We want to plant the seed for change.
Welcome to the Goodleaf podcast, a series of conversations about cannabis.
Our goal is to de-stigmatize this often misunderstood plant, unlocking its true potential by talking and engaging with leading thinkers, culture changers, and industry experts.
What was once called madness and dangerous is now a means to wellness connection, job creation, and the establishment of a powerful new green economy across the African continent.
We believe that honest open discussion can change the outdated perceptions that are standing in the way of progress, empowering our listeners to make up their own minds about cannabis.
We promise to leave you better than we found you.
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#02 But do you even CBD? | Dr Anesu Mbizvo
East vs West from a Health Professional
Guest: Dr Anesu Mbizvo
Dr Anesu Mbizvo talks to us as a medical professional, and how she started to feel like, there were some aspects of healing that were missing from the more Western or allopathic view of health can view of the body and healing the body.
Anesu and Maps have a wonderful discussion around the benefits of CBD for mental well being, pain management and a host of other interesting facts.
#01 Planting the Seed for change
In this episode, Maps talks to Warren Schewitz, the Founder and CEO of Goodleaf, Africa’s leading premium CBD wellness brand, and the Founder of Hemporium and influential cannabis activist, Tony Budden,
In this conversation we explore the origins of the cannabis industry in South Africa, current laws and legislation and the untapped potential that exists in our country to become a world leader in cannabis cultivation and production.
Welcome to The Goodleaf Podcast
Welcome to the Goodleaf podcast, a series of conversations hosted by Maps Maponyane about cannabis and well-being.
Our goal with this series is to de-stigmatise this often misunderstood plant, and to explore it’s potential by engaging in conversation with inspirational thinkers, change makers and industry experts.
What was once taboo and outlawed, is rapidly establishing itself as a means to personal well-being, job creation and the development of the green economy on the African continent.
Through open, honest conversations with recognised thought leaders, we hope to enlighten, inspire and motivate our listeners to challenge preconceived thinking to make up their own mind about one of natures most iconic plants.