem is there's a vacuum right now in terms of something to replace the US dollar and so we might end up with a brief period where in fact, there are a number of competing monetary and payment systems because it's not just the reserve currency social, the payment system, the US dollar as reserve currency goes hand in hand with swift as the international wire transfer settlements and payment system and control of both gives the US. Enormous geopolitical power now, Europe and China have tried to build alternative versions of swift. So they can bypass controls. The US imposes unilaterally a great example of that would be the embargo on Iran, which Europe, and many other countries under the previous agreements have essentially allowed Iran to sell oil, and yet the US continues to maintain an embargo on his backed out of its treaty obligations. So in that particular case, there's a need for an alternative payment system. The payment system going hand in hand with the reserve currency actually gives us a hint as to the importance of blockchain's in this base, and because of blockchain is simultaneously a payment system and currency and the consensus rules govern both. Now, whether a nation states could make a central digital currency CDC, it's called whether corporates currency could survive or whether it would be some former crypto currency that emerges to fill that vacuum I mean that's a really loaded question and I don't think any of us can answer right now I think what's going to happen is we're going to simply end up in a world where there's a lot more fragmentation. Will Continue to work for some things. The you on and Euro will work. For other things. We'll be libra other corporate currencies that will be central bank digital currencies like digital yuan or digital euro. They'll be her tow currencies and we're going to enter a period of massive fragmentation where things are going to be complicated, and there's going to be more limited liquidity more complications in trade and more exchanges happening across all of these different forms. At. The beginning of this episode, we talked very briefly about how one of the sort of use cases of global reserve currency is to store value in some form other than the one that your government has control over, and we've seen this sort of throughout history with different episodes of heavy inflation hyperinflation in some cases where the money that people think they've saved and have simply goes down in value and can buy less effectively at the end of it that I think is really important part of this conversation and I have increasingly been thinking that. Lacking an alternative lacking a system that actually has neutrality Bilton as a base level assumption you're looking around for what's the best option of all of these bad options right because again, like using the US government's money as your reserve currency when you're in Zimbabwe will, that's much better than using Zimbabwe's hyper inflating currency. But on the other hand, the US is integrate situation either it's essentially the cleanest dirty shirt one of the things that I've really been curious about. With regards to the Central Bank digital currencies. As you said, so called CBD's is whether or not these could behave like a truly neutral system or whether we're just talking about taking the existing very slanted system, which is in favor of whichever country has sort of, as it's called the exorbitant privilege of being able to just essentially right blank checks that you don't have any money to backup, which then people use as their own form of savings in their local country. Whether that changes the equation here whether having something like Bitcoin that although it's neutral and available for use by everyone can't be influenced as we used to say a lot more, you can't hold a gun to the head of math, right? Like there's some protection that's built into that neutrality and I just wonder if that's something that we could ever see or that any government would ever allow to happen in a nationally issued central
Attorney General Barr Announces Publication of Cryptocurrency Enforcement Framework - But Do They Have It Right?
"So today your core, you posted a link and you're like, Hey, hey, everyone apparently, the attorney general thinks that crypto users criminals. And that's not tied in stay that I to say that I was like, Hey, you said, what did I say? Let's go up to. Say. I didn't say much honest I just said I basically Gerald. William William. Bar announced his publication of cryptocurrency enforcement framework. So maybe the article that dropped this relatively important. At least I thought it was. Open it up here. How many? Pages, CAV. Suggest to. Eighty something, right. Eighty three pages of the US Department of Justice. Framework on digital currency enforcement and. Too Long didn't read from what I can tell nothing too crazy except that they don't understand any of the legitimate use cases, crypto currency, and that's about fifteen pages of illegal uses of cryptocurrencies. You can see the Linda they're coming from. So it. All boils down What you said many times in the last few months that is government is not going to be comfortable giving up control of the current the power. Right that's all it boils. That's that's the theme here. Is that hey y'all crypto usages cute. And all, but we still are more powerful than you could ever imagine. I don't see. That way that may be true but at least in the context of this particular release. it's the Department of Justice. They're going to view it through the framework of illegal use cases in the things they're trying to stop and protect people from. Or catch bad people from doing stuff at when they look at cryptocurrency through that Lens enables a lot of. People who would like to do bad stuff to do it a little easier potentially. That's only Lindsey care about let's that. They're trying to like look at it having enforcement framework for. Like how does this enable the people we're already looking at and tracking and tip to stop to do the things that they're already tried to do. Not. Like don't expect. Quality. Like. To come from this. This is only going to be like. How do we stop it or how do we watch it? How do we? How do we survey? Harry punish people for doing the things that we're trying to stop the. Do they incorporate this into the has has like people sending money overseas. Like Tie ed to. Them harboring money or like putting money off shore for tax evasion purposes things like that, right? Proof could we put towards a specific type of cryptocurrency use case in the context tax evasion? Do. You think that the US DC an like these different. What are the combs CBD central digital currencies are just like vaccines for the financial systems of the of the of yesteryear? Are they just a way for them to basically you know? Put a virus in the CRYPTO system in see all the Times that crypto touches their digital currency. Just. A portal is the gateway this. He's from my perspective. This is a hard it's. What I like. So she says. Terrible. Terrible case worst case scenario is like, Hey. We got a handle on things things that had watched stuff key people for doing things, and now have a lot of controls on. Money floor or whatever like this comes out it's so dreadfully increases the access at ease in which people can sit value. Across the Now, we've got to do our jobs again. All.
