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Dee Dee

502 Hemp Founder and CEO

Dee Dee started 502 Hemp to educate and support her community with Kentucky hemp products. Her high standard with compassion has been noticed by communities and organizations with various awards. She continues to grow and partners with local companies to cultivate a wellness atmosphere. Learn the full story of 502 Hemp and Dee Dee Taylor.

Matt

502 Hemp Business Director and Co-Owner

Matt became interested in CBD when his arthritis became so inhibiting it threatened to end his athletic career. After taking CBD he noticed a dramatic improvement, not only arthritic inflammation, but also muscle soreness and overall demeanor. The decreased inflammation allowed Matt to resume his athletic training and train longer than before. Observing these improvements, Matt knew that CBD was an industry to be involved in. He wanted to share this amazing product with as many people as possible. Once Dee Dee and Matt became acquainted they became the perfect match for a dream team operation.

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Introduction

Matt:
Hi, I’m Matt

Dee Dee:
And I’m Dee Dee. We are the hilarious outcome of opposing brains sharing a mutual desire to share knowledge and positivity when thinking about hemp and cannabis.

Matt:
We are here to tear down the walls built by big pharma and other big companies that seek to keep the human race and fear divided.

Dee Dee:
We are here to shatter the myths about hemp and cannabis and change the stigma of this amazing plant. Welcome to Hemp and Happiness with the hemp queen.

Matt:
And emperor.

Dee Dee:
Podcast. Join us as we venture into this misunderstood and the unknown.

Welcome

Dee Dee:
Hey, happy hempsters so good to be with you guys today, Matt and I are here and ready to chit chat and hopefully keep you all entertained about this wonderful cannabis industry.

Matt:
Yes.

Dee Dee:
So what’s, what’s the topic today, Matt?

Matt:
Why are you asking me? I thought you were doing the topic today.

Dee Dee:
Not this one. It’s all on you,

Matt:
Man. Okay. So today we are gonna go try to do a double shot. Mm.

Dee Dee:
I do like double

Matt:
Shots, double. So we’re gonna have to stay on, on point. I know it’s difficult, but there’s two topics that I think we can discuss quickly that are, are, are interesting. And definitely relevant. One is I want, I want to speak, I want us to speak a little bit about the impending recession gas prices and how that is affecting the cannabis industry and what you can do as a listener to get the most out of your money in the hemp and cannabis industry as it exists now and how that might change. We’re gonna try to do that in 15 minutes. All right. Then I want to see if we can get any headway on the classic debate that we have around the office as to which is superior, as far as ingesting cannabinoids, gummies, or tinctures also known as oils mm-hmm <affirmative>. There are a lot of benefits and drawbacks to both. We’ll let you be the judge or not <laugh> if you don’t think for yourself, and if you don’t then welcome to listen to me, welcome to a lifetime of servitude and slavery.

Dee Dee:
Oh, please.

Matt:
Just all right. Gosh. Y’all that went dark already. We haven’t even started

Dee Dee:
Damn, come on, bring it

Get the most out of your money in the hemp and cannabis industry.

Matt:
All right. So gas prices, I’m really tired of hearing about it. Same since gas has gone up. I have, I actually, this is how weird I am. I take a mental log during rush hour, every day to and from on how many people are carpooling. Currently, the average is one out of every five cars that I see has more than one person in it. Everyone’s complaining about gas, but nobody’s carpooling. Nobody seems to, they just want to complain about it. A lot of people. So one very true. The gas industry is charging these prices for two reasons. One because of the dollar shit right now, and two, because they can mm-hmm <affirmative> we’ve dealt with these gas shortages before. This is actually the hard, the first, well, I shouldn’t say the first time, but if you look at barrel to pump pricing, we’re getting screwed more than we ever have through any quote unquote shortage we ever had,

Dee Dee:
But wow means blame it

Matt:
No there’s and there’s only one reason cuz they can. And I personally believe it’s the last hiatus. It’s the last opportunity for these oil barons to kind of get in cuz they, they know their time has, has come.

