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"turpin" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast
"To be careful about making assumptions about trace concentrations of other navigates And that may not necessarily be turpin driving some of these differences in effects but it could even be the presence of trace amounts of other contaminates. So it's just a complicated puzzle. And so i guess the that's a long winded way of saying that in general. I certainly agree. That herbal synergy is the thing and that compounds interact differently. Complex mixtures than when You know delivered alone. But as far as being able to utilize information about the chemical profile of cannabis product to predict in effect We're not there yet And we won't be for a long time. I mean there's There are like genetics companies now trying to create diagnostic tools for assessing someone's You know kind of genetic underpinnings of indo collaborates system try to understand how to direct dosing And so the human physiology pieces another core. Part of the puzzle is not just about the chemistry of the product but the chemistry of in the biochemical dynamics and things of the person and so being able to predict effects as part of the entourage effects. That i don't like so much. Get more cautious about and try to dissuade people from kind of discussing that way. You know something that's high and lentil is not necessarily gonna make someone tired or sleepy. Something that's high in Penaluna's not necessarily going to make somebody feel Active or you know Energized and so we have to be careful about the assumptions that we make based off of the limited amount of information that exists And a lot of discussion around entourage affects is kind of in a funny way. Often based around research around turquin's that stems from preclinical research with isolated turpin leads And so trying to make any claims about what a is gonna do based on research like that is kind of the antithesis to the whole idea of the entourage effect in the first place So i just want people to be careful when they hear about the entre fact certainly erbil..
"turpin" Discussed on Cannabis School
Bassitt returns but Mariners beat A’s 6-5 for 4-game sweep
"The mariners picked up their fifth straight win by turning a four one deficit into a six five decision over the athletics Seattle rallied after Chris Bassett pitched three shutout innings for Oakland less than a month after surgery to repair facial fractures home runs what the ends to their tenth win a row versus the eighties cal Raleigh started to come back with a two run Homer mai chan again tied it with his thirty fifth and Louise Turpin's followed with a two run shot the outcome puts the mariners two games behind the idle Yankees for the second AL wild card the Acer for back I'm Dave Ferrie
"turpin" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast
"Actually simple not simple something as simple as that And can be life saving in that context and as we start to wrap up here enough. A hawker you're off for a while now but one thing. I wanted to make sure to spend some time on talking as we exit out here and we're kind of talking about Like negative effects and things like that you know we've talked about and she'll adverse effects of Everything what are your thoughts on. Interprets on I bring this up for multiple reasons. One i've i have talked with producers that make very High turpin extracts that Have been a little defensive. If i brought up that like inswing hi. This is problematic And part of that is just me speculating. I don't actually know. I just know that when it comes to things that i'm familiar with as far as environmental standards standards and things like that. There are requirements on exposure levels to Volatile organic compounds which turpin ended up fitting into that brew And so that's where. I kinda come from with it so i wanted to try to pick your brain on that before. We sign off Our turpin area of risk. That people should be paying attention to so. Let me. just say that. Turpin in herbal medicine turpin slash essential oils are the closest thing we have to pharmaceuticals in herbal medicine. And i say that because they're incredibly powerful in potent can be very incredibly official in the right dose for a key but they are also so potent so powerful that they can potentially be a very toxic to us so my feeling is that people. There's this love affair going on with turpin. seems like it's finally starting to fade. Thank god But now it's moving annoyed very good flavonoids but my my feeling is that we are dealing with something as potentially we don't understand how potentially toxic turpin can be in inside like to see people take a step back and say okay. What's the what's the benefit risk ratio here and. Don't get me wrong. They're incredibly useful. I use them my formula with all the time for companies but You know some of these jobs. There are thirty percents. Terrapins this talk about that for a second. Because turpin can literally be used as solvents pr- example lion is often used as a solvent right pining is often used as a solvent will think about Hailing a solvent into your brain at that kind of concentration at thirty percent. How long do you think those neural membranes. Last before they start to break down from just being. Yeah pounded by by turks Will you know it's not the same. But it reminds me of like huffing gasoline or something it's volatile compounds. Yeah yeah and like. I said. I know it's not the same after people are sitting there again. There's people probably destroying their Their funds are driving off the road. Listen to me. I'm.
"turpin" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"Like Three weeks ago Little cool little Zero in it came with a little bit of gas. Money has a field man. Like i first episode on. Cpg by the way you're quipped that you're chasing poker mediocrity. I feel like there's been some growth in change in the last couple of years. Definitely growth in change. But i'm still going to continue the chase. Poke media mediocrity. You caught it like it already. Been a wanted. Turpin i've wondered was before this is have via tournament has some jury top but is no different I would. I'm not gonna do is a take that money and start. Firing often caves where you actually find greatness. Only on no right. If.
"turpin" Discussed on WHERE BRAINS MEET BEAUTY
"That's new because you haven't been in contact with them for twenty years but at the same time is so nostalgic like family and that he is the whole reason. Why started the brand. Because i don't think i would have had the nerve or courage to do it by myself. But what happened was he took me to he. He'd been in the canvas industry. I always joke and say for longer than he should have been. He's got as much cannabis experiences. I have beauty. So it's a long time and so he took me to an event. It's kind of cliche. It was on four twenty and it was a cannabis cup. And i thought how really wanna go like even though cannabis was part of my life. It's always been sort of been like a closet cannabis person. I've always been a career person. Super-motivated people jiji all the time. So i always kept separate. So i i don't know if i wanna cow like okay. We'll go it will be be. Why not and so. He took me there and he's really connected like he is the golden key to the cannabis kingdom. He knows everybody. So there's all these there's all these awards which are very scientific and technical and he introduced me. He introduces me to these guys. Who were these award winners. That were doing extractions. So we start talking about Turpin which turbines is a chemical Constituent that makes flavor and fragrance and. I'm very familiar with them. Because i've worked with a lot of developed a lot of fragrances in my time and it's the same you get them. You can get turpin from basil. from lemon. there can be synthetic or you can get them from cannabis which gives it. That smells like we all know about that skunk he kind of smell that's turbines at work and there's a lot of different kinds anyway so we started getting into this huge discussion about terp beans. And i saying oh. That's what we use for..
"turpin" Discussed on Mo Egger
"Drive it. But the the still haunts is the forty two. Were planners turpin two years ago and we lost the game. that call. Aren't today like why i go for it and i. I still can't look at those seniors right way. 'cause i feel like we should have one night. We'll just so you know you. And i were on the same page philosophically. I hate punts. So we're we're on board a year ago at this time we're sort of in no-man's-land you're trying to get guys ready for a season. You're dealing with a protocols that you never could have imagined that you would have to deal with. We don't know if there is going to be a season we don't know if parents can come to the games. We want to know how the season's going to unfold. It has to be even for somebody who's who's been in the game as long as you have. It has to be so refreshing to have maybe not all of that but a lot of that behind you and you pretty much focus on getting your guys ready for the opener. Last year of like how to love the game was going through. Protocols have like the sacrifice people make on daily basis to make sure your kids are able to play then this year of getting a refresher course of like what. It's really like to be around teenagers again. What it's like to make a difference in their lives. It's refreshing to be around people Refreshing around and have staff meetings team meals all the little things behind the scenes that make high school football special. I think that is made it even better heading a year. Fifteen for me. I thought about this specifically during the spring of two thousand twenty when all this happened abruptly and spring sports were being cancelled and kids couldn't have senior night if you really think about. I hate to use this word it. Just it sucks so bad for the kids last year on a thousand different levels and that had to be hard to watch. It was hard to watch that you worked so hard for four years and your peers can't be around you on game night. Your peers couldn't disband. The cheerleaders.
