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With guests including Adam Scorgie, Dan Bilzerian, Eddie Bravo, and Shep Gordon, we explore the power CBD has to permeate health, wellness, food and the stock exchange.

Over the course of the next few years, CBD and cannabis for that matter, are set to displace $2.6 trillion dollars of existing markets. The power of this plant medicine is finally coming into the light after so many years in the dark. From the War on Drugs to the stigma attached to smoking weed, join us as we talk to the industry’s leading experts on the history of cannabis use to the future of CBD oil.

Join us as we talk to Dan Bilzerian, the poker player, Instagram influencer, and founder of the cannabis and CBD company IGNITE International. Along with his business acumen, Dan talks about the future of CBD and his company

We also sit down with Teeka Tiwari, the former Wall Street trader turned cryptocurrency and cannabis industry expert. Teeka is a big proponent on the benefits of using CBD oil, and how he believes that if you want to invest in the cannabis industry the sweet spot will be to find companies that are focusing on identifying and producing different types of cannabinoids at scale.

Mr. Olympia and CBD

Learn from Dorian Yates, the six-time Mr. Olympia, and outspoken advocate for plant medicine and ayahuasca. Dorian sat down with Brian Rose to discuss THC, CBD, cannabis oil and its positive effects on cancer.

The myths of Cannabis

Join Brian Rose as he sits down with Dr Carl Hart, the Ivy League university professor, TED fellow, author and multiple prize winner in his field. Carl promotes education around how drugs should be handled along with dispelling the misinformation that has fogged public judgement for so long. With history of poverty and drug addiction, Carl shares how he was convinced drugs and addiction were the cause of his neighbourhoods’ problems. But after joining the military and then studying neuroscience, all the drug myths he was once told now collapsed.

Learn from Graham Hancock, the British writer and journalist who specialises in theories involving ancient civilisations, stone monuments or megaliths, altered states of consciousness, ancient myths and astronomical/astrological data from the past. Along with his advocacy for ayahuasca, Graham talks about his relationship with cannabis, the importance of sovereignty over your own body and why he thinks alcohol is a far more dangerous drug.


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