This episode of Soul D’licious Infused with Benjamin Bey & Stephanie Magurno aired on November 28th, 2020 on KUNV 91.5.

Benjamin Bey of Soul D’licious Seasonings and co-host Stephanie Magurno of THC Production, LLC interview Stephanie Sheehan, editor of Vegas Cannabis Magazine & Tahoe Cannabis. Additionally, the crew discusses prescription medications and a list created to help doctors make smarter choices when working with cannabis. Finally, Stephanie discussed trichomes.

Cannabis Science

Today in our science segment, we talk about cannabis and prescription drug interactions. A recent 2020 study from Penn State addressed a variety of medication which may not work well in combination with cannabinoids. 57 total. This includes both medical and recreational cannabis.

This list was created in order to assist doctors when prescribing Rx meds and cannabis properly. Additionally, it’s hoped that patients will benefit from physicians with greater knowledge. Finally, it was stressed that the doctor-patient relationship is very important to maintain. It’s best if you and your physician are honest with one another in order to achieve the best care possible.

Hash It Out! – Interview With Stephanie Shehan

Stephanie Shehan is the owner and editor of both Tahoe Cannabis Magazine and Vegas Cannabis Magazine. She helped found Vegas Cannabis Magazine in 2014. Then, Tahoe Cannabis Magazine started up three years later in 2017. Stephanie first got the idea to found a cannabis magazine while she was using Xanex prescribed by her doctor for a sleep disorder. Eventually, a friend of hers turned her on to cannabis oil and she began searching for further info. However, it was very difficult to find much reliable info on cannabis and the cannabis market.

Back in 2014, the Nevada cannabis market was just beginning to bud (excuse the pun). As a result, much of the market was still underground. It was difficult to gain interest in the magazine at first. Even at smoke shops and dispensaries, it was a challenge. In fact, some businesses suggested changing the magazine’s name to avoid bad press. However, Stephanie Shehan maintained her vision and stood strong by her idea.

Stephanie Shehan & The Magazine Business

Vegas Cannabis Magazine performs interviews of celebrities, cannabis company owners, product developers, and more. Additionally, they offer seasonal info, cooking and recipe info, art, music, budtender spotlights, and more. Stephanie noted that they really like to keep everything in the publication local. They’re also heavily focused on the medical aspects of cannabis usage. They’re big supporters of the Nevada cannabis industry and their goal is to help support their fellow industry professionals and non-profit organizations.

Some of Stephanie’s favorite stories include true medical stories. Stories where people beat illness or begin managing it using cannabis. Nearly every issue includes a patient profile. Stephanie recommends checking these sections of Vegas Cannabis Magazine for inspirational information on cannabis.

You can learn more about or connect with Stephanie Shehan by visiting her LinkedIn page. Additionally, you can follow Vegas Cannabis Magazine on their Facebook page and Instagram page.

Vegas Cannabis Magazine cover July 2020

The Soul D’licious Infused Experience

Today, Ben shares an amazing recipe with us – sautéed vegetable cabbage. For this dish, Ben recommends using the infused vegetable seasoning. This whole process only takes 3-5 minutes to cook. Listen for directions. Ingredients include:

Nugs of Knowledge

This week, we talk about trichomes. They can be found on many types of plants. These are commonly seen in the form of hairs, especially on the cannabis plant. They store the terpenes, cannabinoids, and flavonoids found in cannabis. Trichomes protect the plant from bugs, wind, UV light, bacteria, and more.

Cannabis has three different types of trichomes. Some are visible to the naked eye. On the other hand, some are more difficult to see. Trichomes should not be confused with pistols. As the cannabis plant begins to flower, the glands begin to produce cannabinoids. Trichomes can be seen with a magnifying glass.

When trichomes are clear, they are not yet ready to be harvested. When they become cloudy, they are now at their best time for harvest. Later, trichomes may begin to develop an amber tone. If they are still a cloudy amber color, you can expect a powerful high. However, when they become fully amber, THC potency decreases by 80%. Therefore, most growers will avoid allowing too much time to pass. On the other hand, the plant now contains a large concentration of CBN which is also a desirable cannabinoid.

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“Soul D’licious Infused”

Each podcast episode of Soul D’licious Infused includes different topics on the Nevada cannabis industry, as well as special guests. We interview different people from across the industry and discuss all kinds of topics. These include the pros and cons of different extracts, cannabis trends, local market info, and more. Finally, we feature the stories behind the people who work in the cannabis industry.

Additionally, we discuss our partnership with Soul D’licious Seasonings to create the first THC and CBD infused spices!

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