"turpin" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast
"I very good co workers. taylor trou- and Blake ojos so if you run across them say hi. They are great now. Scientists and And cannabis production experts But they also have the cultural background in it so they they really needed to help me to understand when i look at the data what i actually want to optimize it for like okay. I can separate turbines from cannabinoid. Is that of interest in the weekend. Like yeah that is awesome. And don't throw this away I might have thrown away. Because i this is not my thc. So i'm just like you're right. Yeah so we actually these jobs laws off off of turpin fractions so we put them you put them in bog bull joss right best us and so we have this one. We have like five. I think we have a five liter. Glass job bowl jaw with. I think it was like tendering. Lemon strain or something yeah. Some ten g strain Just a turpin. Fractions on okinawa just took fraction and this thing is nearly full With toppings so they called it the job at the ball jar right. Yes that's awesome. And so now. We are separating cannabinoid from from turpin. So you can then treat your cannabinoid. It's a little hotter it chris. You wanted to have the box relations step in there. Then you ren- you remix it with your infraction. So now you never cooked utopians but you did teacup oxalate. You're thc acid to thc. You mix together so you get them rice Viscosity which we have a.
"turpin" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast
"And you can rely on academic labs the and the cute off we are putting on line will be capable of being upgraded to mobility so at some point we can really hit it and look at stuff because everyone who has run cannabis on olympics knows how complicated is two separate delta eight from delta nine thc But with i'm ability it's really easy. We will be able to look at some isomers. But also in the turpin side that pod. I was gonna say like that becomes really really big with turpentine especially given the Attention that turpin have now It's something i've been kind of warning. People about is the lot of the turpin data floating around in the industry. You know i'm not gonna say that it's it's all unreliable but it's all over the place and the methods for testing terrapins are Not great at least a lot of common ones that are applied and we all know that lyon has two different flavors depending on the an entrepreneur. And haven't yet seen anyone running a chiral g call him. No me neither now even if you do. Two d. a. Edgy which has floating around a little Also important and they also important for nominal. It's we are. We know that For thc al-faw a muscle the to divest aramis and then the respective and entrepreneurs of those Op present in the cannabis plant and and there's no not date on that so we want to look at that in the future so this only analytics but this is on the high analytic side. And that's an hour lab and that's really cool. But how does that hope a cannabis producer at their facility. Right doesn't it doesn't so my my now work background. And the cannabis. Industry has been at a cannabis producer out. Go and i therefore have this academic industry partnership thinking in my mind. And i'm i have to realize how do we not only develop these cool chiral methods for unknown cannabinoid but how do we built analytical methods that actually benefiting accountable produce at their facility..
"turpin" Discussed on Talking It Out
"I experienced it on you when you go out. You go hard exactly. That's why i say like when. I am decide to drink out. Are we going to have at the time. You know the worst part of twenty one. So far to me this comes from financial advisor mindset is just the The uncertainty the uncertainty but then also knowing that not everyone is is financially good positions. Right i i know that's like kind of moot killer but i'm a financial guy. Analysts you no doubt in is not good for everybody and so. That's that's not a really cool thing. I don't like seeing that Another one i will say is the worst part twenty one so far is i don't know i i stick with without. I'm just curious. You mentioned that you became even more of an introvert right during game. You say you're homebody do prefer a homebody or a woman that likes to go out like question. What what where do you fall on that. If you put a gun on. Hey now had to choose. I would probably prefer an extrovert. I like the opposite in that regard because my lady would help me you know she might you come into this event she you know she'll make me get out show like i still haven't seen the bats in austin is attraction here now being living here since last october. You know if. I had an extrovert lady. She she'll be like come on. Let's go see the bats. I like things like that. I just don't a woman. Do negotiate some bats. It's just there's lots of things in austin. I haven't done yet but if i had you know if my lady was like come on stop turpin day now. I'm going to do it because you know i. I desire that. So i would say that but i have no problem with. She'll homebody we're gonna be kicking back in our. Rpg is having a good time is printing. And i feel you rachel. rachel is an extrovert. She loves to get out there and network and that's good for me because as she pushes me to do something that you know. I'm like you i'm more of a homebody but it's good to have that balance that significant other that can bring out the best in aspects that you know you might not shine in correct. That's what i like about it. I just have you know. I have nothing wrong with updated introverted. Women and on friday and saturday. We'd be at the house chilin but i love those moments too because i like linen is.
Without Cruise Ships, Key West Residents Are Enjoying A Quieter, Clearer Harbor
"In twenty nine thousand nine. Almost a million people visited the small island of key west florida by cruise ship since late march. Twenty twenty the island like the rest of the country has had no cruise ship traffic. The whole industry was shut down by the pandemic now. Cruise lines are preparing to start sailing in the us again. As soon as this summer as wwl are ns. Nancy klinger reports key west would like that restart to be on a much smaller level but the state of florida has other ideas on most evenings. The key west harbor front is packed. Hundreds of people had their to admire the sun sinking into the gulf of mexico. Artists sell their work one performer. Juggles fire another balances a bike on his head out on the water. There's a big catamaran on a sunset cruise around boat shaped like a tiki hut with a bar in the middle motors past fishing. Boats had in for the evening but one kind of vessel is missing for decades cruise ships. Were an almost daily site in key west harbor but none of sailed in the us more than a year if key westerners have their way the big ships that towered over the low lying town are over last. November residents voted to limit. Crews visitation julia. Gonzales has lived here for twenty years. She's selling silk scarves masks bags at the sunset celebration on the harbor. She says she doesn't miss the cruise ships. I'm enjoying it. Actually well primarily because the beaches look more beautiful now the ocean. When i've been out there snark land st- everything seems just fresher and cleaner and better. You know it was very mckeever. Many many years and just slowly deteriorating and now i feel like what a chain isn't the only one who noticed benson is a local fishing guide. He says the area around cuba's harbor is a major thoroughfare for turpin an important game fish for the keys people come from all over the world to catch silver king on fly but benson says in recent years the silt stirred up by cruise ships pushed out the carpet and smothered the seabed
Dive Into Diffusion With Taylor Bowlen
"Taylor it's wonderful to have you here with us today. How are you hi. I'm great thank you. So much for having me so taylor. I know that the way that you got started in founder way to essential oils had to do with your young baby at the time being being sick. Can you tell us that story. Yes so my husband was teaching at the time and bringing home all the germs twenty four seven and we had a little three month old. She was constantly getting sick and it would go to her chest. The doctors would say we're not sure. Let's put it on this breathing treatment. Let's try this try. That and i thought. I don't want all of this to just try. I wanna see. How can we prevent this. So my husband actually was more familiar with essential oils than i was at the time because his mom used them growing up. She didn't use them as comprehensively as we did but when he would have an earache. They use tea tree so he was really familiar with oils and actually suggested them so. Once i started looking into them i realised that his could actually be an alternative for us to help prevent instead of just treat and then i dove right in and we have been using essential oils. Ever since i love that story. Taylor i love when you can see the impacts that generations that have come before can have on the future generations like you said even if it wasn't this super comprehensive passing down of all the essential oil knowledge in the world just having that exposure in childhood to essential oils. I could really opened up your husband to this world of You know these things exist. Let me give them a try. So that's that's just really cool to hear so he sort of introduced them to you. You kind of took it and ran you. Were using them on your daughter. She was getting sick a lot during that time. Yes yes she was. She was three months old. So i was trying to do research because she was still so tiny. So we diluted a lot and we had amazing results with and she wasn't getting sick after. Oh that's amazing. What oils do you remember like. Do you want to share a little. Bit more about what oils ear using. And how with her sure so because it went to respiratory we were diffusing eucalyptus in her bedroom at night and we would put lavender. And i use lemon and frankencense to help boost her immune system and i win with the gentler since she was younger and they worked so well for her. That is awesome. So i love that. This shift sort of happened later in your life a little bit. What's one of the biggest changes you notice when you started incorporating essential oils into your life not just with your daughter but for all of you i would still say it was health. Overall for my whole family was the greatest change. It seemed we would pass a colder something to each other once a month and you know. Medicine is not prevention so before oils. We'd wait until one of us got sick. Take medication to help that. Illness or just basically mask the symptoms and but incorporating oils. It allowed me to take preventative action. So we could make immune rollers and support our bodies naturally to keep our immune systems functioning at their highest level. And i honestly at