Episode 2

Published on:

23rd Aug 2021

It's all about the water

In this episode, Martin introduces our new co-host, Adam. We share a little bit about our personal journeys and the vision for the podcast. Our main story is on the challenges hemp growers are having in the United States due to extreme drought, and severe flooding. It's a complex story, but we're happy to unpack it for you. We hope you enjoy it, and thanks for listening to the show.

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Episode 2 (27 minutes) was recorded at 10 PM CET, on August 22, 2021, with Ringr app. Editing and post-production was done with Descript.

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About the Podcast

High Five for Hemp
Exploring the use of industrial hemp around the planet.
Co-hosts, Martin and Adam share their personal journeys and explorations on the use of the Cannabis Sativa plant, e.g., CBD oil, and hemp capsules.

We talk about the different uses of industrial hemp and medical marijuana products becoming more available to mass markets, what is going on with the research and development in this field, the historical cultivation of hemp, new small business opportunities for the future, and having a discourse on the rules and laws regarding the production of industrial hemp, ("crack")pot politics, legalization, etc.

We will also invite guests and experts in the field, to the show. We are also interested in talking with fellow content creators and podcasters, potential partners, and sponsors for the show.
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About your hosts

Martin Lindeskog

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Creator, ✍🏻 Tea Book Sketches. Indie Biz Philosopher ⚛️ & New Media 📲 Advisor, TeaParty.Media. Blogger since 2002 and podcaster🎙since 2006. First podcast: EGO NetCast. Latest podcast: High Five for Hemp. Support 💲My Work and 🗽 Freedom of Expression: https://bio.link/lyceum

Adam Tinkoff

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Hemp advocate and cannabis enthusiast for more than 40 years. Adam lives in San Diego, California and travels often throughout Mexico.