Freshemp! Whats new. What's hot. What's health. What's not.
A health podcast from Pam & Heather
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Welcome to Freshemp! Join Heather Diers and Pam Trapp both certified medical cannabis educators and activists as we discuss everything hemp and cannabinoids. It’s the fastest growing industry int he last 50 years for a great reason. It’s nothing short of miraculous in so many ways. We will break down the industry, the science, the applications both medicinally and functionally, the history, the legality, and all fresh and relevant news of the moment. Join our chats with industry leaders and pioneers as well as hearing personal testimonials to the life changing benefits for users. Check show notes for references and if you love us, please leave a review! Thanks for listening and share away!
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