first. I was amazed. I couldn't even believe it and i'm still amazed every day. At how amazing essential oils really are and they really do work. Yeah i've been using them for five years and or six. I think at this point and still some days. I'm just like well. Gosh these things to actually work. This is crazy later. I'm still like well that worked. Well that's awesome. Yes so taylor. I would love to start getting into diffusion with the i know you love teaching people about defusing essential oils and all the amazing benefits of that. So tell us. Exactly what is diffusion. And why should we be defusing essential oils. Yes so when we're diffusing and i'm talking more of using an sonic diffuser which seems to be the most common and widely used for essential oils. It allows the oils to be atomised into a microphone. Missed by the vibrating. Play that you see at the bottom of the diffuser so this vibrant at such a high rate. The waters turned into a mist containing millions of microparticles that can disperse into the air using sound vibration. Instead of heat which is key. The power of essential oils comes from the constituents. It's made up of and heating the oils can alter those so using an ultrasonic. Diffuser helps to maintain the integrity of the oil and allows the therapeutic benefits to be fully preserved and dispersed throughout. Your home and the microparticles can actually remain suspended in the air for hours after your diffuser even shuts off so you're still reaping the benefits a longtime after. There's really numerous reasons to defuse as your diffusing the oils or breathed in they can reach nearly every system in the body supporting respiratory health. Immune system they can help the body to relax or secrete endorphins improve the balance of hormones and mental clarity. Researchers are continuing to gain so much knowledge proving. Our emotional health has such a significant effect on our physical health and our sense of smell is directly linked to our emotions and memories in the limbic system of the brain so the squid turpin in essential oils can increase blood oxygen levels so that coupled with the sent can help the body to relax and release emotional blocks at the same time plus it only takes between twenty to thirty seconds after inhaling the essential oil molecules to reach the olfactory and limbic systems where emotions and sense a process. So it's truly remarkable.
"turpin" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast
"And then do the infusion and so d car that just means that you're converting all acidic. Thc in the raw plant or the dried flower into the election of thc. Instead of you absolutely want to maximize that d- carb is a good step but it makes it toasts the flower so it tastes kind of toasty a lotta times. I like to skip the step. And i feel like i get a better flavor that way at least for my personal taste that makes sense and it touches on another thing that i was interested to explore which is the role that the turpin fraction of the cannabis flower might play into all of this. And like you're saying if you d carpet obviously you're going to be purging. You know all of those aromatic components out and they formed new things and they tend to not smell to grade or tastes great How how if at all. How do turpin play into how you think about using Particularly herbal cannabis or even extracts. Guess if they're turpin rich when you're making things that you're not carving yet if you wanna use turbines you have to do it in a cold preparation because they're so volatile the evaporate when the heat is applied so they're kind of preserving turpin is at cross purposes with maximizing. The we talk about this law and the bunk apetite cookbook and we give some suggestions as to like how use her pains in cold preparation What i really like about the flavor pairings of cannabis and how you can maximize the pairing cannabis strains with dishes. Like that's really where we look at the turbines. Like if you're suppose you're creating a menu and you wanna have a progression of haired strains along with each course then you would look at the turbines in each strain that your smoking an attempt to match it with the flavors and the dish and this is something that i experienced for the first time with corinne carol.
"turpin" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness
"I just want more people to embrace the value and benefits of cannabis which requires them to evolve beyond that old stigma that's like the best articulation i've heard in a long time about the practical realities of this plant in a what brings to to anybody almost when i started. I was canada boomers. Because i'm boomer and i figured okay insomnia anxiety inflammation these things. Get all of us. When we're north of your forty five fifty in it's going to catch up with all this. I had to shorten the name to canada boom. Because the boomers just weren't showing up and like you said there's something for everyone. So i broadened my to focus a little bit another interesting aspect to this. I've talked with people like keith. Strep at normal one of the founders of normal. You know the old timers who fought the battles in the seventies and eighties to decriminalize in legalize in. They went at it as okay. This is an individual right in that really. Never resonated wasn't until began treating aids patients in san francisco who were nauseous. In they found the canvas could help them keep their food down and just help them feel better where it activated people's compassion and people went. Oh it's a it's a legitimate medicine Then you probably remember sanjay. Gupta's work with cnn where he looked at the pediatric epilepsy and how cannabis can help that. That really expanded people's mind. So you know. I think you're on the right track. It's it's about wellness and it's it is an herb. It's not some scary pharmaceutical. it's comes out of the ground and there's something in it for everyone. Yeah and and you know that when you learn about the plant itself to it's such miraculous substance i mean it's the most biodiverse plant on planet earth in terms of its chemical production capacities. You know what i mean again. You'd think about it. The plant produces a hundred plus different turpin different canaveral aides. It has different flavonoids Turpin all these different substances out of the single plant and the single plan has all these different. You know cultivars in varietals. That can be created from it and grown and all these different regions and grow so fast and it has regenerative properties for the soil. And it's an amazing plant. You know i mean i don't wanna get too biblical but it definitely does feel like it was brought here by god because of just the remarkable nature of it and we you know. It's so funny to me. I mean it's sad. Actually that somehow our society took this thing. That actually is so miraculous. I mean i always joke. If if a scientists discovered the cannabis plant today just for the first time it would immediately make the cover of time magazine. They would be the most celebrated plant in history. If all of a sudden we just discovered cannabis plant today. But we didn't win instead. We have this like hundred years of pupil..
"turpin" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness
"You know the today hands on training that goes into that and then alive Set of exams as well. They'll be tested on their level of assessment their level of knowledge and their level of service. So i'm jay. Does the only one that has an impersonal requirement but Everything else is online. I would think there are some nuances to that level of testing. I mean we understand. How a wine sommelier would switch it around and get the notes in maybe spit out. But how do you do that. When you're talking about cannabis are you taking hits and then going. Oh yeah that's from california. Or how does that work. So it's this is where the bulk of the development time has been required. We we started this project in twenty eighteen with eighteen They're the most experienced cannabis experts in our network that have also played a big role in transitioning into the legal markets. Meaning they're not most of these people have been in cannabis for twenty thirty forty fifty years in some cases But then also took that knowledge in transitioned into the legal markets. And so with this. The we call him the g. council we had to go through and really understand what are the characteristics of quality that dictate cannabis and so as we said. There's these four categories. There's there's appearance and you know most people actually don't understand what are all those dimensions like. For example some of the criteria are on tricalm density seen on the mount of tricalm's that are there then. there's also tricalm intactness the a preservation of those tricalm's on the finished product There's the the level of the trim. There's the level of the cure all these things that are quite advanced in terms of understanding to assess so there's visual than there's Aromatic aroma where you actually are learning to classify cannabis both by turpin profiles but also by flavor profiles in their sexy six categories. That have been developed that matched to the science of the turbines in. That's the aroma palette. And there's a flavor palette which is about consumption. You're actually smoking in learning how to develop in the mouth in in experience what it tastes like and there's a similar distributor palate from the aroma. But then there's also a tastes like pallet that's developed as part of this and then finally what's different about cannabis than other categories is we also assess affects In you assess whether it's got a you know an energizing relaxing quality whether it's more mental or more physical the potency of it. The effect of it the duration of the after effect. You know how it makes you feel as it comes down. All these are also judged in classifying quality of cannabis and so a gun. Jay is trained in all of those. You know individual nuances in terms of a knowledge base and then is trained in terms of palate an assessment how to actually discern those qualities And that's why it's really. It's another never been done before. It really cool really fun. Process took a long time to get your though. I can imagine but long overdue i mean again. We talk about one. Hundred years prohibition and there was some folklore that went along with that that was either you get high or you. Don't it's a binary state in what you're telling me it's no there's a lot of nuances and intricacies to this year going from folklore to science and it's a multi sensory experience in. There's lots to learn lost to teach. Yeah it's really. I mean i have to say it's been the funnest thing i've done green flower because i've been so intimately involved in developing the assessment methodology. Which means that i've now sampled hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of different cultivars through.