Dee Dee:
Oh for sure. Well fossil fuels don’t last forever people. Hello? I mean, for people that think that the prices wouldn’t go up and I’m sorry, but the United States pays a lot less than Europe does a lot less.

Matt:
We, yes we are still even now in one of the cheapest gas countries,

Dee Dee:
But you know what, Matt I’ve had people argue with me about it, about the whole pipeline from Canada. Do you know that that really wasn’t gonna bring any oil into the United States? They literally just wanted to use their pipeline to ship it out to the Gulf, to ship it to other countries. So when people bitch about that pipeline being closed, I’m like you’re listening to the wrong people.

Matt:
Well, and that’s the whole thing because I, I think that another, you know, incentive for these gas prices is it helps to drive home division

Dee Dee:
People. And another pipeline is for natural gas. It’s not even for crude oil.

Matt:
Well, what it is, it’s people who want one thing or people who want the other varying political parties, varying economic interests, mm-hmm, <affirmative> all seeking to divide individuals

Dee Dee:
That that is exactly it. And most people play into that horribly in this country. Right?

Matt:
Right. So the reality is as much as it sucks as Americans, you know, we, we, we have to deal with it and if it’s really that bad and it’s really affecting you, I would highly encourage you to carpool take the bus. It take, well, take the bus, even though the bus can be rough, it’s very long it but carpooling alone can, can cut your your fuel economy in half very easily. So and other than that, you know, if <laugh>, don’t give to blame it, we’re, we’re all to blame. All right. And, and, and if, if, if you’re gonna blame one side, then you may as well just blame yourself. Cuz it’s all of our faults. It is

Dee Dee:
Okay. It really is. So I mean, because I really think that hemp could, is the, the wave of the future and we need to focus on hemp biofuel. I’ve been saying it forever hemp tool at paper hemp, everything, people hemp, everything.

Matt:
Yes. Hemp is good. Renewable is good. We have to be cognizant of, of, of CO2 emissions, which we’ve covered on an earlier podcast. Mm-Hmm <affirmative> but yeah, there there’s alternatives out there and they, and they’re coming, you know, that, that, and that’s why I say that these barons are, are seeing their last chance.

Dee Dee:
Well, yeah, they, they wanna get as much money as they possibly can from us and then buy all the stocks cuz you know, they’re really low right now. So they’re gonna go in and make more money off off of you

Matt:
Later. Well, and that’s a, that’s a, a good segue because the, the second thing I wanted to talk about affecting cash and cannabis is the impending recession. So

Dee Dee:
Some say that it’s already here, Matt.

Matt:
Yeah. Well, and whether you wanna say it’s here or it’s coming either way, mm-hmm, <affirmative>, it’s, it’s at this point inevitable and a lot of people don’t know this, but this recession has been inevitable for years. If you follow economists and follow economic trends, correct. Pre COVID COVID drove at home. Right. But this, this has been on the rise for a while,

Dee Dee:
But again, it’s blamed on certain political parties. Right. And it’s, it’s absolutely insane. And as, and

Matt:
I, right, and the, the, the reason why the media shapes this recession to make you believe that it’s due to a P a poli political party or a group or someone who wants something and someone who doesn’t. And again, it’s just to, to, to continue the division mm-hmm <affirmative>, there is no one political party. The, the, the, the decision was made on the, on the attempts to correct this over the last two years. And, and it, it hasn’t been an accident, but it has led to a deflation of the dollar. And just to give you a quick, quick breakdown of, of how this works is our dollar is not backed on silver or gold. There is no reserve. You can’t cash it in, it’s actually backed on debt. It’s be he’s backed on our debt and, and, and national debt. So when you do something like give people a ton of money or give businesses a ton, ton of money with no intention of having them repay that it actually undermines the very thing that backs that

Dee Dee:
Current. Yeah. You remember all those PPP loans, people where the hell did you think that money came from?

Matt:
Yeah. That, so that all we did was we took a number and then we added zeros to it. Oh. And

Dee Dee:
Guess what? We didn’t take one.

