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As the cannabis industry increases in popularity, there is still much to be learned about it. New scientific discoveries are being found each and every day. Whether one is seeking out medicinal research, growth strategies, or even simple business practices, there is an abundance of information out there. The trick is knowing where to seek out this information. One of the least expected places to expand upon that knowledge is through podcasts. Many resourceful podcasts have proven beneficial for those in the cannabis industry. Living in a fast-paced society provides the perfect opportunity to learn more about the industry while on the go. The following are just a few podcasts that are well worth the listen when given the chance.

CannaInsider allows the audience to take an inside look within the cannabis industry. Each week the host, Matthew Kind, takes the time to interview both leaders and insiders in the field already. They discuss the driving force behind the cannabis industry and provide listeners invaluable information for those looking to get into the business. The strategies and personal experiences shared by those that Kind interviews are extremely helpful for those looking to learn more.

Great Moments in Weed History is an excellent podcast for those looking to divulge into the history of cannabis. Though many may think it is a fairly new and thriving industry, mankind has been dealing with this plant for quite some time. The hosts Abdullah Saeed and David Bienenstock bring the listeners with them to take a further look into the complex history of cannabis. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about how the industry has gotten to where it is today with weed.

Given the cannabis industry has in large part been built and supported by women, High Friends is an excellent podcast that takes a closer look. Hosts Rachel Colic and Gill Plard take the opportunity to bring fellow women in the field on the podcast to discuss all aspects of the industry. They take a deep dive into sustainability all the way to the ethics of the cannabis industry. This is a must-listen if you are a woman looking to break into the market.


Scott Gelbard