"turpin" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness
"Yeah when they when they switched to vaping full-time they consumption goes down for a while. But then it goes back. Well it sounds like for you. It's it's a more active thing. It's when you talk about sedation. A lot of times people think about being coach lockton. that's the old mindset of people who smoke is there stones and their slackers and they later on nothing but you're talking about kind of being more active and being able to dial in the effects of the turpin some can avenue and planning your own. Yeah hi yeah. I don't know how much of of the laziest thing is like. Preemptive if you wanna be lazy you wanna get high and be lazy as if you wanna if you wanna get high and be productive probably going to get. I envy productive Sativa has certainly helped me. You know i. I i wake and bake every day i usually wake up and i'll i'll make coffee in. Come down here and check my email and a few bowls before i i get active. But it's part of the routine. And i think the routine is probably more important than than the strain but for for certain I lean on sativa heavily. So i always have jack hair and lemon jack actually thirteen and When i when i was first starting to use medicinally i did have to be specific with temperatures like i would vape at three. Seventy three ninety. I would watch the dabs during the day. If i if i would have a sativa sativa dab during the day sometimes might get a little too paranoid something. My boss might ask me. What's going on. But keeping the temperatures realistic he totally be medicinal user. Alday onto the world probably wouldn't know any better. Yeah so you like the dynamite app in the crafty. They have the quality of materials like for a beginner. Would you tell them to look for a something with a glass airway or ceramic or you. Would you say look for hybrid or is pretty much discretionary. I know what you're looking for right. Yeah no nowhere. You're looking for and and really right. Now that that boils down to deciding if you want a session style vaporizer like a vaporizer that you pack abol with their point one and then vape on it for three to ten minutes as a session like you you sit down and you consume that that marijuana in several hits or if you want an experience where you you tackle in it once and go on your way maybe you come back and hit it again..
"turpin" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness
"The rest is all destroyed Unless you're spoke at a joint in which case the heat from the joint actually vaporizes some of the herb in the joint. It's kind of a paper vaporizer. But when you're when you're vaporizing it with with thermal extraction so when you pack your urban to a drier vaporizer heated up. You're able to extract consume seventy to ninety percent of the thc and cabins. Nothing gets destroyed. Nothing gets wasted. The the cabinet brought up to a boiling point In a controlled environment not does doesn't overshot. It doesn't doesn't have any flame to to ruin anything. There are no no carcinogens or no. None of the d- benzine's and other harmful and sedate of effects which is why it feels so different times when people switch to dry your vapes they don't feel quite as stoned and that's because they don't have those sedate lives in those benzenes those things that you're not supposed to have so more of a clear kinda sharper high. Yeah yeah and then you can adjust the temperature to right up and down. So tell us about that is are you accessing. Different turpin different boiling points. They are completely and and that's really where the magic begins. Because you know the whole indica hybrid sativa thing is kind of bullshit you know the labels make sense in the effects. Are there definitely correllated. But in reality cannabis has like one hundred and twenty plus different cannabinoid interpretations and those different entourage effects of those combinations of turpin. Those are really what decides how you're affected whether it's a mental high or cpi and those those turpin profiles correlate with different strains but it's not necessarily science and science but each each turpin. Each cannabinoid has different effects in different boiling points. So when you're taking a drier vape been vaping at three hundred seventy fahrenheit. You're you're limiting your experience to just the turpentine cabinet that would boil off at three seventy or below so anything that his above that range stays in your in your product. And you don't you. Don't they those candidates. So you can kind of customize your high if you with those effects are it sounds like it requires you to be a little more active in your experience..
"turpin" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Purity products. Dr. Levin, welcome back to the program. It's great to be here with you today, Pat. Hey, you know, I just mentioned is a toxic world were living in the environment is absolutely polluted. And I got to tell you I'm still shocked by what you sent me. This EPA That tissue survey that basically shows that were all contaminated by plastics and solvents, virtually 100% of us in our tissue. It's downright scary stuff, right? Absolutely. This is a scary subject. And as you mentioned that EPA that issue survey that that was done on 33,000 U. S residents, they found Turpin's plastics, chemical solvents in 100% of the samples, so basically Pat We're all contaminated. Then the environmental working group back in 2006 found that's half water in 42 states is contaminated by more than 140. Unregulated chemicals. Pat, This is the craziest thing of all they do. Studies of umbilical cord blood. They find dozens of chemicals in umbilical cord blood. So I mean, what are we going to do about this? What are we going to do about this toxic environment to cleanse and detoxify our systems on a daily basis? That's the question. So how do we do that? Well, that's where this next generation organic juice cleanse with our special liver support. Blend comes in handy because it has over 30 different Super foods. They nourish all the cells and tissues of your body. You get the vitamins and minerals fighter nutrients that we missed when we don't get that 79 servants a recommended by the FDA, the USDA of fruits and veggies. Bull's on top of that, because it's USDA certified organic. We're not getting any of the pesticides, the herbicides just all that pure organic produce that supports all our tissues. But on top of that goes to work supporting the liver. In its job of cleansing, the detoxifying the systems. You get that cleansing every single day with O. J. C on top of that, Pat best news of all today. We're giving away a free bottle of O. J. C to everybody in the listening audience. Now, purity isn't saying that they're organic juice. Cleanse Khun fix everything, but they are saying that it could be a compelling part of the solution. In fact, the organic juice cleanse is one of the hottest products purity is launched. Probably in the last 10 years. Everybody knows how hot juicing is these days and O. J. C is really organic juicing made simple. So tell everybody about the organic juice Cleanse and why you call it a quote unquote game changer. Oh, yeah, absolutely. Well, we know that using is sweeping the nation. We know it's super healthy, but the problem is, you know it's messy, and it's a big hassle..