Matt:
And we right. Well, and yes, pat on the back for us for that. Yes. but a lot of businesses did. So it did, if, if you, as an individual took those loans and with no intention of paying them back and took that money, which pretty much everyone did, mm-hmm, <affirmative> really didn’t have a choice. Just kind of check showed up in the mail. That was,

Dee Dee:
Yeah. The stimulus ones

Matt:
Personally, that right. That was money created at a thinning with, with no debt to back it. So all that did was dilute the value of the currency on, I mean, that, that they didn’t take from one thing and give to another, they just made more. So <laugh>, I mean, to, to give, let me give, let, let’s say currency out of it. Let me give you a quick scenario. So you have a small village, 20 people, you have a hundred chickens in that village. You can raise these chickens, harvest the eggs, give birth to other chickens, grow your flock and struggle through it. Right? Someone comes by flies over, will say, sees this village and says, all those poor people let’s dump 500 chickens on them, but these chickens are dead. Can’t be grown eggs, just strictly eaten. And then they come by again and they see them still struggling and like, oh, let’s, let’s dump another 500 chickens. Then what happens is the chickens don’t have any value anymore. And people stop raising them and they say, me, I’ll just wait for more chickens to fall out of the sky. And that’s where we’re at right now. You’ve got people not wanting to work. That’s

Dee Dee:
A really good analogy.

Matt:
You you’ve got people not wanting to tend to their chickens, just waiting for more chickens to fall out of the sky. And now there’s no more chickens. So if you want to contribute to the problem, I probably like chicken. I do well. It’s very healthy. <Laugh> and I I’ve experienced in chicken husbandry, which was actually what made me think of this analogy. If you want to contribute, get a job, serving the community even volunteer, serving the community, whatever you can, that that’s gonna get the community, your local community active and the local infrastructure sustainable is going to help. Not, not, not blaming right. Well, this and blah, blah, that

Dee Dee:
It is always been about supporting the local economy in which you live always. Right. Always, always, always. We’ve always supported locals. I mean, that’s, that’s huge. You’ve gotta support the, the community that you are in. Yeah. Always agreed.

Matt:
Mm-Hmm <affirmative> agreed. So

Dee Dee:
I’ll agree on that too. Well,

Matt:
Look at the, we are off.

Dee Dee:
I know right’s

Matt:
A good start. So how

Dee Dee:
Blue shirt guy? I just have to bring it out. I love the new shirts by the way. It looks good on you. Blue shirt guy, one, man. Please know. There, there

Matt:
We go. All right. Gotta

Dee Dee:
Pop, sorry, listeners. I know you don’t know what he was. You were listeners doing. I know they can see, they didn’t see it, but it wasn’t pretty. We don’t need to see his

Matt:
Talking about,

Dee Dee:
I do not need to see that moving on, moving

Matt:
On, hang on. I’ll never mind. I’m not gonna do that. No, don’t do that. So cannabis and hemp and how this economy affects that. So to some people, C B, D and cannabis is a need to sum it’s a luxury. Yes. So obviously to those who consider it a luxury or to those who simply can’t afford it it will no longer be purchased. There is still a good amount of and cannabis. And

Dee Dee:
That thought makes me sad too, because really CBD products should not be considered a luxury. I do truly believe that everyone needs this in their diet. And there are ways that you can still get these products at a reasonable cost.

Matt:
Right.

Dee Dee:
And that’s what we’re here to talk about, right? Correct. Because you gotta this thought that CBD is a luxury item and that you only need it every now and again, I, I really want to work on us breaking that myth. And that’s because it’s not true. Everyone needs cannabinoids in their diet. We do not produce enough in our brain to give our body that homeostasis that we need it. That just doesn’t happen. And we’re not getting it through our food source where they used to get it back in the 18 hundreds and whatnot. We have to add these in our diet. We need them. They are a vitamin. It is not a luxury item. I know it sucks because it’s not an ex an, a cheap item. And

