Podcasts in Video

Terpenes and Testing: The Podcast with Derek Chase (EP4)

In this episode, Jason S. Lupoi, Ph.D. chats with Derek Chase, president of Flora + Bast Cannabis and founder of Psilouette Wellbeing. Discussion points include the stoned ape theory and the idea that psilocybin may have birthed language; why we are pointed towards addictive things like caffeine, TV, and sugar, whereas substances like cannabis and psilocybin are still scheduled I; mushrooms and end-of-life care; and the importance of optimizing one’s set and setting for a psychedelic experience.

Terpenes and Testing: The Podcast with Robert Strongin, Ph D (EP3)

On this episode, Jason S. Lupoi, Ph.D. chats with Robert Strongin, Ph.D., Professor of Organic Chemistry at Portland State University. Drs. Lupoi and Strongin discuss toxicants that can form as terpene degradation products when dabbing at high temperatures, how the levels of these toxicants compare to those formed from smoking a joint, breathing nanoparticles, and the divergent results Dr. Strongin’s group measured between dabbing and vaping higher levels of the monoterpene myrcene.

Terpenes and Testing: The Podcast with Steve Scheier (EP2)

On this episode, Jason S. Lupoi, Ph.D. chats with Steve Scheier, “leadership cultivator” and co-author of the book Power Up: Power Tools for Committed Cannabusiness Leaders. Discussion points include how to effectively find your inner power to help facilitate stepping into a leadership role within the cannabis industry, challenges new managers can face, why your employees should not be your friends, and what effective and ineffective power-wielding strategies look like.

Terpenes and Testing: The Podcast with Dr Bryan Doner (EP1)

In our inaugural podcast episode, T&T editor-in-chief, Jason S. Lupoi, Ph.D., chats with Dr. Bryan Doner, President/CEO of D&P Medical Group. Drs. Doner and Lupoi discuss the endocannabinoid system and its omission in the modern medical school curriculum, Dr. Doner’s personal interest in cannabis-based medicine, and the reaction of some of Dr. Doner’s peers when he became outspoken about cannabis.