"turpin" Discussed on KTRH
"For purity products. Dr. Levin, welcome back to the program. It's great to be here with you today, Pat. Hey, you know, I just mentioned is a toxic world were living in the environment is absolutely polluted. And I got to tell you I'm still shocked by what you sent me. This EPA That tissue survey that basically shows that were all contaminated by plastics and solvents, virtually 100% of us in our tissue. It's downright scary stuff, right? Absolutely. This is a scary subject. And as you mentioned that epoch that issue survey that that was done on 33,000 U. S residents, they found Turpin's plastics, chemical solvents in 100% of the samples, so basically Pat We're all contaminated. Then the environmental working group back in 2006 found that's half water in 42 states is contaminated by more than 140. Unregulated chemicals. Pat, This is the craziest thing of all they do. Studies of umbilical cord blood. They find dozens of chemicals in umbilical port blood. So I mean, what are we going to do about this? What are we going to do about this toxic environment to cleanse and detoxify our systems on a daily basis? That's the question. So how do we do that? Well, that's where this next generation organic juice cleanse with our special liver support. Blend comes in handy because it has over 30 different Super foods. They nourish all the cells and tissues of your body. You get the vitamins and minerals to fight a nutrients that we missed when we don't get that 79 servings today. Recommended by the FDA, the USDA of fruits and vegetables on top of that, because it's USDA certified organic. We're not getting any of the pesticides. The herbicides stirs all that pure organic produce that supports all our tissues. But on top of that goes to work supporting the liver in its job of cleansing, detoxifying the systems. You get that cleansing every single day with O. J. C on top of that, Pat best news of all today. We're giving away a free bottle of O. J. C to everybody in the listening audience. Now, purity isn't saying that they're organic juice. Cleanse Khun fix everything, but they are saying that it could be a compelling part of the solution. In fact, the organic juice cleanse is one of the hottest products purity is launched. Probably in the last 10 years. Everybody knows how hot juicing is these days and O. J. C is really organic juicing made simple. So tell everybody about the organic juice Cleanse and why you call it a quote unquote game changer. Oh, yeah, absolutely. Well, we know that using is sweeping the nation. We know it's super healthy, but the problem is, you know it's messy, and it's a big hassle..
What are the best hemp oil benefits?
"Dr CASS Ingram, the head boil. Miracle is one of his books The power of raw Whole food, hemp. Oh, you're better health, Dr CASS Ingram. If you wouldn't mind. You haven't done this in a while and we love when you do this, If you could go back to ancient times and how this plant has been used routinely because you write about it in this magnificent little book, the hemp oil Miracle. And you and you write about the history of hamper. I mean, we've We have many of us had no clue that this was used. For for eons of thousands and thousands of years. Well, you have this Neolithic carvings or painting for about 10,000 BC, where that shows that they were farming hemp and using it as a drug. And the ancient Chinese were using the seed and the plant medicinal, of course. You had the Turks about 10,000 BC. The Mongols Who were raising the seed and using that as a gruel for sick people to get them to recover. It had so much nutrition You have your synth Ian's about 1800 BC five RBC who used to take the more him the more cannabis type him the more more marijuana type, and they would They would. They would throw it on hot rock to then go into a wild frenzy dance as they inhaled the fumes. So, obviously that That was powerful in the time before we hyper dies that manipulated his kind of messed up. And you have, of course, the Islamic on the Greeks who made a anaesthetic from opium or running from him would be almost like the hashish type. And that anesthetic they used for surgery. They weren't getting high on it or something they used. It is a drug to sedate people. They couldn't feel the knife. Feel the surgical I mean, then you had the Indian people who used it as a therapeutic aid, But they would also kind of get a little bit hallucinatory. They would overused it on purpose. They would put it in men's milk. They called it With other spices. But mainly, they used it. Medicinal e ru vedek use such that the British positions. You know, they conquered India right? They found the Indians using that they began doing clinical studies. On him back in about 18 40 that cannabis indica in every doctor's bag back about 18 82 1930 till it got banned. They even banned the drug, right so What kind of hand did not? Yes. So what is hemp Oil? Make the distinction for us, Please. You have hemp oil either from marijuana, or you have it from him Industrial hemp, and what That is, is the resident. The resins and the cannabinoids. Turpin's All the different aromatic compounds you're taking. The oil fraction out of the plant. Now that could could be done by so cannon and alcohol. You could soak it in. Although there's a fatty Fatty layer or fatty component's and it's not the seed. Forget the seat. You compress the seed and make an oil. That's different. This is the plan itself with flour. It could be done with hex ain. This is common now. Beauty and gas, propane gas. And other petro chemicals. You used those to extract out the oil phase or go to which is carbon dioxide, which is harmless, But it's the best one do. That's kind of how it's done.
"turpin" Discussed on Cannabis Karaoke Podcast
"Really geneticist within the cannabis industry. He's been doing it for almost forty years and the guys br just around fifty years old. So it's pretty amazing. Came out of the cold a green triangle up by and he's got completely sustainable practices that to him as a religion so when are coming out with their first product. I mean we wanted to go into the pre roll market. Anyhow Kinda this brilliant idea where we would extract that Europeans from that plant and then once the payroll is done we put a drop the Turpin back on the payroll and essentially come up with Turpin tip parole joint. No one had really done that yet. And so the Turpin enhances the Roman the flavor of the joint and literally we hit the Gold Cup it at a high times right out of the gate and followed up with the Ham. Come and if you're looking at crowded shelf space in the dispensary. It's much easier to get shelf space. If you can kinda demonstrate that you want these awards they can take your product. They can see how great it is and it's really helped us and helped us get shelf space. That helped us get. I think investment obviously as well and it's just created a lot of credibility for our brand and going forward as we expand our skews in the dispensary. It was indispensable really. Yeah we're actually what what Scott. It's funny that you know. Think about it. You guys are both in California. I'm here on the other end of the world Washington DC. I can't buy golden the product. They're you know. And and the fact that we've gotten because you know everyone knows if you grow it in California right now yes. Felony Telephone Just you know what's required and just like if you've grown in Nevada. You have to sell it in. Nevada will all of change over time but right now that's the case however we're selling stocks to people all over the country. It's got fed. We've.
The Real Paleo Diet: Roots and Tubers
"Paleo Diet is a popular high protein diet that that aims to mimic what our hunter gatherer ancestors aid. But what we buy at. The supermarket doesn't quite approximate. Those ancient foods take for example star Lily roots heard heard of those things. Lynn widely is an archaeologist at the University of the voters round in South Africa. Her team recently discovered the charred remains of star Lily. Roots in South Africa's border cave hunks of roasted root that date to a hundred and seventy thousand years ago. These great glueck has available Pizzi once the vegetables are cooked and they knew that nearly two hundred thousand years ago which I think's extraordinarily Omeday just know the chemistry of it that they would have realized that a feel satisfied of eating a meal is cooked then eighteen warning which is rule. It's not easy to identify charge. Chunk of ancient food though so wildly team gathered an array of raw ancient foodstuffs and then roasted and charred had them in ovens and campfires. They then did visual comparisons to the ancient sample and observed both in a scanning electron microscope which revealed that the charred leftovers from that meal. A young one hundred seventy thousand years ago where probably chunks of star Lily root details and photos of those roots are in the journal Science widely. He says the find also provides a better view of what the ancients eight. I think the people he was shooting depending on diet is based on protein. Turpin done me
Trainer Richard Baltas on Next Shares' Surprise Win
"Start with next shares before we talk talk about the fun story with Oscar Dominguez but next year's Boy The betting public. They're they're very demanding ending. And I I guess right yeah zinc. I actually had people telling me that they thought the Horse is done. You know and I'm like well I wouldn't be running on the done so You know he does like a little bit of you know. We've got rain that we and he does like thank the term for the little given it and he doesn't like it when it's super hard. You knew it was really hard during the Breeders Cup and you know we're taking a shot there but when he broke out the gate Alaska said he just like he just didn't handle it. He said he was stinging. Just you know from the Turpin so hard so he just kinda got him around there and He came back to work. Really good on the turf and had to good works on the turf and I actually was like stuck with a writer our 'cause Franken worked. Giovanni Franko worked on Chirping. He couldn't get off the D'Amato ours and then they've L. Devia works a monograph and he loved them and just immigrate right through in the real so well and he won he won with really with some authority. And that's the part that I I think was was most impressive. Just looking hadn't won since January And that goes back to the San Gabriel. And you're the you know this is the you're the second you're the second winner from the weekend. That mentioned how hard the turf was up north versus down there and I'm trying to think it was. It might have been Michael was wasn't might've been talked Michael McCarthy. I talked to house talk to Cassie. So yeah well you know. We don't get any rain and it's sunny in hot all the time. And it's like they have air raid it and you have to put water on it and They really gotta stay after the trip so you you know the now. There's nothing better than Mother Nature for anything. I don't I believe so it's true. I heard from a few jockeys I mean. You know it's I think on on the East Coast guys come out here. They write a lot of grass races. Obviously over there so I can a- they'll tell you wow it's really hard today
