Verify out this amazing Instagram video from our buddies at Swearnet featuring Amy Anonymous performing it up for Swearnet’s final episode of “ CANNABIS”, season 1.

We get a appear at some of the episode’s highlights as Amy dips her feet into the freezing waters of Nova Scotia, checks out the Peace East 420 Festival, and does an sector profile on Craig Ex aka The Professional of Professional Joints.

By the way, if you know Swearnet, it is no surprise that they’re in Nova Scotia due to the fact it is the “uncensored comedy network” brought to you by Mike Smith, JP Tremblay and Robb Wells. If these names do not ring a bell, maybe they’re greater recognized to you as Bubbles, Julian, and Ricky of the Trailer Park Boys?

Amy ran into Craig at the 2018 Karma Cup in downtown Toronto, exactly where he was there covering the occasion with Studio 710, and she place his specialist rolling capabilities to the test. As you can see, his capabilities stands for itself!

He points to 1 of our favourite growers for an instance of the remarkable possible of craft cannabis- Liberty Farms, the growers behind the legendary Lindsay OG strain that makes use of no pesticides or chemical compounds in their genuine, good quality cannabis, according to Craig.

Craig also tells Amy how he became 1 of Canada’s most recognizable cannabis personalities and why he’s fighting the excellent fight to normalize cannabis and aid bring it to the mainstream. Then there’s the problem of craft cannabis. Craig strongly believes craft cannabis need to be permitted to flourish in Canada so the cannabis sector does not finish up becoming dominated only by enormous corporate-owned LP’s.

Amy mentions how Canada’s licensed producers have had recalls more than the use of banned pesticides and other concerns, and Craig points out how unlicensed growers like Temple of Calyx and REMO have Under no circumstances had a recall.

Want extra? Then make certain to verify out Craig turn the tables and interview Amy in the video right here.




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