Grow Sisters Media Presents, High Noon Sundays Podcast
HIgh Noon Sundays Podcast features prominent figures in the Cannabis and Hemp Community.
Join The Grow Sisters on ground level in the Cannabis Movement!
Authentic conversations on current topics focused on Cannabis and Hemp.
Keep scrollin for HIgh NOON Sundays Video Podcast.
So grab a joint or cannabis treat of your choice and join us for HIgh Noon Sundays.
HIgh Noon Sundays also airs LIVE on The Grow Sisters Instagram, Sundays at 12PST.
High Noon Sundays
Tommy Cappel or Sidecar Tommy is beatmaker, drummer, and co-producer of the electro-gypsy trio known as Beats Antique
With roots steeped in The Yard Dogs Road Show, the Extra Action Marching Band, Tommy Cappel’s solo work is where his listeners experience in beats, unfiltered.
Tommy started learning about the healing aspects of cannabis when he moved to the Bay Area in the 90s and realized that cannabis could help minimize the debilitating epileptic seizures he had faced for over 20 years since he was 14. As more scientific research and stories on cannabis became available, he spent 15 years studying what strains help his seizures as well as express himself musically.
The Humboldt seed company
HIgh NOON Sunday celebrates the arrival spring in this podcast with Nat Pennington of The Humboldt Seed Company! This season The Grow Sisters and The Humboldt Seed Company have teamed up to provide you with the perfect Grow Your Own Garden genetic lineup. The Humboldt Seed Company is on a mission to provide high-quality cannabis seeds to customers who want to grow their own cannabis plants. This podcast we will talk about cultivation tips about each genetic in the Grow Your Own Pack.
Join Grow Sisters, Siobhan Danger Darwish & Liz Blaz for this HNS Podcast with Ashley, of Lumi Wellness in Portland Oregon. The ladies discuss consumer education directed at purchasing products and the importance of becoming educated on cannabis and CBD products. So grab a joint or cannabis treat of your choice and join us for HIgh Noon Sundays.
In this very informative podcast, we visit with Lauren Rudick, Partner at Hiller, PC and head of the firm’s cannabis practice.
We celebrate Mother’s day and get briefed on the “essential but excluded” issue regarding the lack of access stimulus funding for cannabis businesses, notwithstanding their “essential” status during this current social situation.
Rudick elaborates on what “essential but excluded” businesses are experiencing and how she and the team of Hiller, PC are working to eliminate this problem so cannabis businesses can receive subsidies. Without this funding many cannabis businesses will go out of business.