Martha Stewart Launches a Line of CBD Gummies
"Everyone hey, what do you think Martha Stewart does to unwind it's easy to imagine her lighting some organic aromatherapy candles perhaps are wrapping herself up in an Egyptian cotton row but actually turns out the queen of domesticity has picked up a few tips on relaxation from her bff in cannabis connoisseur snoop Dogg lately she says she favors CBD Gumy's. She likes them so much in fact that she decided to launch her own brand steward is partnered with canopy growth. The world's largest marijuana company to develop a line of the sweet treats. But these aren't your average mind. You Stewart's Gumy's are fashioned after French pot if we which is a fancy name for fruit flavored jelly candies coated in granulated sugar, they come in flavors like blood orange and blackberry, and are infused with Canada dial or. which is derived from hemp plants for those unacquainted CBD is different from that other cannabis chemical t h see that's the one that gets you. HIGH CBD won't alter your reality but users do credit with a wide range of health and wellness benefits. It's popular for managing pain anxiety insomnia. Among other ailments. But whether it actually does any of those things isn't exactly clear. In Two thousand eighteen the FDA approved a CBD oral solution to treat too rare seizure disorders, but the science hasn't proven conclusively that it's all that effective with much else that hasn't stopped CBD from gaining a loyal customer base though since it became legal in the US in two thousand, eighteen CBD CBD infused products
The Scoop on CBD With David Krantz
"Hey everyone. I am here with David Krantz David thank you so much for being with us here today it's good to have you back on the show. To push back, really appreciate you reaching out and setting this up. Yeah. Well, for those who don't know you, you've been on the show. But you are a sought after certified EPA genetic coach. Last time you're on the PODCAST, we talk specifically about epigenetics. Specialize in personalized nutrition, genetic testing optimal. You are the two thousand Nineteen International Forum on Healthcare Advancement, top one, hundred health innovator nominee, and your best known for creating the appear on genomics indicate cab annoyed panel. So you know a lot about the economic system, CBD EPA genetics all these sort of Geeky side things that I love to just like dive down deep into especially when we sent her that around. Because there's so much there. So I'm excited and let's dive in last time you talked about certified your work is a certified. Coach can you briefly share your journey a little bit of background for those that may be missed that episode WanNa know a little more about who you are and how you got here? Absolutely. So I like a lot of people who find themselves in the healing world had to really kill myself and figure out my own stuff I, and that's really what led me into the path. And My background is actually in music and electric music production performance, and in my early twenties I was touring musician and Meyde lifestyle and all the stressors not taking care of my body really just 'cause my health to crash and I started having these weird symptoms I was passing out randomly, which was not fun like wake up and realizing that I was just unconscious for a little bit. I saw a number of the mainstream doctors and they're basically like well, you're like a healthy young guy in his twenties like you're not. GonNa. Die of a heart attack. We can tell you that you're not gonNa you know. You don't have diabetes. We can tell you that right and beyond that there wasn't a lot of actual useful actionable information, and so it really forced me to do my own research and figure out what's going on. I've been listening to this podcast with the Guy Dr Dan Stickler, who is a world renowned expert in genetics and epigenetics sand I listening to all of his podcast episodes that he had out. And there wasn't anyone really talking about this stuff in this angle and I took a walk on my lunch break one day at work and realize the logo of this podcast that I've been listening to was literally on the building next door. Like one hundred yards from whereas working and the doctor had an office next door to me that I didn't know about. So wild. And so I immediately booked a time I wanNA blood work done with them. I wanted to work with them and it turned out they're actually looking to hire someone with an audio background to help them develop meditation programs and stress relief programs for this experimental sound chamber. They've built in this clinic and I turned out I had the perfect background you know immediately want to. Start working with them and right around the same time. This Guy Dr Dance declare who's he's a consultant to Google lectures at Stanford. He started a training program for teaching genetics teaching epigenetics and I haven't the replaced at the right time basically, and he was like, Hey, you should you know be a Beta tester refer this program like you kind of have a basis for it. Me Can pass his knowledge on to you actually said no at first I was still in the I`Ma musician. Kind of mindset and sure enough I actually ended up being the first coach that he trained. He's trained about three or four hundred worldwide now, and so that's really kind of what launched me into what I'm doing now, and since then I've gone on to develop a genetic test for economic function like you mentioned with Dr. Stickler and so it's really been a battle one eighty Cana journey for me in terms of going from someone who? Really needed help to kind of being on the other
Stressed zoo elephants to be given CBD oil to help them chill and stop fighting
"In Poland are hoping that CBD oil will help the elephants relax. The Warsaw Zoo says it's giving the CBD hemp oil to two African elephants. After they became stressed following the death of another elephant who was the head of the herd. Head zookeeper says elephants Khun struggle for years. Over the loss of a herd member. They say they'll monitor the animals moods as they take the oil. The oil does not have psychoactive properties.
Stressed zoo elephants to be given CBD oil to help them chill and stop fighting
"Zookeepers in Poland are hoping that CBD oil will help the elephants relax. The Warsaw Zoo says it's giving the CBD hemp oil to two African elephants. After they became stressed following the death of another elephant who was the head of the herd. The head zookeeper says elephants, Khun struggle for years over the loss of a herd member. They say they'll monitor the animals mood. Mood's. There are two of them as they take the oil. The oil does not have a psychoactive properties.
Marijuana sales spike during COVID-19 pandemic
"Making a comeback what's going up the hill from his radio? Yeah. Good morning, Tony. This is this is really an interesting twist here because in the midst of the pandemic where we've seen our economy go onto shaky ground we have We have our unemployment hovering in double digits. Now the marijuana industry has really gone through the roof. Here. We have seen a an increase of 40% over last year so far this year and the sales of cannabis in the country. Medical and recreational expected to be more than $15 billion that number is expected to go over 35 billion by 2024. And is this connected right now to the pandemic, the experts say. Absolutely, it is Tony because anxiety right now is the number two reason that people list for getting a medical marijuana card and medical marijuana is now available in 33 states and the District of Columbia. In some form, like in Kentucky, CBD oil is allowed as part of that. But, ah, anxiety is listed as number two on Lee behind chronic pain, and, of course, anxiety has risen for a number of reasons during this pandemic. Another thing, the experts say, another factor involved his boredom. People are just a shuttered and in many cases have been from time to time during this pandemic, and this was kind of a release there, and also another factor to is that they say. That the extra $600 a week for the unemployed well with extra disposable income. Some of that went to the purchase of U got it Marijuana, So this is really creating a situation where this is booming At a time when many businesses are really struggling, there have been record sales reported. In states like Illinois, Oregon, Colorado all have recreational marijuana, Of course, Michigan expected to top $2 billion in sales over the next couple of years. California's number wanted over $3 billion a year in sales and get this one in Pennsylvania. Tony Patient visits to cannabis dispensaries, up 70% since February. Wow. So are they smoking token or nibbling doing a little of each? It's a little of each of the main and and of course, it varies from state to state on what is allowed for medical marijuana. Like I said in Kentucky, it's CBD oil in others. You might have