Matt:
They’re like, they’re like a vitamin, they’re technically not a

Dee Dee:
Vitamin. I know because we can’t call ’em a dietary supplement or a vitamin. I know, but they’re like a vitamin. Yes, they’re Canna. And you have to be careful of those super cheap vitamin too, because I would question that, always question that but yes, we understand, and we understand how the market is and how expensive things are getting. And the sad part is it’s not necessarily the hemp that is causing the prices to stay where they are, or even raised somewhat. It’s mostly the packaging costs and the extraction costs because traction cost, because remember how we talked about the gas and all that stuff going down, well, it trickles down all those rising prices trickle down to the extraction process, down to the packaging and the containers. Then they charge more for all that stuff. So, you know, we’re lucky we have managed not to raise our prices. What does that mean for us? Well, that’s on that’s our business. We choose to have products that where we can hopefully keep them affordable for everybody. I think that’s kind of important and even the big, higher, expensive price items, we have solutions

Matt:
Right.

Dee Dee:
For those.

Matt:
Right. So let’s, that’s a good segueway. Let let’s get into that.

Dee Dee:
You’re

Matt:
Welcome. Thank you. A few ways that you can still get your CBD needs in a, well, I should, I’m just gonna say cannabinoids cause I’m, I’m all of them THC

Dee Dee:
Included. We are pro cannabis every day.

Matt:
C THC included. Yes. one as far as THC goes, lemme just throw this out there. As covered in an earlier podcast, you don’t need to drive if you’re in Kentucky, you don’t need to drive outta state. Correct. even though it’s you’re, you’re dealing with maybe a lower milligram and a hemp drive, THC, you can still get quality THC right here in Kentucky. Correct. At now until, you know, unless that, well,

Dee Dee:
That’ll be another episode. Right.

Matt:
But that’s all other episode. As far as purchasing your cannabinoids, a couple things you can do one as de, as de de. So astutely stated if you buy higher milligram in the same jar, as you would buy a lower milligram, you’re not paying for that jar. And the more cannabinoids you buy, typically the cheaper you’re paying per milligram is mm-hmm <affirmative> regardless of what you know, I hope you buy from us, but if you don’t buy from us, that’s fine. No,

Dee Dee:
It’s not now I’m

Matt:
Jesus. No, it’s

Dee Dee:
Not.

Dee Dee:
We love our

Matt:
Customers. Yeah. You can still take, you can take a reduced dose of a higher milligram and save yourself money. It’s a bigger initial investment, but it’s, if, if you’re, if you truly feel that you need this, you know, your cannabinoids that is a, a way that you can get them and pay less money. Mm-Hmm <affirmative>

Dee Dee:
It’s almost like Costco, right? Buy you buy, buy and bulk.

Matt:
So we, we have bundle deals. Mm-Hmm <affirmative> yeah. You know, looking looks like, correct. Yep. Mm-Hmm <affirmative> yeah. So look at a buying volume. Even though it’s a bigger initial investment, it’ll save you money in the long run. Correct. another product that is very seldom talked about that I kind of like and I use occasionally is isolate mm-hmm <affirmative>, which is essentially just pure C crystals. And we sell it. It’s not hard to get a hold of, it’s not in a gummy, it’s not in a tincture.

Dee Dee:
It looks like white powder.

Matt:It, yeah. It’s just, <laugh>, it’s just the white powder. And because it because you’re getting it in a high concentration and in a small bottle, it’s very economical. Mm-Hmm, <affirmative> very so if you can’t afford an oil or a gummy look at an isolate you can add it to your food. You can add it to your beverages. Mm-Hmm <affirmative> you can add it to your hand cream for, for topical. It is a really interesting product that is really not marketed. And not a lot of people know about, hopefully, you know, we won’t, our oil sales won’t plummet after this. And, and all of a sudden we’re selling this shit outta isolate, but you know, what, if it gets your cannabinoids is worth it,

Dee Dee:
But yeah, but that’s only one cannabinoid mat, so we don’t need CBD. Right. We don’t need to have that debate, but that is only one cannabinoid. Right. So full spectrum we’ve talked about, this is always best, so yes.

