Speaker 1: Jamie Lowell and Nurse Heather,
Speaker 2: nurse Heather returns as she's just launched nature nurse, which truly focuses on plant medicine, including but not limited to cannabis. She even gives us a great hippocrates quote, so stay tuned for that specifically and just enjoy nurse heather for being nurse Heather. Generally Jamie lol then takes us through a history of legal cannabis in Michigan. He discusses how the upstart program got going and the various hurdles it's faced along the way and continues to face. Jamie does move around during the interview, so please bear with him. He also discusses the concept of conspiracy conspiracy theory, so know that going in, but then again, we haven't spoken to too many folks. Can Michigan? Welcome to cannabis economy. I'm your host Seth Adler. Check us out on social with the handle can economy. That's two ends of the world economy became in law, proceeded by a nurse.
Speaker 1: Oh, okay. That's fair. That's wonderful. I was born ready. I know you were at nurse. Heather, you're back. The good news is, of course the good news is that you and I have been keeping touch, uh, in between interviews, so, you know, it hasn't been like a year that we've spoken to each other. That's what friends do they stay in touch. See that, that's you said it. And I love it. And I agree. So, um, the reason that we're talking today is because this weekend it happened, the launch it, did we, we launched nature's nurse. Very big way. Alright, so nature's nurse tell us everything that we need to know. Well, first of all, it's nature nurse with no ss and
Speaker 3: that's okay because it's a common mistake, Edward News. So it's nature nurse products and services. And we did, we launched this weekend at the southern California, a conference cannabis conference and expo and you know, everything went off beautifully, better than I could've ever anticipated or expected. And the thing is, you know, nature's nurse would imply that we were nursing nature, but the truth is nature is the nurse. So this is nature nurse and we utilize all plants, not just cannabis to support and stimulate the endocannabinoid system to help humans with their balance and homeostasis and overall health.
Speaker 1: Alright, so let's dive in there. You know, at first blush I would think, okay, here's, here's a cannabis product. You're saying no, it's not a cannabis product exclusively. Tell us about it.
Speaker 3: Well, what we've done, I've spent the last two years actually researching and working to launch this brand. So it's not something we just slap, happy put together. Um, I've been researching other plants because I come from that of holistic place as a nurse as well as knowing about traditional healing from the native American and Hispanic background that I come from. So I'm, I'm aware of lots of plants in urbalism and so the last two years I've been spending my time researching these plants that I know are medicinal and valuable and seeing how they stimulate support and enrich the endocannabinoid system. So we've now formulated products that have other plans other than cannabis as well as products that have other plants, including cannabis. And this really allows us to reach a wide range of people, those who are seeking the cannabis alone, those who are looking for cbd or those who want to try something that maybe just has hemp seed oil in it, not pure cannabis or the cdd enriched.
Speaker 1: So what other plants, just to give us an idea, you know, what else are you, what else is involved here besides cannabis, you know, such things as
Speaker 3: well. You know, it's interesting to note that cannabis, we're, we're looking at strains, right? So when you look at your strange or indicates sativa, we're kind of past that in science, what do we do is we look at the plants and we know they have a cannabinoid profile. So you can have a cannabis that has 19 percent thc and that that plant can either be sativa, Endeca, depending upon drum roll please Dah Dah, Dah, Dah, terpene. And so the terpenoid profile is very, very special to the cannabis plant. But the thing about Turpines, they come in all kinds of other plants. So for instance, has a high level of Linalool, which is a terpene that helps with relaxation, sleep, anxiety. We also have plants like oranges that have a high concentration of limiting and that's a, that's a terpene that you would find like in your lemon skunks and your Jack Herrera and things like that. So taking, you know, these other plants that have these turpines and utilizing them to create products to promote health is what we've done.
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