Episode 33

This week on the pod! I’m with Psychedelic and Cannabis attorney Dustin Robinson. Dustin wears many hats in the psychedelic space. He’s the Founding Partner of Mr. Cannabis Law – a full-service law firm exclusively focused on cannabis and psychedelic industries. He’s the co-founder of Mr. Psychedelic Law – a 501(c)(4) focused on using medical and spiritual research to drive responsible psychedelic legal reform in Florida. And recently started his own psychedelic venture capitalist firm called Iter Investments.

During this episode, we talk all about the future of psychedelics. From the different legal frameworks being rolled out across multiple U.S. cities and states, to what the different legal paths may look like for psychedelics, to the value chain that venture capitalists are focused on in the psychedelic space.  

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Episode 14

I remember when DoubleBlind first came across my radar. I was struck by the beautiful balance of what I’d call true psychedelic culture, while also being an objective, fact-based journalistic outfit covering a wide range of topics within the psychedelic renaissance. From psychedelic legislation, to Ayahuasca tourism, to good ol’ fashioned “trip” tips, DoubleBlind is a wealth of psychedelic knowledge.

And so was my guest Shelby Hartman. The Co-Founder and CEO of Double Blind. In this episode, we cover everything from microdosing vs macrodosing, decriminalization and legalization, to Shelby’s own personal experiences with plant medicine. A great balance of personal insights and fact-based information, this episode is not to be missed!

About Shelby: Shelby Hartman is the co-founder and CEO of DoubleBlind, a media company and education platform at the forefront of the rapidly growing psychedelic movement. Also a reporter and editor specializing in psychedelics, cannabis, drug policy, and mental health, her work has appeared in VICE, Quartz, the Huffington Post, and Rolling Stone, among others.