Tag: YouTube

  • The (Seriously Racist) Mystery Of Canadian Cannabis Prohibition

    Cannabis Digest is happy to bring you weekly episodes of the Cannaisseur with Caelan Walton, but you don’t have to wait, visit the youtube page and subscribe for more videos. In the seventh episode of The Cannaisseur we’re going to delve into the racist roots of cannabis prohibition in North America and find out why Canada […]

  • VIDEOS from the 2016 Cannabis Hemp Convention

    This week I am recording videos from the International Cannabis Business Conference in Vancouver, documenting the presentations of some of the world’s premiere researchers, scientists and advocates of cannabis’ many gifts. By sharing these videos we can help advance general understanding of this plant and perhaps quicken the progress of cannabis policy reform around the world. […]

  • “Hey, Let’s Put On A Vapor Lounge Show!”

    Russell Barth The Story Of Ottawa’s First Weekly Marijuana-Themed Youtube Series For those unfamiliar with my previous activism work, I make a lot of videos. My Youtube page has over 370 videos, 1,782 subscribers, and it gets over 1,200 hits every day, with a total of over 3 million views. Almost all of those hits […]

  • Cannabis Digest Launches new Youtube Channel

    In the modern internet world there is plenty of room to expand and plenty of avenues for education.  The Cannabis Digest began as a Quarterly Journal and has since expanded to 32 pages with International writers providing World Class content. The Cannabis Digest Forums and Website have since expanded and now provide a Daily source […]

  • Updates, Warnings, and Suggestions

    By Gayle Quin This has been truly one of the most amazing summers of my life. Not only do I feel healthier than I ever have before, but the synchronicity happening all summer has been astounding. Ted and I have been on two book tours, and to one music festival, selling his text book. The […]

  • Updates, Warnings, And Suggestions

    By Gayle Quin Spring was wonderful! With the long lasting winter, the blossoms were anxious to show their splendour. And with a seed bank open in town this year, there are many new happy, hopeful gardeners. Let’s hope for a great growing season! Court is moving along as court does—slowly but surely. The preliminary court […]