If you’re a fan of University of Maryland athletics, the “Terps” are an essential part of your happiness. If the Terps (terrapins) are selected for the March Madness NCAA tournament, it provides sports fans with something to do at the tail end of the long Mid-Atlantic winter. But there’s another
If a safe and legal natural substance was shown in research studies to extend lifespan by almost 20%, would you start taking it? And what
What is CBD’s role in gut health? The endocannabinoid system is a natural system that we all have in our body and it’s there to keep our body in a state of homeostasis and balance. It oversees a number of important biological functions, appetite, inflammation, mood and even motor control.
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Industry thought leader, Jacquie Cohen Roth, proprietor of CannabizMD and Tea Pad joined Max & Steven to talk about her passion for educating physicians about medical cannabis and the endocannabinoid system. 97% of medical schools don’t even teach about this system which plays a role in every bodily function, making us feel lucky to have Jacquie in our midst to enlighten us all. And Dr. G shares his advice for how to break negative cycles by making healthier and more positive day to day choices. He explains how CBD helps manage stress, anxiety and depression and works to improve your overall health. Listen until the very end for the best “Mailsack” EVER!
On this week’s episode of Understanding CBD, listen to Max & Steven open up about their thoughts on new year’s traditions around the world, resolution and goal setting in 2021 and how to navigate the oftentimes confusing cbd product landscape. Max and Steven talk to Dr. G about all of this plus the magic of how terpenes interact with other molecules in your gut microbiome. Basically, the way you get your cbd matters. And once again, a full spectrum cbd oil is the answer to the question of, “What’s best?”
Hoʻoponopono, Max & Steven Style and Plenty of Laughter as We Reflect on 2020 and the Year Ahead – Episode 44
Hoʻoponopono…try saying that 10 times in a row! On this episode of Understanding CBD, Max and Steven share their thoughts and experiences with this ancient Hawaiian conflict resolution process and show us how resolving issues from a place of humility, gratitude and love can bring us closer to our true selves and improve our relationships and well being. What does that have to do with cbd you may ask? Well, this week’s special guest, Rebecca Spain, explains. Rebecca is a health and wellness expert, a hemp advocate, and is trained in Hoʻoponopono mediation. Listen to her connect the dots between self-awareness, self-healing and using tools such as cbd and Hoʻoponopono to cultivate greater health and happiness. If that weren’t enough food for thought, we also have the privilege of hearing from the one and only Doc G. (Dr. Ben Gonzalez) on a topic that is rarely discussed openly and honestly- physician and patient relationships and the insurance industry. After you hear Doc G.’s honest and thoughtful expression of the realities doctors battle in an effort to serve their patients ethically and in the spirit of promoting a patient’s best interests, you’ll wish Doc G. or someone just like him was your doctor. Still reading? You should be listening to the show already!
With an average of 22 veteran suicide’s a day, our conversation with Steve Ellmore about the overprescription of drugs to veterans is long overdue. Listen in as we talk to Steve Ellmore about his first feature-length documentary. Producer, director, and military veteran Steve Ellmore chronicles the lives of fellow veterans, spouses, and family members coping with war-related trauma and the loss of loved ones to suicide brought on by the over-prescription of pharmaceuticals.