any, uh, any type of option in other states who might have only edibles allowed or even some type of topical treatments. So it varies from state to state, but still, the most popular overall is the inhaled variety. So let me ask you a question, because what's interesting to me about all of this is that it is still a federal crime possessed by or sell pot. If the if the fans wanted to crack down and they don't have the prison support And or the placing, probably to be able to do this. But if they were to crack down on this particular topic what for that, too? Could it be done? I really don't think it could be done because a lot of states in particular have decriminalized. If they have not legalized it. They have de criminalized. It s so that even possession of marijuana for recreational use will not be prosecuted. If the federal government wanted to try to crack down on your right marijuana is still a schedule one Drug, according to the federal government. The same thing is like heroin would be or cocaine. So if they wanted to crack down, I suppose they could, but they would not get any cooperation from local authorities. That's for sure. Ah, and it's only a matter of time before that changes on the federal level as a CZ evidence continues to mount that that there may be some some riel benefits of of cannabis use for some people who might be suffering from Chronic pain or things like post traumatic stress disorder and a number of other ailments. It is shown to be effective for. Yeah, that's that's a great question. Another one Tony is what do we do about driving under the influence? Since there really is no test for this? You can't do a Breathalyzer. But as the youth becomes more common nationwide. You would think that there's gonna have to be some type of measure taken to confront that
Dr. Abby Lev
"Welcome DR PODCASTS everybody support those export us, check deposit Dr Dot Com. Let. Me Get ready to my guests and my treatment Dr Abby Live. She decided bay area. CBT Center is where you can find her. Online. Dot Com she's the founder she's a US ideas. Psychologist and she has three relationship books acceptance and commitment therapy for couples acceptance and commitment therapy interpersonal problems. And interpersonal problems workbook Abby walpin program. Thank you. I'm excited to be here. So he two things I WANNA do today. So People talk about CBT all the time, right I always find that I ended up waving my hands and CBD practitioners Kinda grandmothers a workbook. We change your thinking and there's lots of sort of vague descriptions of would see bt is so one thing I'd love to do a little bit today is you to do some CBT on me? Yes yeah, okay and and just Today to in the middle is Kobe or a perfect data dulas DVD. Yeah. Yeah it is. But this this situation is pretty depressing. Yes. Yes. Now already started working on me but. Before we do that. I WanNa talk a little bit about acceptance and commitment there. What is that? Acceptance and commitment therapy takes its third wave behavioral therapy. So on the more third wave, cvt therapies take a more acceptance and mindfulness based approach. So rather than challenging thoughts too much they help us create some distance from plots and mindfulness and be able to diffuse from thoughts that they're not pulling us towards certain behaviors. Thoughts have less power. In. Controlling our behaviors. Zooming you example would be your in conflict with somebody and you have to become aware of your thoughts and how they're affecting the conflict. How is it different than dialectical behavioral therapy where you're trying to pull in your thoughts and awareness of the other person's thoughts and feelings right. Right, well, dialectical behavioral therapy is a form of cognitive behavioral therapy. So there's like a cognitive behavioral therapy umbrella. Cognitive behavioral therapies a DVD t would be one of them act would be one of them. emotions compassion focused therapy would be one of them or functional analytic psychotherapy would be one of them. So there's a lot of. Therapies that are considered to be more behavioral. Like psycho dynamic therapy is not so much behavioral. It's more insight focused and cognitive behavioral therapies more behaviorally focused. We do techniques and exercises under certain thoughts and feelings act as barriers to. to actions to behaviors. So it's not so much like figuring something out or having insight about something. It's more about practicing certain skills that help you change your behaviors, the fourth component for form. Therapy functional analysis which called. ME. What does that? Functional analytic psychotherapy is a form of behavioral. It's it's a very behavioral intervention where you're thinking about your own behaviors as a as a therapist what are some behaviors that you want to do more of or less of, and you're thinking about your clients cavers and you're doing a lot of. Against punishment and reward in your own interactions as to shape behaviors
"c._b._d" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown
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"c._b._d" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"I'm listening to the sound the radio and then you're in the moment and then all your thoughts what's which were probably distracting you and not really necessary at that. Moment will bring you back to the present moment. The other thing is we love you guys c._b._d. Is huge join now so also there's some great things that you can take like c._b._d.'s veritas farms which i love artas farms because they have their own goddamn farm like like i understand that a lot of other c._b._d.'s are like different. There's so many now you don't know where to start just like that. They like you know work comes from and they've tinctures and they have bombs uh-huh and they have gumy's and they can help you with anxiety. They can help you just kind of relaxed and even just taking a gummier tincture than just saying. It's not psychoactive c._b._d. Eh and like having a ritual my pre-sex or pre masturbation rituals wells like the guy said legged and the candle getting my toy out putting my phone away lock locking the door doing the things that i'm like okay. I mean my masturbation space by masturbation towel so make it like part of your morning routine. Make your masturbation routine thing thing that you do to get ready legs. Yeah yeah have all of your things nearby yeah. I only recently started getting into fantasies kind of what you do well. I do kind of like i kind of like really. Does you know like those like flip books where you flip it and it's like a thing happens like book or whatever the story or something and i kind of have that with like all my really sexual moments and i kinda like in the it's like my spank bank but it's like a flip spank bank and i go through all of it and and then all the parts always ever changing. There's always different different guys different faces in different situations. I might have been this guy that fantasizing about but it was with a different guy that i did the thing and then i just go through a bunch of really really quick almost like my sex. Life is flashing before my eyes yeah and you've had to build up to that yeah because i used to. Just go like you go. Oh straight for a mike. I know what an orgasm feels almost channel it in like thinking orgasm orcas orgasm but lately because i've been using the same thing over and over again. I'm i'm starting to switch that up because it's not working as much yeah so. I'm finding that the fantasies are actually getting really hot and i'm trying but now i want to write my own thing thing down right now. I think you should write it all down. I think it just to a re be reading your own roddick. I mean i'll never forget the listener it was like he wrote down erotica from his relationship nations over what he wanted his wife to do what had turned him out of the past and she read it and then she started doing those things and found out what turned her on as well and like for me yeah. It'll be like if i'm with someone. I don't know i feel like i have more of the romantic fantasies. Look i'll be thinking about kissing and then i'll think about usually it's oral sex so would you say man going down on me usually his people pleasing me. Yes my fantasies yeah. Would you say though that do you fantasize actually more when you do have a partner or when you don't have a partner i would say that when i have a partner and it's new i fence about got them in the beginning and i think i'm mostly in my life have gone through periods of fantasy. It depends on the day fancy and and just breath so i would say it doesn't fluctuate with partner but at different times in my life. I've been more like remembering things from the past or a string of memories of like oh. These are all the the times these guys are going down on me or or we were having sex in this bed or like i think all the real thick..
