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Burning Issues with Dr. Mitch Earleywine

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Setting fire to the stoner stereotype. Sparking up candid conversations with cannabis researchers, entrepreneurs and advocates.Educator, Author and Advocate Dr. Mitch Earleywine hosts a no-holds-barred platform that seeks to re-define and revolutionize the entire scope of the cannabis culture, while opening the door for more to join the cannabis crusade.

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Setting fire to the stoner stereotype. Sparking up candid conversations with cannabis researchers, entrepreneurs and advocates.Educator, Author and Advocate Dr. Mitch Earleywine hosts a no-holds-barred platform that seeks to re-define and revolutionize the entire scope of the cannabis culture, while opening the door for more to join the cannabis crusade.

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By Dirtydwg - Sep 03 2019
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Sorry but the sound quality isn’t that good. I’d get better mics or not phone it in. Good content and informative

Well done

By R A Martin Jr. - Jul 23 2017
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Burning issues is a very well done podcast explaining the science, history and benefits of the cannabis plant. I have enjoy the guests on the show and found them very interesting. His self compassion segment is a very nice and thoughtful touch. This is one of my favorite podcasts.

iTunes Ratings

20 Ratings
Average Ratings
12
6
2
0
0

Sound

By Dirtydwg - Sep 03 2019
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Sorry but the sound quality isn’t that good. I’d get better mics or not phone it in. Good content and informative

Well done

By R A Martin Jr. - Jul 23 2017
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Burning issues is a very well done podcast explaining the science, history and benefits of the cannabis plant. I have enjoy the guests on the show and found them very interesting. His self compassion segment is a very nice and thoughtful touch. This is one of my favorite podcasts.
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Burning Issues with Dr. Mitch Earleywine

Latest release on Aug 08, 2017

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: Simple Techniques for Cooking With Cannabis

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Author and activist Cheri Sicard elaborates on simple techniques for cooking with cannabis then turns to heartwarming CAN-DO projects helping to free cannabis prisoners as well as provide gifts for their children who visit them. Dr. Mitch extols the virtues of slowing down.

Aug 04 2015

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Rank #2: Fascination Over Vaporizers Explained

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FireFly Vaporizers Founders Mark Williams and Sasha Robinson join Mitch Earleywine in this episode of Burning Issues.

Jun 24 2015

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Rank #3: Rob Lovering and His Moral Defense of Recreational Drug Use

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Dr. Mitch Earleywine chats with Dr. Rob Lovering, Associate Professor at College of Staten Island on today's episode of Burning Issues. Mitch asks Dr. Lovering about his new book A Moral Defense of Recreational Drug Use, as well as his opinions on the war on drugs.

Sep 28 2015

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Rank #4: High Times Rick Cusick Talks Strains, Cannabis Cups

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High Times Associate publisher Rick Cusick joins Mitch Earleywine, a fellow High Times writer.

They discuss working at High Times and the changing perspective of users and usage over the past 4 decades. “Seems like we (High Times) have been waiting for this to happen for 40 years”, Rick said, over 20 for himself.

When Colorado went recreational we brought the first US Cannabis Cup to Denver, Cusick explained. The two talk about the various Cannabis Cups High Times has been involved with throughout the globe.

The number one cannabis competition – panels of judges – know results day before show and then have the show to enjoy and announce the results. The Global Cup is moving from Amsterdam to Jamaica this year, Cusick notes, and informs us, Jamaica will recognize other medical marijuana cards from around the world – both then and moving forward.

The pair discuss the differences in male and female usage. Heavier users are predominantly male – 80-20%, but moderate users are split 50-50 by sex. While in the past the cannabis industry was largely male. But as the outlaw bonafides are no longer needed women are filling the space and getting involved and taking charge in many areas.

The drug testing industry rely on the testing of marijuana to sell their products. If legalization becomes widespread then that element loses importance and demand for testing drops. This history of drug testing gets discussed along with ways around them.

Cusick notes that hemp is “the 800 pound gorilla in the room” and its diversity could dwarf the cannabis industry.

Jul 09 2015

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Rank #5: Paul Armentano: To Drive or Not To Drive?

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Dr. Mich Earleywine talks with Paul Armentano, Deputy Director of NORML, about effects before and after the consumption of cannabis. Mitch and Paul discuss the effects THC has on motor skills and the use of cannabis before driving, moving on to compare it with drinking and driving.

Sep 21 2015

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Rank #6: Cannabis, Alcoholism, Substance Abuse, and Addictions

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Dr. Mitch Earleywine speaks with Matthew R. Pearson, Ph.D. a Research Assistant Professor from the Center on Alcoholism, Substance Abuse, and Addictions at the University of New Mexico.

Jun 05 2017

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Rank #7: California Prop 64 and The Path to Legalize

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California Prop 64 and The Path to Legalize Recreational Marijuana as Dr. Mitch Earleywine welcomes returning guests Chris Conrad and Mikki Norris.

Oct 25 2016

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Rank #8: Federal Probation and Cannabis Arrests

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Chris Goldstein of Philly NORML, New Jersey NORML, and Freedom Leaf magazine explains what it’s like to get arrested for using cannabis at The Liberty Bell and how Federal probation doesn’t create withdrawal symptoms. Dr. Mitch elaborates on the importance of validation and listening skills.

