What Are You Smoking? features Leafly experts Jeremiah Wilhelm, Bailey Rahn, Will Hyde, and Brett Konen reviewing strains, test-firing products, offering up pro tips, and answering your toughest cannabis questions.
What Are You Smoking?
Episode 17: ‘Headband & Chemmy Jones, Sugar Foot!’
In this episode: The WAYS team wraps its head around Headband from Black Label Cannabis, dips into some dabs from Dorado Extracts, and announces the release of Leafly’s first book.
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Strains & Products on This Episode:
Black Label Cannabis
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Tart Cherry Pastilles from Goodship
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The Leafly Guide to Cannabis
Meet Your Show Hosts
Jeremiah Wilhelm is a strain researcher and subject matter expert at Leafly. A former budtender, Jeremiah is the site’s reigning beard champion and self-proclaimed Office Garden Gnome.
Bailey Rahn is an editor at Leafly specializing in cannabis strains and health. When she’s not at Leafly, you’ll likely find her smoking her way up a mountain or playing dress-up with her cats.
Will Hyde is a subject matter expert, strain specialist, and digital producer at Leafly. He spends his free time traveling and exploring creative outlets as a DJ, digital artist, and film producer.
Brett Konen is an editor at Leafly specializing in lifestyle content. She’s fascinated by parallels between alcohol and cannabis, and is very bad at writing while high.
About Our Music:
Music for “What Are You Smoking” is provided by Lusine. “Ticking Hands” is from his album Sensorimotor. “Two Dots” is from A Certain Distance. For more about Lusine, check out Ghostly.com.