"c._b._d" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"On the apple app store or google play. That's friends without the our best fiends. Yes tiny best fiends join me. I know that you're into c._b._d. Yes and there is now something something going on called. We'd washing yes because i personally being an explorer of the space have noticed c._d.'s popping up in everything you can get it in lot autozone the fucking corner in my house the copy of its everywhere and i've even had some c._b._d.'s sponsorships and if i'm being honest i kinda don't really know what it is yeah. So can you explain to us what is c._b._d. What are the benefits of it. And how do you use in your products and then we can go through all all your staff sure yeah so after working in pharmaceutical advertising for as long as i did. I'm very hesitant to make claims about anything. That's a very good <hes> disclaim. This claim yeah just because you know there's still a lot of research <hes> that still needs to be done and most of it is anecdotal. There are some studies being done. <hes> there's still a long way to go in that space and that's why i feel very strongly that it's my responsibility to help to elevate and move the industry forward as a whole. This isn't about me and my products. This is about incredibly healing plant medicine that can help people in so many different ways and we were just starting to scratch the surface on that so c._b._d. Is something thing that i didn't really know much about a couple of years ago. So when i was in my early twenties i flipped my car three times. Oh yeah it was really crazy. I was almost killed and i they have a lot of neck and back problems because of that and you know every few months or so the same thing. I'd throw my neck out. I'd go to the doctor. They'd give me the percocet they'd give me the flexible that whole thing and i went to a new doctor at cedars and you know i was in excruciating pain barely move and she gave me me those prescriptions and she said i want you to stop at men and get some c._b._d. Oil on your way home because i think it'll really help them so i got some c._b._d. Oil it was like a combination asian of c._d. Of little bit of t._h._c. and it totally changed my life. I could move my neck in like ten minutes. After taking it. It was wonderful. I didn't even end up filling the prescriptions for for like the narcotics yeah. It was really unbelievable and i mean when i tell you i had excruciating pain. It was very very debilitating. <hes> so that's how i got into it and so the way that c._b._c. works is that everybody has an endo cannabinoid system in their body right yeah. Everybody knows that but it's you know c._d.'s in a lot of naturally occurring things like celebrities and breast milk. Actually yes so basically when you use c._b._d. Orally or topically interacts with your endo cannabinoid system which can help relieve pain. It can help with stress again. Don't wanna be making claims.
"c._b._d" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
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"c._b._d" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Talk. I <hes> okay we we d- do you know the sixteen nineteen. The president's statements the economy but he can. We talk about c._b._d. For a minute we have spent a lot of time on this. I just the only reason i asked is. I stopped at a flash foods earlier to get gas and they're selling c._b._d. Oil in the gas station and i just i i see it everywhere. Now is like a you know for a while down in making <hes> you realized that there were asian theme massage parlors. There's all over the place in fact i i. I never really thought much of them until i it dawned on me. One night i had to go downtown to be on tv and i never ever ever seen any of these places. The the the light was on saying they were opening. You never saw anybody there and then drive in downtown when to be on t._v. After ten o'clock at night i mean there were are the places were busy as why is a massage parlor open do open like in the middle of the night at ten o'clock oh aw and then started doing research middle eighty up in gwinnett county who started explain to me how human trafficking works. Oh now the only reason i say that i'm not trying to human drafi nece into dissertation on t._v. It's just i never really noticed in now. Suddenly there's just an explosion lotion of c._d. Places and now that i've i've seen it in put it together. Suddenly they're everywhere. They're everywhere and for those those of you who don't know you're starting to see these things crop up. I assume most people <hes> my age and younger probably have some general awareness of it. It's a component of medical marijuana marijuana. It comes from the hip plant more often than not than the marijuana plant <hes> the hip hip and marijuana it basic look the same <hes> at first glance now. The reality is more complicated than that when it comes to the the the buds on marijuana plant that are typically smoke to get high with t._h._c. you e- not necessarily case and let's just say no one is walking around downtown atlanta right now with the little ziplock bag with with him in it. They're just not <hes> but so c._b._d. Comes typically from him. The governor signed legislation and that makes him legal to farm in georgia. It's being viewed as crop in fact. Let me just read this email to you. I got an email. A company called georgia extracts x. tracks <hes>. There's no e exits just x. T. r. a. c. t. s. It's an industrial hip manufacturer based in in georgia. This is a person who wanted to reach out for p._r. The founders of georgia extracts are notable for the role in writing the georgia hip farming act which governor signed into law this past may the law remove legal barriers that have prevented farmers in the state from growing the plants fast-growing speed offers a promising path to recovery after hurricane michael wiped out the farms in georgia origin throughout southeast last year so you know texas has been considering now legalising hip and they're running into issues in their pointing to georgia's saying don't do it and the reason season is because you've got local police who are saying you know essentially legalizing the growing of hip has legalized recreational marijuana in the state reason is in being is because they don't have a test to determine the t._h._c. level <hes> all street hemp and marijuana have t._h._c. in them but hip has a very reduced like points three tenths of a percent <hes> marijuana wh where you have to smoke marijuana with the t._h._c. in it of a high percentage. That's where you get the high hemp you can't. You can't smoke camping. Get high basically <hes> might as well smoke oregano but it just i it's the whole thing is is weird that all of a sudden c._d. Places have sprung up everywhere and does it actually do any good good well. Let let me just read to you from harvard. C._b._d.'s.