Questions Raised Over Whether The Cannabis Industry Is Contributing To Air Pollution
"The legal cannabis industry has a big environmental footprint using lots of water and energy but researchers have another concern could the plant itself contributing to air pollution Colorado public radio's Michael Elizabeth Sachs has the story in Garden City right outside of Greeley there are three cannabis grower houses within a square mile one is smokey's Scott Brady operations manager says they try to be environmentally friendly re of an obligation to make sure that we are colletion no this isn't about the pot smoke this is about Turpin 's the organic compounds that make the cannabis plant smell while like pot brady opens up a big bag of but you can have the three D. smells and the earthy smells and the very spicy smell those strong smelling turbines are classified right as volatile organic compounds or VOC's lots of consumer products released VOC's like Acetone Nail Polish remover and many different plants produced pins not just cannabis think lavender. VOC's from cannabis are harmless until they combined with other gases to create ozone here in Colorado is ars air quality concerns go ozone is our largest pollutants of concern we are not meeting the national ambient air quality standards for ozone that's Bursa with the Colorado Department of Public Health and environment she says they're trying to figure out how cannabis might be contributing to ozone because the equation for the harmful gas is VOC he's plus sunlight plus combustion emissions like cars and unlike other VOC emitting plants cannabis is often grown in greenhouses in cities where there are are lots of cars we kinda need to step in and do a study and quantify how many pounds of VOC's are into our atmosphere per pound of marijuana grown some research has already finding this to be an issue but it turns out to be a tricky thing to study the Environmental Protection Agency can't research since marijuana is still federally illegal so states in academics are stepping in like William Sweaty in associate professor at North Carolina Chapel Hill he came to Colorado to team up with the National Center for atmospheric research in boulder he thought an illegal state his work would be in the clear but he found out he wasn't allowed to grow pot in the federally supported research laps he has improvised was collected from different strains of marijuana the types of gases that the plant was emitting really varied by the strain and the life cycle of the plant itself as a grew older matured the types of gases that it was releasing also changed with more than six hundred strains of cannabis in Colorado taste says there could be a wide range of how much turpin gas is emitted by these plants so he's working with Caitlin and the study for more precise look at marijuana have to fill the role with the federal government do in determining the basic science in developing the tools that are needed to make decisions to get more funding Viz wet might work with Canada whose press interest in his research now that the country has legalized marijuana for NPR news. I'm Michael Elizabeth Sacrifice in
Dave Grening, Rick Hammerle, Gabby Gaudet
"McGee Jay Brennan and Dave Greg Good Morning the hard act to follow right there well. I think you're up to it and much like we did with Jay. Hey we didn't get a chance to talk last week. Day I saw some of your thoughts on paper and on twitter but quick hit from last weekend the Jockey Club Gold Cup Diku and everything that came with it didn't agree with the call but that's par par for the course for me and the stewarts here good rates by both horses of Abu kind of the call takes away from the performance of both you know Roseville in sort of honor. I thought it was Kinda. Overshadowed what how well they ran I thought it was in solid effort. You know Roy Moore your skin and people give them credit for so he's tactical enough that you're going to go back to the race. In California that he won he was four why but right up on the pace so he can be he can play from the start and still finish finish which is a good thing for him to have going into the classic and Code of honor you know stepped up against a couple of quality older horses and and still continues to show improvement as Shug shoveling transfer your kid and I'm glad they didn't go into stuff. it'll it'll spice it up a bit very much and we talked to show yesterday what turned into a was supposed to be a you know. Tell us about the decision ten minutes turned into forty because because show and you can talk about the current horses and then you can talk about his Breeders Cup record you know he's he's run horses in the Classic Eight Times. He's got two seconds and third and I asked him if he thought you know this was as good or the best one of the best chances that he's had in a classic and he kind of feels it is I think so in part because he's got a quality improving horse and in part because I don't see a real stand out in the division there you know I I was even if Mackenzie had one last week is still affected him at a mile and a quarter. I think come back with a pack a little bit and now I think he's you know emit commit pack there. I you know he he he was not impressive last week and and right now he doesn't have a jockey so that could be a hindrance so I I think the the you know I I think the visual the classic is releasing. My is right now pretty wide open well it it certainly enhances the classic and we got some. Jay's thoughts will also wait for some other news in decisions. Tacitus you know who I could send as many as three with a late and Yoshida. We'll see what the tacitus call is but have you talk to Jimmy later in the week about preservationists. I don't think the preservation and the clock berry good yeah. I kind of. They were Iffy iffy. Even before we got through the jockey there pretty traditional people. You Know Oh you go to the classic going for a good race. You don't go you don't travel cross country now. It's in your own backyard. Maybe maybe say okay. I'm hearing but the put him on. A plane ain't off that race. just doesn't make any sense to me and. I'm not sure what it was tales right now. I wouldn't be surprised if maybe they they just you know. Have you know conclude are dealing. Just say thank you. Thank you for the memories. They were well some other thoughts thoughts about the weekend the the two year old swept by Chad Brown and not necessarily by Chad Brown surfers Dave that were all that highly regarded regarded coming into the early fall. It looks selflessly ran a decent race when she got in her debut. She was a bit why she was just what about a half length behind her stablemate and you know. She got a very nice trip. The other day and you know you beat a field that I didn't necessarily I think was seller but that didn't necessarily like her either so I can't you know I'm not saying that I choose my choice but look it's very you know. Handicapping is hard art. When it comes to the Grillo it's simple to spend on Chad Brown. It just just do it. Does it seven and eight. I've never seen I've Nev- I don't know of any race that he may be bad for our security security and and and dumb or something that just a guy dominates the race like Chad Brown at least in New York dominates the race Jeff Brown dominates the Mus Grill and just you know next year when it comes. I'm just circle the Chad. He's got more the ones at about boxing and you'll walk out with a little more money so any payment structure solid rates you know. I I liked about structure that he showed you different dimension in the first race. It was a slow pace. He was up on it and then he finished and then they got a bit of a faster pace and close close so you like versatility show. I need to know more about what else is in that race before. I say an annoying Kim and enter a the you know a victory in the Breeders Cup Juvenile Turpin juvenile fillies served interesting I said they were aware of it at the time but selflessly not nominated to the Breeders Cup now looks set clemens got that money hidden in his closet somewhere so he can easily put up the supplementary see but it it was a weird kind of a strange thing maybe just crack but be supplemented for the raiders stuff to run and I'm sure she will do well. beyond the two year old stakes stakes midnight zoo in the Belle Dame and got you got you got her legs stretched and did what was necessary. The race as that ended up surprising to some degree aside from everything that went on in the Gold Cup four Horsfield in that Vosper that ended up being really exciting and forensic fire and imperial put on some show down the stretch cool horses you know he's still still Harvard have trouble taking that race threatens fire and last year the parts race horse averaged one the rate just a cool towards I mean that's a super cool horse right there in so small but he's got such big hardy so fast and you know I think they call it a little bit adviser prize when Friends Fire Collared Him and he still had something more to offer and he gave it to him and you know maybe maybe hard race before the Breeders Cup will help him in the Breeders Cup opposed to a couple of cakewalks that he had especially last year Vosper. You just walked around there and now last year Frears Cup. Chances may have been compromised the fact that he just doesn't run it and go to Churchill downs I mean I think he's on there three times. The probably three worst races throughout the worst rates is I thought he may well enough to del Mar a few years ago when he was in the Mitch Breeders Cup and second. I believe but maybe there's hard rates will help him. battle tough because it's a tough rate expensive very very competitor's. Maybe one or better rates on the car to the totally and chance a lot on you know. I guess you have to see what Omaha beach that rates for tomorrow how he runs. A and B what they use it for work. the the the sprint has potential to come up here one of the best races on the card and I think that race will have imperial head registered. Well turn our attention attention to tomorrow and there's a lot there's a lot of intriguing match-ups paper going into Saturday at and there's actually a nice set races on Sunday with the thirty the flower bowl in the present. We gotta start with Champagne and a green light. Go Ah to forego the hopeful. After the track was a a a slop. I don't blame Jimmy Jerkins at all for taking that route however he comes into the champagne now having to go a mile and there are at least is three others that are are major players here not the least of which is Barkley tag and Saka Toga the last time they had a two year old like like this. They kept funny side against New York breads until going to Florida for the holy bull this time they're going to go for an early open company opportunity the and it's at the highest level the first thing. I want to say that this race is there is a major scratching the race three technique. Jeremiah texted me this morning and I put it up on twitter a little while although has a lung infection and we'll come out of the race and I thought he was a significant player in the field so it's down to six source field going at that. Tis The law law you know of course is very impressive. Beating New York reds first time out had shin issue that Barkley took care of list about three weeks total of training but it's gotten back in I saw I saw at least two if not all three of his three of his works here and they're very solid workout you just wonder if the layoff going a mile with the one rate is going to happen ready to do it now. The layoff is very similar to green like oh the day difference so it's not that sort of balances out but green go with tested in stakes company and also has races opposed to one and I just like I just really liked it. I I don't know what he's going to become. I don't know how far is GONNA WANNA run but I just like the way both starts getting solid well built for uh-huh hardy type of horse who just has a great hind end you know where the power generated from and I think like the mile and beyond and I think this has a moment for Jimmy. Sake that the horses say how down and continue on the campaign Jimmy. He says out born whatever that might be but I think it'd be awful strongest training like that rate.
