Take a look at this superior Instagram video from our pals at Swearnet that includes Amy Nameless doing it up for Swearnet’s final episode of “ CANNABIS”, season 1.

We get a take a look at among the episode’s highlights as Amy dips her toes into the freezing waters of Nova Scotia, checks out the Peace East 420 Pageant, and does an trade profile on Craig Ex aka The Professional of Professional Joints.

By the way in which, if you recognize Swearnet, it’s no shock that they’re in Nova Scotia because it’s the “uncensored comedy community” delivered to you by Mike Smith, JP Tremblay and Robb Wells. If these names don’t ring a bell, maybe they’re higher recognized to you as Bubbles, Julian, and Ricky of the Trailer Park Boys?

Amy bumped into Craig on the 2018 Karma Cup in downtown Toronto, the place he was there overlaying the occasion with Studio 710, and he or she put his knowledgeable rolling abilities to the check. As you possibly can see, his abilities stands for itself!

He factors to certainly one of our favorite growers for an instance of the wonderful potential of craft cannabis- Liberty Farms, the growers behind the legendary Lindsay OG pressure that makes use of no pesticides or chemical substances of their actual, high quality cannabis, in response to Craig.

Craig additionally tells Amy how he turned certainly one of Canada’s most recognizable cannabis personalities and why he’s combating the nice struggle to normalize cannabis and assist convey it to the mainstream. Then there’s the problem of craft cannabis. Craig strongly believes craft cannabis ought to be allowed to flourish in Canada so the cannabis trade doesn’t find yourself being dominated solely by huge corporate-owned LP’s.

Amy mentions how Canada’s licensed producers have had recollects over the usage of banned pesticides and different points, and Craig factors out how unlicensed growers like Temple of Calyx and REMO have NEVER had a recall.

Need extra? Then be certain to take a look at Craig flip the tables and interview Amy within the video right here.

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