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"c._b._d" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"C._B._D.. Even faster which is why drug dosages are not the same between lab animals and humans in the clinic but if you use the scaling factor of Allah Metric Scaling and actually look at at how much C._B._D.. A human I need to take it comes out to thousands and thousands and thousands of milligrams to actually produce a cytotoxic effect so ultimately for those of you who saw this research study <hes> it is and I I know we do a lot of studied debunking on this show. It is something that's that's irrelevant and in addition. There is some pretty good research that C._B._D.'s actually protective against things like alcohol induced diagnosis and non alcoholic fatty liver disease and certain other liver diseases so I would say that <hes> for those of you who U._C._D.. For for sleep which will address in a moment <hes> you don't need to worry at all about it harming your liver unless you're using I don't know C._B._D.. And in <hes> Jack Daniels or heck sane or something like that in common mixture washing that down the hatch so just know that you gotta look through research with Wary Eyes Yeah. Yeah this is kind of similar to the whole idea or I've seen research studies where they've given rats like just copious amounts of fat where I guess in an effort to kind of demonstrate fat effects and Kito Service and it's just like a lethal dose <hes> the deliver of the rat can't handle it. It's not meant to metabolize it and so it's kind of seems like something similar just on the C._B._D.. Level well in in <hes> in rodent research. You know when when you go inside what a lab mouses high-fat Diet would be it's far different than what we would see in say like a a properly structured Mediterranean diet or even a healthy ketogenic diet like the Standard Standard Chow given to mice is often highly rancid fats <hes> in some cases mixed with smaller amounts of very process sugar which I believe is related to a question in that will get on today's podcast but I mean you can go and try to buy rodent lab chow and typically like ground up corn and soybean and yeast and they throw some multivitamins in there and then you know spray dried way A. and different types of animal fats in many cases you'll find some vegetable oils in there some sunflower and safflower and soybean oil and it's it's really not relevant to a well-structured wholefood based human diet <hes> we digress aggress a little bit but yeah you are correct in not only the roads themselves don't translate well to humans but also the methods used in Rosen lab. Research often doesn't translate well also but related to C._B._D.. Another interesting rusting studying in this one not to sound hypocritical it was actually done <hes> in rat liver but it looked at daytime dependant changes of cannabinoid receptors in rat liver so it's it's not that they were dosing the rats with C._B._D.. They were instead looking at how the cannabinoid receptors change in terms of their sensitivity during the day and what appears is that the twenty four hour light dark cycle which is also called the Die Ernal rhythm that directly affects the activity of the cannabinoid receptors so this explains why in this is quite common for people some people you know this is. This is something you see more and more hemp coffee and C._B._D.. Coffee in C._B._D.. Tea and whatever OECD overnight oatmeal and anything else people are having in the morning <hes> I even have used and talked with Dr Ted Ayako so when I interviewed him about these little nutro compound teammates. It's basically a Microsoft Nicotine Microsoft methylene blue and microdosing C._B._D...
"c._b._d" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast
"I have ever tried and the one that I feel is truly the best out there. It's called ohi Energetic Spelt O._J.. I- energetics and here's why it's awesome first of all it is over twenty times more absorbable than most C._B._D.. which makes it an incredible value over ninety nine Percent Ohio C._B._D.? Gets where it needs just to go on your body because of their acted colloidal technology which is not like was Omo like ninety percent of the C._B._D.. On the market and in fact ninety percent of the C._B._D.. And these life was oils. Don't even make it pass the end liver and into the blood. This is called the I pass effect. Then ninety percent of this debate does make it through is it in the right form to be available to the cells that need it Ohi solve this problem with their colloidal system. I was skeptical and tell you the first time I tried it. I felt a noticeable like very noticeable affect in about fifteen seconds which is so much faster than the twenty to thirty minutes with other brands. I've used so now whenever I feel any stress wearing anxiety or have trouble sleeping. I use it in the solve that problem under twenty seconds there see deep deep is derived from completely organic ingredients and it's batch tested by third-party vendors which is important for heavy metals. B._O._C.'s pesticides herbicides microbes an to verify the content of Turpin and collaborates because this version absorbs faster. You also know if you're getting the right dose because taking too much. C._B._D.'s not a good thing either. Here's how because Ohio works so rapidly it causes your body's cannabinoid receptors in the tongue to modulate big words but what this means is is that the C._d.. Will taste bitter when your body needs more C._D.. But will change sweet when you've had enough so to test it. All you have to do is take only a quarter of a dropper. Wait thirty seconds and then feel on your tongue if you taste bitter or sweet. If it tastes better you just repeat until you get a sweet. Almost honey like taste. Ohi is also a certified B...
"c._b._d" Discussed on On The Line with EstÃ©e Lalonde
"She was taking supplements to help with her. I said you can also use a topical cream. What about headaches and Migraines yes so there haven't been enough enough? Studies related to this. There's some preclinical studies right now but we have had some <hes> some people come to us saying that they've been applying <hes> some of the face oils to their temples and that's helping them I and some of the tinctures under the tongue which is helping them but let's still an area to be explored I see and what are the categories have we missed sleep. We've got sex skin care and that can literally just be like a face cream a serum <hes> <hes> masked the whole thing yes skin casse amazing skin kids actually massive and there's also different very different products and of course you can also mix it with other ingredients that are really good for you so we have a serum for example. That's with twenty different different botanical super high powered C._B._d.. Products Actually Marissa's favorite skin Zarem it smells delicious but it's also really good for your skin and then we have different products that more for programmatic skin which then have vitamin mm-hmm in C. Vitamin A. and a little bit of salicylic acid for example overnight mosk is slightly exfoliating which also helps you to keep your skin clean them or something that that lights you up in the morning which gives you a little bit more extra aglow which has like Omega threes six nine and so and so there's all different you can add different ingredients to it. This is what makes it pretty powerful as well and bath bombs. I've heard yeah we just started working with a U._k.. Brand we have some bath bombs. <hes> those are extremely soothing. It's really good for your skin so that's going to be transdermal penetration rice <hes> it after like I like to use it after a long run helps my legs <hes> so that's great when I was at your event you guys had some candles burning and I was like God these candles are insane. They smell so good and I was like God. Why am I feeling so common here? They were breaking Erkin ellery life everywhere. I just burning oh can I put it in like my like like humidifier like like my diffuser thing like oil into that and steam it and throughout my house. Can I do that. Yeah that is okay. which product would that be like an oil that you're how do you how do I is? It products idea you. We have some on the possibly possibly coming okay so that would be more like a C._d.. Essentially that's essentially exactly I see but those candles I just back to the candles so you light that and you're breathing it in so is that why that's calming inhaling it. Yeah I love those candles. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA order. One of those candles okay so we've done skin-care them on sleep. We've done sex. What else is there pain pain so we've we've kind of done? Pain have done pain yeah okay so we focus on those five areas because we think those are have the most obvious therapeutic benefits for C._B._D.'s so when you're starting your own journey <hes> it's it makes most sense to go to one of those areas and there's more products in those five areas. We don't really want to confuse anyone in this already very confusing space yeah so we'll probably open up to more areas areas where we're looking at some other major uses for C._B._D.. But at the moment we have those five and we think those are five really good starting points absolutely so say. I'm someone who's listening at home and I've never tried C._B._D.. CD and I'm really unfamiliar with it. I go on your website. What's the first thing I do? I identify what I wanted for exactly okay. Do you guys have like a quiz or something like that like a product quiz..