An Interview with SEC Chairman Jay Clayton
"And that we're going to get back to a conversation between David Rubenstein, co founder of the Carlisle group and host of the Bloomberg television show here to peer conversations and SEC chairman, Jay Clayton when you were a lawyer, you had very highly compensated, associates, and partners, working with you on behalf accompanies SEC pays government salaries richer. Let's say modest to say the least I wonder can you really get good people to stay there because you don't pay them that much. Yes, we, we have terrific people. We really don't okay, it's they can keep up with the, the private sector bar, and things like that, that are filing information all the time in the investment banks, I think you'd you tell me, I think our people have the respect of Wall Street, well, they are respected. And if anybody's watching this, and the look, anything I might be filing. Yes. They're very good people, and they do a great job. I just wondered whether there so under compensate. I was trying to get them as well. You know what if you can help them help me, get them a raise? Let's do it. Let's go through insider trading from the supreme court has ruled on a couple of cases against the SEC arguing that you were to tough. I guess on enforcing law. Is that a fair reading just one? We just one one the other day, which felt pretty good. Okay. But how do you not lost a few in the supreme court there, there were there were a few that we lost? And the main argument is that the courts mission Turpin of the law, when when you lose or how, you know, I think I look insider trading is actually a very delicate enforcement issue because you could have a rule that said anytime that you have information that everyone else, doesn't you can't trade. Now anytime you have material non public information, you can't trade. Well, that would discourage people from finding out things about companies. And one of the policing mechanisms in our market is private investors going looking at companies and whether the. The truth or not. So we want to encourage that kind of behavior, we want to encourage people to investigate companies the theory is that it's everybody should have access the same information. So if you're a corporate CEO, and you tell me a private citizen, you're about the by a company of the big premium. I'm not supposed to take that information. Go buy stock because it's unfair to the market, correct. That's suppose I'm sitting in emergency room of a hospital waiting to, you know, just have some something looked at by emergency room person. I'm not really that ill. And somebody wheels in the chairman of the Federal Reserve Board and the person says this person's had a fatal heart attack, or potentially fatal heart attack, very serious. If I see the person being wheeled in can I go and call my broker and say, I think the markets are going to go down because he's a very popular person can I trade on that it's a great question because that does show the like where do we draw the fairness line? If you're the doctor, you, we would say you have a duty. To keep information about the fed person confidential and no one would expect you to trade on information. You obtained by being a doctor. But if you happen to be standing there at the emergency room when he or she gets wheeled in. That's that information you didn't acquire any various way or any trust or confidence way. And you should be able to trade on that just like if you saw people loading bricks instead of computers into the back of a truck, I suppose somebody is a corporate CEO, and they mentioned to me that he or she is a big company. They're going to pull out of Britain because of Brexit. They're not happy with, and that will have a big deleterious effect on British economy. Is it okay to take that information and short the pound because let's say this information would short the pound or make the pound go down. Is that a problem because it's not a security, you can buy and trade dollars. Bills or pounds. Is that a problem for the if I did that we don't police non securities transactions like that? So a currency transaction would be outside of our jurisdictional you would say I did that. That's okay. It. The answer. Is it depends? But all right. Check with your lawyer. Okay. What about crypto currencies? You've said they are not securities. Is that right? A bit. Well, just because you call something cryptocurrency doesn't mean it's not a security. Oh, we've seen a lot of things that people call cryptocurrency that are, in fact securities. But he referenced one bitcoin, which we have looked at and is not a security explained to the average person. How many members of the are there, we have forty five forty six hundred employees. Okay. And how many commissioners, there are five, and they're all pointed by the president, I'd states and confirmed by the Senate. And did you have to be from a certain party or not? I believe the way the rule rates. You cannot have more than three from the same party. So let's talk about how you came to be the chairman of the SEC, you grew up in Pennsylvania. Hershey, Pennsylvania initially, initially Hershey, Pennsylvania new went to Cambridge and then you play basketball at Cambridge shorter. You came back. And you went to university of Pennsylvania law school. And you did very well thought near the top of your class, you clerked for a federal judge, then you went to Sullivan and Cromwell one of the most successful law firms in the United States. And then all of a sudden you become chairman of the SEC where you known to the president. Did you know President Trump? No, it's actually an interesting story. A client of mine asked me to go to Trump Tower to brief some people in the transition. And how our capital markets were functioning and areas for improvement. And one thing led to another. And when you some interviews and then, and then I interviewed with the president. Okay. Did he have any tough questions tough for the minor? You're pretty good. But my told he was very impressed with you. And he said, this person looks like these should be determined. The SEC were you surprised that he offered you the job? We, we had a really good discussion. Okay, because I, I think you're always surprised when you're off the job like this. So the president proposed that you become a chairman of the SEC when you do that you have to sell all your securities. You have to give up your partnerships. They didn't tell me all that. They didn't tell you. So today, does a congress bother you on a day-to-day basis? They say go regulate this, or do that, or you know what I EV every minute, I spend up there is valuable because it's real. It is really good to hear from members and senators from from both parties what they think we should be doing. It's good to know how someone looks at you. When they when they, you know, they're, they're my board of directors, is the White House for the president. They call you with advice or suggestions, or not that much, not so much are there any signs, you see the economy that people should be worried about is if they're an investor, or you don't really get into whether the economy is weakening, and therefore, maybe they should be cautious on their investments, macro. Investment advice steady long-term investing in, in America, and our economy has proven to be a good thing. I just I can take I continue to one our markets to be a place where people invest steadily overtime their, their retirement will be a much more comfortable. That's the number one question people ask me, will, I have enough money in retirement and the best way to deal with? That is to steadily invest to the extent. You can't over
Turpin Children Speak Out as Parents Are Sentenced in Torture Case
"Was a terrible sentencing hearing in riverside, California for Louise and David Turpin for abusing starving and check Ling twelve thirteen children when if their daughters Reta statement, they wanted to give us a good life. They believed everything. They did was to protect us. Some of the children have permanent health issues from being malnourished and mistreated for so long
Parents get 25 years to life for torturing children
"California couple heard testimony from some of their children before they were sentenced for abusing them for years. David Lewis Turpin pleaded guilty in February to neglect and abuse after years of the nineteen twelve of their thirteen children food beating them shackling some to their beds in their suburban, Los Angeles home. This daughter tells the court tick the whole life only bit now taking my life fat another spoke of his continued nightmares. Their mother sobbing as she tells the judge. Everything. Trimmers much. The judge sentencing both parents life in prison with the chance for parole in twenty five
"House of horrors" parents get 25 years to life
"The southern California parents accused of running a house of horrors or being handed a life sentence in their children. Are speaking out about how they grew up. Correspondent Jason camp Adonia one child says it's difficult to think about his childhood. Sometimes I still have nightmares things that had happened such as my siblings being chained up or getting another child says she's turning her life around to my whole life bit now taking my life back on the fighter strong, and I'm shooting. Lifelock on the parents, David in the weeds Turpin were sentenced to twenty five years to life in prison and can't speak with any of the kids. They pled guilty to chaining their kids to furniture, starving them. And only allowing them to
Louise Turpin, Abed And David discussed on Dave Ramsey
"Life in prison without a chance of parole for decades. That's the sentence for David and Louise Turpin the California parents who held their thirteen children captive for years. The couple was sentenced to prison in court today with their parents looking on two of the Turpin children dress the court directly to explain the horrors experienced inside their household chained Abed's and lacking food one of their sons telling the court he is just now learning to live independently in June if that's year either in how to write a by their children, some who are in their twenties are learning how to do simple things.
