I’ve had Jack on the show a few times, and every time we get together and “chew the fat” I always come away learning something new. This episode is no different as Jack talks about cannabis hash. He’ll give you a breakdown of how you can go about making your own. I feel hash is one of the most misunderstood forms of cannabis. There’s a lot of information about hash, some good and other misleading but Jack doesn’t disappoint in this episode as he espouses his deep knowledge of hash and also gives a “Ph.D. breakdown” of the Frenchy Cannoli Resin Quality Scoring Sheet.
With that being said, please enjoy this information-packed episode.
Vincent is a serial entrepreneur. He’s bootstrapped a Fortune 500 company to now inventing a
home grow box that set to transform the home grower cannabis marketplace.
While Vincent isn’t a doctor or medical researcher, his invention was invented with the idea of helping people that suffer from common ailments.
Vincent is a cannabis optimist. He believes in the power of the plat and its medicinal value. During our conversation, he made a few good points about saving money growing by growing your own but more importantly about what you’re putting into your body. Bigger or corporate growers not always but often use pesticides. While talking to one of his main points about growing your own is knowing exactly what you’re putting into your own cannabis. With an approach like this, how can you not want to grow your own?
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The cannabis industry is filled with individuals who claim their growing technique’s/methods are the best. In my opinion, a lot of these growers aren’t humble, so it’s nice to meet an individual that is humble and is open to learning new things.
I was fortunate to talk to “Jack” from “JackGreenStalk.” He was humble and honest with his first micro grow. He spoke openly about his growing mistakes, what he needs to improve as he continues to grow and surprised him about growing indoors.
Jack and I talked about the upfront costs associated with growing. He indicated he isn’t a doctor but he made it a point to say growing your own in the long run is not only healthier for you but the amount of money you’ll be saving on your first, second, third run is going to yield you significant savings. He made this point around the 30-minute mark in the conversation.
Overall, I believe this was Jack’s point about growing. Why rely on a third-party a pharmacy or local cannabis retailer when you have the resources to educate yourself and produce medicine that will make you feel better and save you money in the long run.
Since starting Cheap Home Grow I was lucky to come into contact with Caleb Crowl via Twitter. He’s passionate about learning how to grow cannabis so I figured why not have a threeway conversation about how to grow cannabis at home. I figured I would match Caleb up with Vincent Bitetti, a master grower and inventor from Southern California.
Cheap Home Grow had the pleasure of talking to Dr. Jahan Marcu. Dr. Marcu is the Chief Science officer for Americans for Safe Access.
We talked about the endocannabinoid system and how cannabis can change the future of healthcare.
Dr. Marcu shared his beliefs on how he sees the future of cannabis research playing out in the years to come. To suggest he’s optimistic about the health benefits of cannabis would be putting it lightly.
I would also like to mention; he stressed more testing must be conducted before we know and understand the full potential of this plant medicine.
I was lucky to have Dr. Aury Lor Holtzman on my show. Dr. Holtzman is a Southern Calfornia medical doctor and talked at length about the medicinal benefits of cannabis.
He often hits the local speaking circuit and preaches the medicinal benefits of cannabis in local nursing homes and medical facilities in the greater Huntington Beach area.
To say he’s a cannabis optimist would be a gross understatement. The Dr. talked in detail about how he sees the future of cannabis being used in our everyday lives and how transformative this plant can be.
Shane McCormick: Hello everybody, this is Shane McCormick from cheaphomegrow.com interviewing David Mangone. He works for Americans for Safe Access. David, could you please tell me about yourself?
Dave Mangone: Sure. I’m the legislative counsel for American Americans for Safe Access, as you said. Americans for Safe Access is the nation’s largest non-profit dedicated to medical cannabis patients and advancing medical cannabis therapeutics and research. We have members in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, DC, Guam, as well as internationally, and what we really focus on doing is making sure that when states are passing laws, that they’re really patient-focused and when regulations are adopted, they’re really serving the interests of patients and not necessarily the interest of the industry. We’re very grass roots. We do a lot of lobbying, efforts both on the state level and the federal level, do a lot of research, making sure that dispensary and other facilities are as compliant as they can be when they’re state laws.
Atlas Plant Founder – Rob Smith – How To Drying and Cure Cannabis
I had the good fortune of talking with Rob Smith, the co-founder, and CEO of Atlas Plant Trainer. Rob and I talked in detail about the drying and curing process of cannabis. Rob offers his tips and tricks and what to do and what not to do. He also offers practical tips on how to boost your yield.