"c._b._d" Discussed on On The Line with EstÃ©e Lalonde
"Let's get back to sleep. So do you think that that taking the oil. That's the best method for sleep yes. That is the most common methods <hes> that's what helped me personally and I feel like I'm pretty good <hes> tester for that <hes> my mom's an INSOMNIAC. She really tried us so actually I think I've been taking it for a while now and and the the most interesting thing is I don't actually have to take it now every night because for me the problem was internal chatter so every night I just was like so stressed out about not knowing I wouldn't be able to sleep kept me up. It was like this whole thing like I you can't sleep. That's exactly like it's anxiety inducing to get into bed exactly because you know you're just going to be sitting there for hours trying to sleep after I started taking C._B._D.. To sleep and realizing I didn't have to like dread going to sleep every night. I now don't have to take it every night right because I'm not stressed out about going to sleep because I know I can't sleep so it's really been the shift yeah and then in the morning you wake up feeling fresh or are you a little bit groggy. Yes so that's another thing if you've ever taken in a sleeping pill. You wake up groggy no matter what right <hes> C._B._D.. Keeps you asleep the whole night and you'll wake up feeling like you slept eight hours. Oh that sounds lovely. It's actually this really sweet story. We had a pop hop in London last week and there's one morning a lady bicycle by and you put the brakes on in front of our shop pop the head and said maybe is ladies just wanted to thank you for the best sleep that have had in years so this lady she was. She's smiling so happy she had been there the day before and she said I'm really struggling with sleep. I heard that C._B._D.'s good can you recommend a product and so she had actually taken C._d.. For this one night and she she said Said you had slept through for six hours which she hadn't done in years. I was so happy and this is such a beautiful story. I think in an amazing it really is because sleep changed. You know you're changing lives with C._B._D.. It really seems like you are because when you can't sleep most basic function yeah I actually I had. I don't know if it's hereditary but since my mom literally does not sleep I started getting I started not being able asleep and then I thought Oh my God. I'm never going to be able to sleep again and speaking about that anxiety so I started smoking weed. Oh my God guys. I've admitted it but I can't smoke weed anymore because it gives me so much like it messes with my head now now I used to be able to do it all the time in high school but yeah I think like as you as I've been more stressed out it kind of amplifies that and I think that's like my own. I can't control that anyway so that's why C._B._D.. is so like interesting to me because I would love those effects but actually it's probably what you would you like. Smoking weed is probably the effect of the C._D.. Anyway already so interesting. Is that okay so we have another question and I'm going to play it now high estee my name's Sam and I'm from Wales. I'd like to get some advice on C._D.. Oil Full and Michio says doesn't have to be an oil but any thing I was taken the oil but it was a horrible taste and he was making me feel sick so the best one to take for daily pain would be great thank you I love of this question so much and <hes> before we answer it. I know we were speaking a lot about taking C._B._D.. For period pain which was so cool to me <hes> and I've had people say that they put C._D.. On their tampons and that that helps helps a lot and you can just do literally just put C._D.. Like on your ovary on top of like your skin like crazy so I mean let's talk. Let's talk about the period thing first and then we can talk about more of the daily pain..
"c._b._d" Discussed on On The Line with EstÃ©e Lalonde
"Together from from the different places but we do have a lot of facetime every morning and I D- ding telephone and we actually talk on the phone for at least an hour so then during the day we we use slack and stuff to discuss everything every second weekend of we've actually we we say we're London interesting okay so you go to California and find all these cool like Sheikh products with amazing branding and it's all very cool and cute. You're you're trying at your both trying it and then you think we need to bring these brands to Europe and that's what Chile Korea's basically yes okay so <hes> yeah we saw all these amazing brands and Medicaid but there's definitely an interest in a market there so also away from what we just discussed away from the stigmatized plant it's everywhere and just with a with with a nicer packaging also making sure that the quality is top notch at that you don't have any pesticides in the products and so on really important too to also know in this market which products you taking so combining this but also products only from the U._S. products from all over Europe so we basically searched everywhere in the world for the for the best products on the market for the different needs that we that we kind of tried to serve which is stress pain sleep beauty and intimacy. Those are the categories yeah yeah. What's the legal situation right now with C. because even when I bought that oil I was like should I be bringing us back with me to the U._K.? I mean I risked it. It's constantly in flux so what I could tell you today might might change tomorrow right which is also really exciting. It's an industry that is that's growing and evolving every day we use only hemp derive C._B._D.. Because we're European company so we sell in. The European market in the U._S.. You'll find and Canada. You'll find C._B._D.. Dry for marijuana as well so it really depends on what location you're in right. T._H._C. levels have to be at a certain <hes> maximum depending on what country you're in so there is T._h._C. in C._B._D.. There can be an C._B.. Product in a C._d.. Product okay so they're both compounds in Europe. The limit is point two percent okay but that's by definition plant doesn't have more than point two percent T._H._C. in Europe K.. This is crazy. This is important. This is important. That's very important but yeah so but the this level actually is so low that whatever you do even if you have drink the whole entire muscle. It's not gonNA be psychoactive. That was the question that I got is. Can you overdose on CD so the W._H._o.. Has Come out saying that there's there's no <music> overdose <hes> risk risk and and it's it's safe to use and that it should be decriminalized and so it's been there's never been shown any any overdose. I say and I think because like whenever I talk about doing my podcast and stuff I'm like what subjects do you want to hear about and C._B._D.. Did come up a lot. Why do you to think that C._B._D.'s becoming the product that that everyone's talking about and everybody's interested in like where did this all kind of come from because obviously it's existed for a while I mean how long has it existed for forever? People have been taking for a long time. Yeah I read an advocate not not very long ago that even the Romans and the Greeks and so on day they have on their paintings that they put in the in these caves. They have the hemp plant in there already so it's like it's been used forever right just been over the last one hundred years or so. There was <music> <hes> law in the U._S.. That was put under the what's the drug misuse of Drugs Act something was put under this so this is why it's been banned but it's really only been for the past hundred years or so and.