Matt:
Yeah. But then you supplement it with a little bit of THC, you know, just make chop up a gummy. You can make it work.

Dee Dee:
Oh man.

Matt:
Still

Dee Dee:
Full Spectrum’s best.

Matt:
I know. Well, okay. So now you tell me some more, tell us, tell the listeners some more ways.

Dee Dee:
So we do have a 250 milligram CBD oil product, right? Mm-Hmm <affirmative> that only gives you about eight, I think, eight milligrams, full spectrum per serving. So typically we usually tell people about 25 milligrams usually to start, but, you know, you could take three doses of that and it would only be like a 10 day supply, but at least that’ll get you covered until maybe you’re, you know, until you can afford the bigger bottle. So that that’s one way to do it. We also have a new gummy line that just came out called Maria extracts. And those bad boys have a ton of cannabinoids in them, like total cannabinoids, like 87, I think. And that’s about 57 milligrams of CBD, eight milligrams of THC. And the rest of them are all the other loved cannabinoids that our body needs. And you could probably put those in like fourths or halfs depending on what you need to use it for. Yeah. And they taste, they taste pretty good. They’re blood orange. So that’s kind of, that’s been kind of cool coming out with that, that new brand that’s come out. I like that.

Matt:
And, and that falls along the bulk line.

Dee Dee:
It does, it falls

Matt:
High

Dee Dee:
Milligram. Exactly. It falls along the bulk line. And then even in our the 1500 milligram oil yeah. Space that bad boy out. Yeah. You know, if you only need 25 milligrams, then only take a half a dose.

Matt:
Yeah.

Dee Dee:
Like that. So it, yeah. I mean, that’s, that’s just a few ways to save money. Plus the first time you come into our store, if you are so inclined and you want to become a loyal customer. Cause we love our loyal customers. Of course. You can always sign up for our loyalty program, so you’ll save 10% on your very first purchase. Okay. And then every time you come in and buy from us, you earn points. So eventually you’ll get five bucks off, 10 bucks off. We like to send out birthday presents. So make sure you tell them your birthdate. So that’s kind of important. And my gosh, we have sales, you know what I mean? So we do have sales, there are sales out there. They’re, they’re, you know, sometimes they run along with holidays. Like everybody else does them, but on occasions we have separate ones too. So make sure you follow us on all the social medias, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and a couple others too. I’m sure we’re on. And then make sure you sign up for our newsletter. Yep. So that’s super important.

Matt:
Yep. So let’s and let’s start,

Dee Dee:
I think this was a 5 0 2 hunt plug today, so I apologize, but that’s important today.

Matt:
Very good. Yeah. So to summarize you, you have to get, you might, you don’t have to stop taking your cannabinoid, correct. Just because you might not have as much expendable money. Correct. As you would normally you just have to get a little more creative. You have to diversify, you do not have to buy an inferior product. And that’s definitely one thing that I want to just say in conclusion, if, if, if something is much cheaper than something else and the, the milligrams are the same allegedly and the quality is the same, allegedly I assure you’re getting what you pay for. Oh, always. There’s a, there was just a recent study that was published that show. Yeah. These some of these CBD companies are up to 40% inaccurate

Dee Dee:
On their testing,

Matt:
On their, on their testing to what’s actually in, in the bottles.

Dee Dee:
Yeah. Which was horrendous. I was a bit shocked by some of those brands too. Cuz some of these brands have been out there for a while. Some are local and I was just kinda like, oh that’s, that’s not good.

Matt:
No, it’s bad. It’s bad for the industry.

Dee Dee:
It is very bad for the industry. Now the one thing about that though, Matt, every lab is no lab tests. Exactly the same. Yeah. And we’ve, we’ve had that issue too, where we’ve sent the same exact product to two different labs and you’ve gotten two different results. Yeah. So, but 40%, that’s a

Matt:
Big,

Dee Dee:
That’s not right.

