From wake and bake to investing in weed stocks, these cannabis podcasts can help you pass the time
A great podcast never goes out of style.
Even with the constant flood of media found online and across streaming services today, the popularity of the format is undeniable. And they provide a valuable service in these trying times: They are exceptionally good at passing the time.
This is particularly true when the subject of the podcast is cannabis, and when you are, let’s say, sampling the subject matter. With that in mind, here are five great podcasts that will slide seamlessly into your life.
Dude Grows Show
Scotty Real offers up not just news and humour but timely advice on how to grow cannabis in your home or backyard. With a lot of people in the dark when it comes to cultivation, this podcast is a one-stop shop for everything you need. Shows fall into different categories—like Wake & Bake and Grow Talk—but all will leave you entertained and ready to get growing.
Getting Doug With High
If you like hearing comedians get high, play games and discuss the latest in cannabis news, this one is for you. Doug Benson has hosted this podcast for five years, sharing the air and savoury strains with Sarah Silverman, Kevin Smith and Jack Black, to name just a few.
Great Moments in Weed History with Abdullah and Bean
Abdullah Saeed and David Bienenstock bring the goods here, examining the more important figures in humanity’s long history with cannabis. From Willie Nelson, to Maya Angelou to Jesus, himself, this funny, informative show is worth a listen.
The Adam Dunn Show
A great way to keep up with the latest in the industry, the Adam Dunn Show is a reliable three hours of news and entertainment that comes out once a week. With new guests every show, this podcast will have you sounding smarter at your next party. You know, if that’s your thing.
A great source for the latest trends and stocks you might want to invest in, CannaInsider’s Matthew Kind focuses on interviews with industry leaders. Expect to hear about everything from canna-tourism to how robots are changing the industry.
Written by David Yasvinski