"c._b._d" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"That point so I think you kind of have all these factors coming into play and then not to mention the bureaucracy and bullshit boxing I mean this is a dirty sport and you've got promoters. There's no regulatory body rights. If you think about that you've got the N._B._A.. The N._F._l.. Commissioner in each one boxing boxing is regulated state by state so you've got promoters all over the world that are conscious doing what they want and promoters that hate each other to the point where they won't even work together so then you've got a promoter. That's got a great heavyweight and another heavyweight wait which situation right now between Tyson fury and deontay wilder they should have had a rematch right away and fought but they're essentially different promoters different teams that can agree on terms so that's hurt the sport in terms of big matchups as well well. I think we also you know are due for like another massive star. You know like somebody like Mike Tyson. That just captures the imagination of everybody and I think that would be like a sea change in how we all perceive sport I agree. I think there's some stars out there. You'd be surprised I mean the highest paid athlete in the world's boxer Floyd Mayweather and I know he's retired but then you've got Anthony Joshua. You've got a Mexican kidney and Canelo L. O. Alvarez who is a huge star. You've got <hes> deontay Wilder Tyson fury. These are maybe household names kind of if you like sports so I think it's it's doing well yeah well. We'll see what happens on July twenty the twentieth man I can't wait yeah you get <hes>. Do you get drug tested. Yeah yeah everything by water the World Anti Doping Agency which <hes> you have to count for your whereabouts all that kind of stuff yeah you get tested youth rottkamp bore before after the fight you know in that depends on each state but yeah they they make sure that everybody's playing on even even field. which is you know awesome? What sport can you do? You take supplements anyhow supplements you yeah yeah you gotta be careful. <hes> <hes> so I'll take vitamins or anything that my nutritionist recommends or anything that I've been reading about in learning about but I I I'll clear with my lawyer you know because the worst thing the world's get pop for something and it happens. Sometimes guys get popped. Sometimes they're lying Ryan. Sometimes they're not but you get pop for like tainted stuff and you thought you were taken so yeah at this level. You just gotTa be careful right and so meanwhile while you're pursuing this also running this business yeah yeah the C._B._D.. D._V._D. Company <hes> so walk me through. I know C._B._D.'s played a big part in your healing from from A._S.. And now has led to this kind of entrepreneurial venture the ass so you know as I mentioned I I've always had an entrepreneurial mindset but wada in early. Two thousand seventeen approved C._B._D.. They took out the ban list and so I started taking C._D...
"c._b._d" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"This is why culture to be wary of some of those wilder promises made by marijuana executives even though on the big believer in the long term thesis of the destruction of perhaps more than two hundred and fifty billion dollars worth of current sales of other products now one reason these talks have been so tough to own that many shareholders seem to have unrealistic expectations. There's some people who think that marijuana is going to be legalized U._S.. At a federal level some time in the not too distant future. I hear that all the time let me tell you something. That's not what this Congress even the C._D.. Criminalization from late last year was less generous than it sounds. You need to produce the stuff the way the Department of Agriculture tells you to or it's still off limits and now we're starting to see pushback from the F._D._a.. D._A. which wants to establish a regulatory framework before it lets companies add the stuff to food products. Dietary supplement's probably seeing these C._B._D.'s stores popping up all over the place but it hasn't been the slam dunk that many investors thought it would be and the big package food companies. They still seem very hesitant to get involved. I ask all of them about this. Were poorly. Recreational weed is still illegal real crime federal level and while the House Judiciary Committee started holding hearings of decriminalization yesterday this is a long way from becoming coming actual war of course the states keep legalize it in a piecemeal fashion but if you're heading the congress will take action making so that all the big say consumer packaged food companies would come in and start doing things. Don't hold your breath without the promise of legalization here the U._S.. You have to make decisions on the canvas stocks but he still numbers no more optimistic promises and the actual numbers are complicated to put it diplomatically that brings us back to Kennedy quote the best player in the space a few weeks ago Kenneth reported a quarter that was widely seen disappointing pointing especially by Controlling Shareholder Constellation which decried the week this on their own conference call well can it be sales are still growing like a weed..
"c._b._d" Discussed on Tights and Fights
"To talk about it and the truth is I'm learning just by sharing my truth. I've helped so many people that people come up to me all the time. Do I watched headstrong man. It was so inspiring and if you read the reviews we've got not one bad review but everyone I didn't expect this. The bugler people are telling me it's important. It's changed their lives and and after a couple of months now I'm starting to feel like you know it really is important because now I I WANNA do my part to address the concussion situation which isn't just sharing my stories and awareness also working on developing a line of C._B._D.'s that can protect the brain and <hes> be able to talk a lot more about that in the near future but that's one of my very important project said it's going on but I'm always willing to talk about my experiences. I mean nonfiction is easy. It's already happened in. What do you WanNa know? We'll let me ask you something. You've had a thirty thirty plus your wrestling career and I want to stay on the topic of concussions. You WanNa talk about your your broader careers well but compared. It feels like around the time you you would have gotten into the industry at that point. You Get your Bell Rung you show up and then you keep keep keep working and that that seems to have I don't know I don't know that it's changed but it seems like the awareness like you've mentioned around. concussions has changed and yet recently. We had an e w event where cody Rhodes took an unprotected shot to the head what what needs to be done within the wrestling industry and does this awareness that people talk about. Is it really changing things like what have you seen over your time. I believe yes <hes> the awareness is super important. I think that that is the the one thing that we can all do is be aware because <hes> the more aware we are <hes> the more people are talking about the more studying. We're going to be able to do the more we're going to be able to learn about it. <hes> I this. This may seem way but let's compare parrot marijuana prohibition years ago <hes> they said it's it's poisonous. It'll kill you. It's toxic. It'll make you violent evil for I mean that was back in the thirty seven so for all these years they just don't talk about it now recently as they're starting to legalize it and it's getting because it was illegal to even test marijuana you couldn't grow it to test it for years. I mean in nineteen ninety. There was a lawsuit against the institution of Medicine. That's been suing because you they don't let anyone study marijuana now. In the last few years we're learning all kinds of things that marijuana can do for people and I knew most of it anyway but now we're learning to separate the different components in the plan of the C._B._D.'s the C._B._N.'s. B._B._N.'s the C._B._G._B.'s from the T._H._c.. It's like it's all about awareness and you've got to keep the conversation going when we can do that with brain injuries and we can we can talk about it. We can learn more pretty soon. We can have have cures and they are showing certain lines of of the candidate dials are actually effective in regenerating brain tissue. That's already died off and I mean that's going to help with Alzheimer's..