Matt:
No, we’ve never had a sway no more than a, a fraction of a percent. Yeah. And to be honest with you, that’s been more of like a THC compliance issue than, and, and we’re talking 0.0 zeros of percentages at that point. We’re not talking no, even a percent. So you know, not to dilute the message, if something’s cheap it’s for a reason that it was either made, they cut or

Dee Dee:
They cut

Matt:
Cut corners or its, or it’s not what it’s advertised. And unfortunately the FDA still has not started a regulation process for, for what is marketed as in milligrams of CBD and what is actually in the product you’re buying. So make sure what you’re buying, even though you might have to get creative is a safe product and is appropriately marketing product appropriately marketed product.

Dee Dee:
Correct. And yeah. And keep this in mind, everybody, everybody needs cannabinoids in their diet. I’m gonna say that again. And they should have never been removed from our diet. So if you’re experiencing,

Matt:
They’ve never been removed from my diet.

Dee Dee:
I know <laugh> well, yeah. Says part or moving past that one. Don’t self incriminate. Hello.

Matt:
Well how, how can I incriminate? It was my mother.

Dee Dee:
Yeah, buddy. True. but anyway, you know, keep, keep that in mind, you know, you start, if the, an anxiety’s kicking up, if you’re having more mental health issues, if you know the stress is coming back full force and could be, and you stop taking these products, I mean just try and sit and think about that because these are healthy item. I know they help people for so many different reasons. I I’m not making any claims. But just keep that in mind. It’s

Matt:
You just claim they were healthy.

Dee Dee:
Yeah. Whatever. It’s something that it’s needed. It is needed. I said a healthy item <laugh> I didn’t say that they were help. Yeah. Whatever I know debts. No

Matt:
Good claims. Okay. So stop your conversation has become toss. <Laugh> moving along any way you need ’em we’re switching gears. Now subject two.

Dee Dee:
Oh that we

Matt:
Didn’t subject two of our debates, worse gummies. We got three minutes.

Dee Dee:
I, I know

Matt:
It’s easy. Gummies are better.

Dee Dee:
I disagree.

Matt:
I just said it. I just said it. Mm.

Dee Dee:
They may taste well. And I don’t even know that they taste better. I love the, I love the TA flavors of our oils

Matt:
Here. Here’s here. Okay. So, so here’s how, here’s how I see it. Sublingual absorption from oil. It’s a benefit, right? Yes. Gets into your system much more quickly.

Dee Dee:
Absolutely oils when

Matt:
Gets into your system more effectively. Correct. Okay. Our oils have the proprietary, all natural flavors, correct. Which are delicious that otherwise, if you just take a natural he oil, which is totally fine if you do. And when I say natural, I’m referring to the terpenes, not removed from the flavor and no flavor added it can be UN palatable

Dee Dee:
And we have those too. Yes. We, for people that want them. Yes.

Matt:
But anyway, and, and, and you can enjoy them. Mm-Hmm <affirmative> because I’ll never take them. So <laugh> please

Dee Dee:
Buy them them. They’re not bad.

Matt:
Please buy them bad. Good. I’m bad. Okay. It’s they’re they’re Hempy Hempy mm-hmm <affirmative> so that’s the benefits, right? The benefits of gummies is they’re easier to take true. Right. Taking that. They’re easier to regulate the milligrams.

Dee Dee:
Right. True.

Matt:
And

Dee Dee:
Yeah, but if you need just a little bit more, you can’t get a little bit

Matt:
More and they take longer to get into your system, but they metabolize through your liver. I actually research oil. I actually, what does it? Yeah. Okay. Duh, but sublingual absorption goes right into

Dee Dee:
Your bloodstream. It’s still it. But once you swallow your liver still metabolizes through your,

Matt:
Because I looked for research because I think gummies last longer, maybe it’s in my head might be, and I could not find any evidence

Dee Dee:
If they take longer to get into your system. But Matt, have I not told you those secret about gummies?

Matt:
What? Sucking on ’em and let ’em dissolve in your mouth until you have

Dee Dee:
Cavities. Don’t no, don’t suck on them. Chew them up a little bit. Then stick them under your tongue and let them sit there for about a minute.

