Cannabis: A Community, A Culture, A Critical Medicine
On this edition of the Friendly Aussie Podcast, we sat down in person with Anthony – the extremely enthusiastic and high-energy Product Development Manager of cannabis clinic Releaf. He also works on Mull Café – a chill space dedicated to medicinal cannabis patients.
In his time with us, he divulged on his optimistic perspective about the increasing relevance of cannabis as a medicinal treatment option, a spiritual sacrament, and as a vehicle to bring together people from all walks of life.
As a staunch advocate of cannabis legalisation, drug decriminalisation and expansion of access to high quality plant medicines, Anthony is one of the many participants within the burgeoning legal industry who sees a bright future on the horizon for Australian cannabis users.
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Anthony is on a mission to make a difference to people’s lives. His passion and love for cannabis is in full display in this interview, and the energy he brings to the roundtable is infectious.
We loved speaking candidly with him about the interactions, properties and potential futures that the plant has in store. The more we meet people like Anthony – people who are doing amazing work within the industry – the more we feel justified in our hope for drug decriminalisation, cannabis legalisation, and the continued growth and expansion of the medicinal cannabis scene down under.
In this podcast, we cover a smorgasbord of topics. From THC percentages and the entourage effect, to the basic underlying values of Releaf, to a discussion of the strains available on the medicinal scheme, to Anthony’s journey into the cannabis scene and how he got where he is today – we basically run the whole gamut within just over an hour.
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We could have continued this way for much longer (he was certainly keen!), but we decided to cut the recording short for the sake of brevity.
We’re looking forward to having Anthony back on the podcast some day for another round of chats. Thanks for coming through and speaking with us, mate!