Aug 25 2015

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Rank #9: Sharon Ravert: New Sheriff In Town

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Dr. Mitch Earleywine chats with Sharon Ravert, from Peachtree NORML. Mitch asks Sharon about her experience with the sheriff's department breaking into her house for a search finding only a gram and a half and a small grow light. Sharon tells how she overcame this experience and moved forward.

Oct 12 2015

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Rank #10: Joshua Littrell and Veterans for Cannabis

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Veterans for Cannabis founder Joshua Littrell talks about his mission to reduce Veteran suicides and end accidental overdose deaths with medical Cannabis.

Jan 09 2017

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Rank #11: Missouri Marijuana Decriminalization Set to Begin in 2017

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Missouri Marijuana Decriminalization Set to Begin in 2017 and Dr. Mitch Earleywine discusses with Missouri Medical Marijuana Advocate and Attorney Dan Viets

Nov 07 2016

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Rank #12: Guy Rocourt Partner & Lead Extraction Artist at Neos

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Guy Rocourt is the lead extraction artist and partner of Neos vape pens. While living in New York and Los Angeles, Rocourt developed a low-temperature, vaporizable formula, which maintained the attributes of the original strains. He formed Revolutionary Technologies (RevTech) with his fellow partners which developed a refined cannabis product suitable for use in electronic cigarette-type pens. He then moved to Denver, Colorado to launch the Neos branded vapor pens in the recreational market. In the next year he has launched the branded line in California and soon will launch in Nevada.

Today, Rocourt spends his time traveling between cannabis markets researching and growing Neos’ product line. From the market’s first cannabis-infused CBD vape pen to the delicious flavored disposable line and launching the nation’s first cannabis television advertisement, Neos is a pioneer in the quickly expanding marijuana landscape.

Sep 14 2016

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Rank #13: Educational Needs of the Cannabis Industry

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Keith Saunders of the Northeastern Institute of Cannabis explains the elaborate educational needs of the cannabis industry and points out the key issues in medical marijuana laws in Massachusetts and the rest of the US.. Dr. Mitch outlines the key conditions for appropriate and productive praise.

Jul 29 2015

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Rank #14: Los Angeles Times Supports Proposition M

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Los Angeles is about to presented with Proposition M which will provide the city with the ability to address issues in a comprehensive way. One of the biggest publications in Media The Los Angeles Times has now come out and backed Proposition M. Dr. Mich speaks to Virgil Grant, president and co-founder of Southern California Coalition about his take on this media backing.

Feb 20 2017

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Rank #15: Medical Cannabis Patients Report Decreased Use Of Opioids

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Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mich is joined by Erik Altieri the communications director of NORML. They talk about how Medical Cannabis Patients Report Decreased Use Of Opioids, Anti-Anxiety Medicines. This topic is based on Patients with legal access to medical cannabis decreasing their use of opioids, anti-depressants, anti-anxiety drugs, and other medications, according to self-report data published online ahead of print in the Journal of Psychopharmacology. The study's findings are consistent with those of others reporting that patients with legal cannabis access are less likely to use or abuse opioids, as well as various other prescription medications, including anti-anxiety medicines and anti-depressants.

Jun 19 2017

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Rank #16: Medical Cannabis Pros and Cons in New York State

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Julie Netherland of The Drug Policy Alliance discusses how to prepare for a career in activism and enumerates pros and cons of New York State’s medical cannabis laws.

Aug 11 2015

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Rank #17: Providing Legal Access to Medical Cannabis

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Today on Burning Issues Dr. Mitch is joined by Jordan Page, a cannabis freedom activist and the PR Director for CannaSense. Cannasense is providing legal access to medical cannabis through a framework of existing state and federal laws, to patients in all 50 states. As a medical cannabis collective they use a specific legal strategy, developed over 10 years of research, to provide and ship cannabis medication to patients across the US regardless of individual state mandates. They are in strict compliance with state and federal laws including the Compassionate Use Act, the Affordable Care Act, and Article 4 Section 1 of the US Constitution, among many others. Under the provisions of the CUA and through the vehicle of telemedicine, they connect patients in every state with CA board certified medical doctors who issue them medical cards and recommendations for membership in our collective, thereby making them CA patients.

Apr 24 2017

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Rank #18: Activist, Author and Publisher Diane Fornbacher

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Dr. Mitch Earleywine welcomes activist, author and publisher Diane Fornbacher, the Founder of Ladybud Magazine.They launch into a discussion of women's role in the Cannabis movement, plus Dina offers some background into the creation of Ladybud magazine. She also discusses the obstacles that stem from becoming publicly visible in the advocacy front and the need for awareness on who you support.

Jul 21 2015

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Rank #19: Rick Steves Speaks Out For The War On Marijuana

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Dr. Mitch Earleywine chats with Rick Steves, God of all travel from Rick Steves' Europe. Rick shares his opinion on the war on marijuana and how he feels the laws against cannabis have racist tendencies. He tells how he stands strong supporter for legalization of cannabis to lower crime rate and create more regulated businesses.

Oct 05 2015

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Rank #20: How Can Workers in the Cannabis Industry Benefit from a Union?

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How Can Workers in the Cannabis Industry Benefit from a Union? Dr. Mitch Earleywine asks that very question to Jeff Ferro, the Executive Assistant to the Director of Organizing at United Food and Commercial Workers International Union or UFCW. Jeff explains how the evolution of the industry leads to an eventual progression to a want for benefits, rights and a voice therefore a want to participate in a union.

Jul 14 2015

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