Matt:
I can’t do that. Why can’t you I’m I’m the owl on the lollipop? Commercial. You’re like just bite. How many licks does it take to get to the center? Well,

Dee Dee:
For the listeners there chew ’em up. Keep ’em under your tongue for a minute. Let a little bit of that. Get in there in the system and then swallow.

Matt:
So

Dee Dee:
I like the oils better.

Matt:
Yeah. Well

Dee Dee:
It’s also got a good fat with MCT coconut oil.

Matt:
That is true. Mm-Hmm <affirmative> you’re right. But gummies, easier to take easier to regulate your milligrams.

Dee Dee:
You decide what works best for you.

Matt:
They’re sweet. Cuz there’s usually a little bit of sugar in there, which if you’re not diabetic and not a lot,

Dee Dee:
We’re talking about

Matt:
Diets or whatever. No. Oh, on a diet all the time.

Dee Dee:
They’re not, I know you are. Oh my Lord. Y’all you should see

Matt:
What she is. Shit out. Those shits are delicious.

Dee Dee:
<Laugh> know

Matt:
He’s that’s that’s a streak when I’m on a diet. I’m like, man, could you make a bigger gummy, I only need 25 milligrams, but if you could make it the size of my Palm <laugh> that would be wonderful. He

Dee Dee:
Does like his gummies y’all yeah.

Matt:
So anyway the choice is up to

Dee Dee:
You. You know, the funny thing about gummies in general, I have never cared for candy. I like chocolate love me some chocolate. You

Matt:
Don’t like gummy

Dee Dee:
Bears. I don’t never really have, it is not something that I would just buy to eat. Nope. I’ve never done that. I know. Right? Isn’t that crazy. But gimme some chocolate or cheesecakes all on

Matt:
Also when you’re buying your gummies

Dee Dee:
And C

Matt:
May wanna check to make sure that they’re vegan vegan, because if they’re not vegan, there there’s a, a animal based gelatin. And I don’t know if you know where that comes from, but that shit is gross.

Dee Dee:
It is

Matt:
Gross. And all of our, and I love animal products, all of our

Dee Dee:
CBD

Matt:
Gummies

Dee Dee:
Are vegan.

Matt:
I, I, I love animal products. But no gel animal drive gelatin. Now <laugh> that Texas better. But I still like gummy gummies

Dee Dee:
Butter. I know, I

Matt:
Know. I still like, gummys better.

Dee Dee:
So, and

Matt:
There’s, I, I love oil too, but I, the oil I wanna put in my, my beverage, which you’re not supposed to do,

Dee Dee:
You’re not really

Matt:
Supposed to do that. Yeah. So don’t do that even though it’s delicious and awesome. Mm.

Dee Dee:
It doesn’t mix.

Matt:
Yeah, it doesn’t matter if I put men ju up in my coffee I’m I’m like hot cocoa heaven.

Dee Dee:
Okay. Well, anyway, folks

Matt:
<Laugh> so the choice is up to you. There’s benefits and drawbacks to both. I would highly recommend you try both to see, to see which you prefer. If you like having oil under your tongue for a minute and then swallowing, like you’re at the dentist every day.

Dee Dee:
I like it don’t feel like

Matt:
My teeth get all sugar in your mouth. I’m weird

Dee Dee:
About my pretty

Matt:
Teeth

Dee Dee:
Every

Matt:
Morning.

Dee Dee:
I’ve I paid a lot of money for my pretty teeth

Matt:
Ill. Yeah.

Dee Dee:
Okay. Anyway, thank you all for listening. And hopefully we helped you know, give you some added information that you may not have otherwise received. So thanks for listening as always. Y’all need to keep it hippy out there and stay cool. Cuz I know you don’t know this or one of those airs, but it’s been hot lately. So stay cool out there and keep it hippy

Matt:
Sizzling <laugh>

Dee Dee:
Thanks for joining us for another episode of hemp and happiness with the hemp

Matt:
Queen and emperor.

Dee Dee:
Keep your mind ever open and expanding, like subscribe, review, follow us all the good stuff and

Matt:
Keep it. He out there.