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  1. Montel talks with Cooper Andrews on this episode of Let’s Be Blunt. Cooper is best known for his starring role on the long running series The Walking Dead. His character on the show, “Jerry” brings some much needed comic relief to the zombie apocalypse series. When’s he’s not on set, you’re likely to find him at a fan convention passing out his favorite cobbler. He personally came on board the cannabis bandwagon in 2017, and is now an outspoken advocate for its many benefits.
  2. Montel talks with Chris Walsh, the CEO and President at Marijuana Business Daily, on this episode of Let’s be Blunt. Marijuana Business Daily is a Colorado-based business news outlet for professionals in the recreational and medical cannabis industry and the most trusted business-to-business news source for cannabis in the US and Canada since 2011. Chris earned his MBA in international business from Regis University and has over a decade of business reporting and editorial experience. He is a legendary journalist, one of America’s foremost cannabis industry analysts, and the first journalist i
  3. On this episode of Let’s Be Blunt, Montel talks with Corvain Cooper. Corvain spent nearly 8 years in a maximum-security prison, serving a life sentence without parole for a non-violent marijuana offense. He was sentenced under the 1994 Federal Crime Bill’s three strikes law because of two previous non-violent convictions which were later vacated. On January 20th, 2021, after the hard work of many individuals and organizations, he finally and fortunately received a grant of executive clemency from Donald Trump in his final days in office. Out on 10 years of parole, he is reuniting with his love
  4. On this episode of Let’s be Blunt, Montel talks with Mark and Christy Zartler. They are parents to twin daughters, one of which, Kara, suffers from Autism and Cerebral Palsy and struggles with severe self-injurious behavior related to her condition. Whole plant cannabis has helped to relieve some of her symptoms when traditional medications didn’t. That wouldn’t be a problem if they lived in a legal medical cannabis state, but they live in Texas. The Zartler’s risk the wrath of law enforcement and Child Protective Services (when Kara was younger) in order to bring their daughter the only medic
  5. On this episode of Let’s Be Blunt, Montel talks with Bryan Buckley and George Sadler. Bryan is the CEO and Co-Founder of Helmand Valley Growers company and the Founder of the Battle Brothers Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to empowering veterans through community-based personal development, economic upward mobility, and progressive medical treatments to better their lives and the lives of their families. The Battle Brothers Foundation recently received IRB approval to launch an observational study on the use of cannabis to help combat PTSD in veterans. George is the CEO and Co-Founder of Pl
  6. On this episode of Let’s be Blunt, Montel talks with film director Craig Pryce about his latest project, The Marijuana Conspiracy, based on the true sporty of a Canadian government experiment in 1972 on the effects of cannabis consumption by women. Craig is an accomplished writer, director and executive producer for film & Television. He is the Creator, of the Good Witch series of films (of which there were a whopping 7!) and Executive Producer and lead director on the Good Witch television series starring Catherine Bell, now in its 7th Season.
  7. Montel talks with Kentiuky native Jim Higdon on this episode of Let’s Be Blunt. Jim wrote the first non-fiction account of the Cornbread Mafia which tells the story of the biggest domestic marijuana syndicate in American history, which took place in his hometown of Marion County, Kentucky. With the books success, he became a nationally recognized cannabis journalist, covering Kentucky for the Washington Post and cannabis policy for POLITICO. In 2018, he left journalism to co-found Cornbread Hemp.
  8. On this episode of Let’s be Blunt, Montel talks with Lisa Quarrell, a mother who lives in East Kilbride, Scotland, who has been tirelessly campaigning for a National Health Service-funded prescription that her son desperately needs. Her 8-year-old son, Cole, was diagnosed with a rare form of severe epilepsy as a baby and suffered up to 20 seizures a day. He had undergone brain surgery and tried 20 different anti-epileptic drugs before before he was prescribed a life-saving cannabis oil which has helped him tremendously. The coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult for her to afford the medic
  9. Imagine your child is sick…and then you discover that there is something that can bring them relief…BUT you must break the law in order to access that it, and risk the wrath of law enforcement, and worse yet, the threat of Child Protective Services knocking on your door one day and taking your child from you. Would you take the risk to help your child? The new documentary “Weediatrics”, explores stories of families at the heart of this issue. These brave parents went on camera to tell their stories, in hope of creating a greater understanding and empathy for desperate families across the count
  10. On this episode of Let’s be Blunt, Montel talks with Gina Vensel and Elizabeth Sheldon, the Co-Founders of the Plant Media Project, a boutique marketing company specializing in services for plant medicine and wellness businesses and co-hosts of the Vine podcast, aimed at providing an insightful look into the world of plant medicine. They discuss everything from their personal experiences with cannabis as patients to regulatory advocacy to business practices. https://youtube.com/watch?v=Reg5Jgj0SKw
  11. On this Let’s Be Blunt Short, Montel Williams sits down with George Hodgin, a former US Navy Seal with an MBA from Stanford University. He is the founder and CEO of Biopharmaceutical Research Company which is based out of Monterey, California. In their informative exchange, George expresses his frustration with the lack of evolution of the US federal cannabis industry since the early 1960s and explains that 92% of veterans feel that the federal government should be looking at cannabis as a potential alternative for healthcare treatment.
  12. On this episode of Let’s be Blunt, Montel talks with Adam Eidinger, a Washington D.C. businessman and cannabis rights activist, known for his role in spearheading Initiative 71, which legalized cannabis in the District of Columbia in 2015. His activism extends to a wide range of efforts; key among his causes have been the marijuana and hemp politics, GMO labeling, anti-war, and social justice. He has been featured in The Washington Post and The New York Times for his work. He is the Social Action Director for Dr. Bronner’s body care company and the founder of DC Marijuana Justice which recentl
  13. On this episode of Let’s be Blunt, Montel speaks with Moriah Barnhart. Moriah founded CannaMoms in 2013 after her daughter Dahlia was diagnosed with aggressive brain cancer and she discovered that cannabis provided much needed relief in her daughters care. She is a strong proponent of taking rights to one’s body and health and putting it back into the hands and homes of the patients and their caregivers, and she fights diligently alongside those with the same mission and message for legislative changes on a federal and state level. In 2015, Moriah helped launch Women Grow Tampa Bay, serving as
  14. Jessica Gonzalez, like millions of others, was suffering from anxiety and depression. When she decided to trade in alcohol and prescription medication for medical cannabis, not only did she feel better and become more productive, it helped her to lose100 lbs. She is a mother, a wife and a full time cannabis influencer and educator. Also known as The Mommy Jane, Jessica talks with Montel on this episode of Let’s be Blunt about giving up alcohol and medicating solely with cannabis. The outcome was remarkable. Cannabis high in THCv combined with conscious consumption (micro-dosing) and an active
  15. On this episode of Let’s Be Blunt, Montel chats with Katie Stem, CEO and Founder of Peak Extracts in Oregon. Katie is a graduate of Carleton College where she majored in pre-med and literature. While working for Washington State University and Oregon Health & Science University, she experimented in the fields of physiology, pharmacology and neurology using natural products and pharmaceutical interventions for human diseases. In 2010, she completed her degree in traditional Chinese medicine and became a licensed herbalist and acupuncturist.
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