California couple faces sentencing in severe child abuse case
"Sentencing day for southern California couple at the center of a horrific child abuse case, save it in ways Turpin or do in Riverside County. Superior court after pleading guilty in February to torture and other abuse so severe it stunted their children's growth led to muscle wasting and left two girls. Unable to bear children. They face twenty five years to life in prison. The abuse was uncovered last year when one of the couples thirteen children jumped out a window and called nine one one the children were severely underweight and hadn't bathed for
An Interview with Tim Gordon: The World's Foremost Expert on Hemp
"Because Kim Gordon his president. At functional remedies and he serving as chief science officer. You've been you grew up in the cannabis farming community in Canada, your love for sustainability and cannabis farming is absolutely been spot on you've been involved in this plant for almost twenty years. Now, you serve as a technical advisor on the board of the national hemp association. Also, as we mentioned, president of the Colorado hemp association, you've written many, many papers you've been educating us for years in articles newspapers television radio, and it's the conversation that we need to have we need to understand. What are we taking? And I want to begin this segment by distinguishing full spectrum hemp. Versus CBD. And are they different? Are they the same? Yeah. It's a really good question. It's a question. Many folks ask in usually let folks know this. You know, not all CBD not have supplement are created equal. There are processes and distinguished varietals. Everything that really plays into an end product. While CB is a great molecule, and it does wonders for the human body by itself. It point of efficacy is not as it would be what they full spectrum hemp extract. So what folks really need to understand is what am I buying? And where is it from? Where is it source from consumer safety is going to be really important around these many products that we talked about that you can see like you said perhaps at gas stations all the way to to to supermarket shelves in health. I'll there Devon eleven seven eleven. Yeah. Walgreens CVS. I mean, they're everybody's getting into it. Everybody's getting into it. And are they are they taking risks? Absolutely. Because like we like, we know right now, there's still no regulation around CBD products. That are going to be on these shelves. The FDA has not stepped in and put time three regulations around a highly sensitive subject matter right now, they are going to do that. They're taking the steps beginning the end of may to do those things. But as it sits right now. Consumers need to be not wary. But they need to be understanding of what they're potentially putting into their into their bodies. CBD is like I said is is is very popular right now. But not all CD products are created equal. So I encourage listeners, and I encourage everyone to really do some background on the products that they are thinking about using because they are they there is that potential that that is something that is labeled as a CD product may not have CBD in it at all. And that's been. Until we have regulations in place. And I'm excited to be able to participate in those regulations because the industry direly needs them. I encourage customers to really do some homework on the product that they are going to take an as as it relates to those products the difference between full spectrum and CBD alone. Product is is really that the full spectrum will will really emulate all of these fighter nutrients that that help CV in our body like Turpin and slab annoyed and all of these other wonderful stitches in the plant the full the full entourage those along with DVD. I really act upon our Endo can have annoyed system. And if you just listen to that last part Endo canal system, it's not Endo CBD system or an Endo THC. It's an endle- therefore many can have a night react and our. Relied upon VR system. So that's why understanding of the full spectrum, and how that can be better for the end of could have announced system versus the CD product of oh needs to be understood it it's going to take a lot of education to do those things as we are just really getting into to the. Oh, yes. The industry.
David Louise, Riverside County And Prosecutor discussed on Sean Hannity
"In Chicago, a California prosecutor says the parents who shackled some of their thirteen children, two beds and starve them. We'll spend up to life in prison. David Louise, Turpin pleaded guilty today in Riverside County. Superior court to torture and other abuses in case dubbed, a
President Trump, Senator Ted Cruz and Texas discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
"And. President Trump is going to Texas as he's. Planning on going big the president said he wants the biggest stadium in Texas to stage a. Rally for Senator Ted Cruz who's an. Tighter-than-expected race with democratic congressman beta
Cities weigh options after state approves Orange County Needle Exchange Program
"Wanted I'm Amy King Live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom leaders have agreed to stop the state from starting a controversial. Program in Orange County this needle exchange and drug addiction is related to the Orange County supervisors met for an emergency meeting on a needle exchange program that was set. To start next week the state claims that will, cut, down, on diseases but oh see wants nothing. To do with it, this, is a terrible. Terrible terrible program supervisor Todd Spitzer says the needle exchange would promote more homelessness and drug use jeopardizes public safety in a county already out of control in terms of crime officials plan to file an injunction by Monday and. Could sue the state if, it's not approved Monica Rix KFI news brought to you. By Mike Thompson's RV the California Supreme Court has unanimously rejected a voter approved ballot measure to put San Diego city employees on savings. Plans instead of, pensions the court says San Diego's mayor at the time should have met with union representatives before putting the measure on the ballot, in two, thousand twelve the Cup From Riverside County accused of torturing twelve. Of their children has appeared in court again David and Louis Turpin made only a brief appearances both the prosecution and defense agree to delay of the rearraignment following the. Preliminary hearing the preceding was put off to August, thirty, first, that's also when we could get a. Tentative date for the, beginning, of a trial. If all goes according to schedule a potential trial would start in September or October the Turpin stand accused of torture and false imprisonment charges David Turpin is also facing perjury and sexual assault charges the abuse was discovered in. January when one of the, kids escaped and call police in riverside Chris ancarlo KFI. News video posted online has shown unconscious man being dragged off metro train in Long Beach another passenger witnesses say the man pulled the. Other man off, the train because he didn't want the train to be delayed but the guy who shot the video says with the man did, was racist.