"c._b._d" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"I thought I would do like that. If I'm fighting a weight friendly state your guy you guys don't have to be tasted for we but you're going to be tested for the steroids and all that other shit you know you gotta get the blood test and all that other Luigi one of the week from the state yeah listen and fighters no. They're not GONNA get too high when they're fighting and may not get hired today the fight mega to hide yesterday day before today. I'm not going to be hacked multiple. Don't get high get high today other fight it a competition yeah absolutely <hes> well. I mean there's a lot of good things happening. You Wata removed to see so C._B._D.'s allowed the U._S.'s policies really interesting to me we had Jeff Novitsky in here who's their head of player fighter health and wellbeing or performance performance and he oversees all of that and you know he sees the the insanity of the cannabis rules. You know I mean guys taking punches to the head. You know you're sustaining this. These traumatic brain injuries our federal government has done research and shown has a patent on cannabinoid as neuro protective antioxidants so they've seen in proven in scientific studies that can nab annoyed the chemical compounds found in this plant actually helped L. Protect and he'll the brain from traumatic brain injuries. You know so it's obvious to me that this is something that fighters and pro football player football players should be allowed to consume to aid their recovery the U._f._c. it just seems like guys can smoke and then they can't for a certain period of time before a fight you know. I don't know what your guys. I think whether it's the N._F._l.. The N._B._A. and I may soccer occur any sport when you look at all changes always start with the athletes because there is no sport without the athletes I agree one hundred percent so <hes> you know whether it was free agency and baseball right not in it start with the athletes right the League never says let me tell you what I think's a good idea free agency right you know when you rewind the clock of all major changes. It always starts with player advocacy than player leadership so I believe that let's you're talking about. That's the path where it will come from. Also whether it's you know from sport acts or sport why I feel great. No no you go ahead. I was just GONNA I. I was GONNA ask these guys if there's anything that you know people should know about or <hes> about the P._f.. L. Happening right now. <hes> what do you guys have gone on. What's the what's the summer look like yeah? I'll start in the. I'd like a comment <hes> a N._F._l.. Season is ten events six regular season events you know each events about ten twelve fights and three playoff events in October and then the championship has always New Year's Eve seven pm to eleven live so gives you something to do you see on T._v.. Right and so we just just finished the first half of the regular season so fighters fought one time. We'll start back in July with the second half of the regular season. Raw fighters will be able to fight a second time so once again E._S._p._N.. To live in the United States hundred forty countries around the world on local local T._v. each of those countries but I would encourage people to follow P._F..
"c._b._d" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan
"I don't think C._B._D.'s working for me again. That's where asking your therapist more questions about. How come we're amusing C._B._D.? And S._A._B.. Dec Bt of why are we using this approach. You know what made you choose this approach. What other approaches do people sometime in use to treat what I'm dealing with asking those kinds of questions <hes> and if you are doing your own research and you find something else that you think is interesting to you? Bring it to you therapist. If you're like oh I heard of this thing or I came across this article this kind of treatment <hes> or this technique and you know I'm really curious. If this is something that you've heard of or if you think it's something that would be helpful to me and opening the door for that conversation station <hes> because a huge part of counseling is you feeling empowered to make these decisions and to be included in your treatment <hes> <hes> it's it's so so so so so important <hes>. I hope that that those tips make sense <hes> another question with working with a therapist was at I I had a bad experience with a counselor. When I was younger any tips for going back so I actually I see this all the time where people have gone in the past they've seen a therapist and it was just terrible? They rather forced to go or the therapist did not get it at all <hes> mm-hmm and it can feel very <hes> daunting. Even if you hadn't experienced it priors you just go to one session and it felt like this person was super. Weird didn't connect at all and then it'd be like I don't I wanna go back to do this. This is just too much like I was super vulnerable and then this person didn't even get it. Why would I want to put myself back in that and this is where I like to compare it almost like making friends as an adult because while there are very very specific boundaries in counseling staten this still there is a layer of friendship where you know it's it's? It's this report that you build with a with this professional counselor player so it's like yeah you go out. You're making friends house an adult. It's really weird to do some people. You're like Oh. I loved doing this with them. But then we went into this other thing and they they were so weird and then you're like Dr Vibe or you know you make a friend and then they hurt you in the near like no that doesn't work but that doesn't mean that you don't ever go on to make any other friends ever again same thing with dating and go on a bad day. Does that mean you're that you don't go on any other dates ever again. You might take a little break. I fine but I would caution you to not let it deter you from ever. We're going back to see anyone ever again and in terms of actually how you go back I think you really have to remember here and remind yourself and maybe even talk through this with a friend where just because it didn't work out. One therapist doesn't mean it's not gonNa work out with the next one and that it's okay because not every counselor and client relationship is going to be a good match <hes> and it's unfortunate but sometimes it does take a few <hes> and again that goes back to what we talked about in the previous section of you know being dedicated to that and saying I want this help so I'm going going to be in control treatment. I'm going to make sure that I get that treatment and again it in terms of tips for going back. It really does also depend because people's experiences could be so specific <hes>. I'm really always chocolate coming coming up with good examples. I hope that these examples thus far have been helpful but tips..
"c._b._d" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"What will everybody welcome business on that libreville i'm your host mcadams thank you for joining new today and today we're going to talk about cannabis dogs does that mean dogs well kind of but not exactly the canvas that is used for dogs hemp based not marijuana and for sometime hemp was illegal in the u._s. because i got lumped in with a lot of other forms of cannabis but today you see of course hempseed products and stores everywhere around you from skin care products healthy foods drink supplements etc but the hemp that's used for therapeutic benefits for your dog isn't exactly the kind that's on the shelves your local market the hemp that use for dogs is a whole herb cannabis so a little background on this might help marijuana and hemp both come from the plant cannabis sativa the cannabis plant has over sixty chemicals called canal there are two main types of capital wade's commonly referred to as c._b._d. and aspera my attempt to pronounce the official names c._b._d.'s are the therapeutic can happen as well t._h._c. can get you stoned marijuana's t._h._c. content can range anywhere from ten percent of much more depending on what you get and where you get it and then contrast the hemp plant has a content of less than half a percent so it's non intoxicating for both us for dogs hemp however is much higher cd which is the substance that provides therapeutic effects so with me today to talk about all this is an expert juliana correla c._e._o. and founder of treatable 's hemp wellness nutraceutical company for pets in two.