Green Talk is a talk show that features non-biased in-depth coverage of local marijuana industry leading up to next year’s election hosted by Charlie Converse. On this segment, Charlie interviews Cyrus Sephahbodi, lead staff writer for Leafhead LLC. Leafhead is, according to their website, “the largest network of cannabis professionals.” Cyrus also writes for Leafhead Media, the company’s blog.
At this time, many people are looking more and more to the marijuana and cannabis industries emerging around the country. With the medical benefits stacking up, and more and more people willing to look for weed shops near utah to assist with health ailments, public opinion is beginning to sway heavily towards a favorably green future.
Cannabis can be consumed in a variety of ways which is good as it means that the industry can cater to its wide range of customers’ wants. Many want to know ‘how long does it take for edibles to kick in?’ and ‘how do you roll a joint?’ but, luckily for them, there’s a wealth of information to help them online.
This increased presence of marijuana is undeniably having an impact on the workplace too. For example, employers that regularly screen their employees for illicit substances are carrying out a marijuana drug test and other screening processes on a more frequent basis. It will, therefore, be interesting to see what the future holds for drug screening in the workplace.
It is also interesting to note that due to changing public perceptions, an increasing number of people are expressing an interest in growing their own cannabis from home. This surge in popularity seems to be meeting a demand for marijuana for both medical and recreational purposes. Tempted to learn more? You can find further information about cannabis cultivation and even purchase cannabis seeds for sale online at weed-seeds.ca.
For now though, we’ll talk about the impact this has had on the local industry, amongst other topics.