In this episode, Bryan Fields @bryanfields24 and Kellan Finney @Kellan_Finney sit down with Josh Crossney @JoshCrossney, the CEO & Founder of Cannabis Science Conference, to discuss

  • Josh’s background as a cannabis industry executive
  • Origin of the Cannabis Science Conference
  • Cannabis as a personalized medicine
  • The necessary first step in cannabis education
  • Montel Williams and other celebrity influencers that are working with the cannabis space
  • The current status of cannabinoid products made for children and the future of where they’re going
  • How to standardize testing
  • What lab shopping is and how it influences the industry

…and how space is changing as these areas continue

Company Description:

Cannabis Science Conference is the world’s largest and fastest-growing cannabis science event. Our events have a specialized focus on analytical science, medical topics in cannabis, cultivation and hemp science. Our conferences pull together cannabis industry experts, instrument manufacturers, testing labs, research scientists, medical practitioners, policy makers and interested novices. Our semi-annual event is aimed at improving cannabis science. Join us in Baltimore, MD and Portland, Oregon for exciting conferences with keynotes, presentations, round table discussions and exhibits.

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Insta: @CannabisScienceConference

Twitter: @CannaSciCon

Clubhouse Club: Cannabis Science & Medicine

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