Podcast: Why CBD (& Other Cannabinoids) Are Your Friend, Feat. Crystal Guess of NuLeaf Naturals

Podcast: Why CBD (& Other Cannabinoids) Are Your Friend, Feat. Crystal Guess of NuLeaf Naturals

Greeting from John Wiesehan III:

Welcome to the Live Well. Be Well. Podcast. Our goal is to address the trials and triumphs of daily life and always being better in all aspects of your life, by looking forward to new challenges but by being present today, we hope you get inspiration to live better, be better, and learn small habits that you can incorporate into your daily life to accomplish your goals.

Let’s get started.

John:

Thank you for joining us today, listeners, and for joining us again on the Live Well. Be Well. podcast. My name is John Wiesehan, CEO of Direct CBD Online. Today we have a guest with us. Her name is Crystal Guess. Crystal, say hello-

Crystal:

Hello!!

John:

Crystal is one of my favorite, favorite, favorite vendors to deal with. She represents NuLeaf. Crystal, what is your title at NuLeaf?

Crystal:

I’m senior relations for the wholesale team. So I pretty much deal with client relations for the whole company.

John:

That’s awesome. So it was funny when we started offering the amazing product of NuLeaf on our Direct CBD Online platform, NuLeaf — I think you guys have what? Five or seven SKUs? Five to seven SKUs.

Crystal:

Yeah. We only had like eight, I think at the time.

John:

Yeah. And it went off to a really slow start. And then all of a sudden it just popped — and we don’t know really what it was — but we’ve had explosive growth with NuLeaf. The feedback we get and reviews we get from customers is top-notch, all the time, five-star reviews, couldn’t be happier with their performance on our platform.

Therefore their product performance, their efficacy, the way they go through their testings with their product — everything about them is super top-notch. So you have to check them out: NuLeaf on Direct CBD Online.

We will make sure you’re taken care of. So, thank you, Crystal, for joining us.

Crystal:

Thank you for having me.

John:

I want to get into the details of NuLeaf, but I also want to kind of get into the details of Crystal, because it’s not all the time that we have representatives of brands on the podcast. And we really have representatives of brands on the podcast who we feel are really good fit to live healthier lifestyles and who are really an advocate of CBD as a whole.

We feel like our listeners just really want to know, you know, we’re craving knowledge right now. Right? And we, as a platform can only put out a certain amount of knowledge, but you as a brand — and you guys are, you guys are growing, you’re farming, you’re cultivating, you’re doing all these things with this plant — so we feel like the knowledge base that you have is so much wider and vaster than ours.

So, we’d like to dig in a little bit into kind of NuLeaf as a company and what you guys do so great and what makes you the way you are. So let’s, let’s start with kind of Crystal and CBD cannabis, all that, what motivated you to enter into the cannabis and CBD space? You know, when you did.

How Crystal got her start in the cannabis industry

Crystal:

Well, I was a managing director of a large bartending school out in DC for about eight years. Always been a pothead, never was a drinker, but I was-

John:

Like, did you, make a martini?

Crystal:

Yes, I made all the drinks, exactly.

So I was a bartender. I was a rockstar out in DC and I was a bartending instructor and I ran this bartending school, but I didn’t subscribe to the culture because I don’t drink — I can’t physically drink cause I just can’t handle alcohol.

John:

Sure.

Crystal:

Always been a pothead. And then there was one particular night in 2010, my best friend and I were smoking weed in the car being all secretive about it, and we just started asking the big questions, like, “Why is this illegal again? Has this ever happened to you?”

And the next day I just continued asking these questions, questioning our nation’s drug policies.
And I’m not joking. I got online. I did about 15 minutes worth of research, something I had never done before, and it was like a whole world just opened up. I felt like I had been lied to my whole life. I was like, “There’s a movement for this??”

Oh, I was so under a rock, and I equate it to like falling in love. I became completely distracted with this idea of the marijuana movement at the time.

I started this little organization called “alarm”, A-L-R-M, Act to Legalize and Regulate Marijuana, sound the alarm. And it got noticed by some individuals that flew me out to Denver, Colorado, in 2010, I helped launch the women’s marijuana movement.

And while I was here, I was like, “Oh, my God. I’m with my people.”

John:

That’s awesome.

Crystal:

And at that very moment in time that I was going to dedicate myself to the cannabis movement and getting this conversation moving forward. I didn’t want to be really in the alcohol industry anymore. So I came back to DC, quit my job, packed my stuff.

And within a month, I think I moved out to Denver with just a hope and a dream. I had no experience, no friends. I just said, “I’m just going to start off in a dispensary, or you know, cut my teeth and get my feet wet and see what happens. And then from there just started to progress where I became a manager.

And then eventually I became a GM for the green solution, which is a very large successful dispensary chain. I think they just recently sold and then ultimately landed here at NuLeaf. So I got out of the marijuana side in wanting to focus more on the hemp side, just because there’s just so much more versatility-

John:

The vast scope right? The scope is so much greater.

Crystal:

Yeah. So I’ve just been enjoying the ride so far.

John:

Awesome. You know, it really goes back to the, to the whole principle that you know, people say, but it’s so, so true, and, I’m a testimony of this. I think, you know, from what I hear you are too, if you do what you love, you never work a day in your life, right?

So that, that passion that you have the courage, the courage to step out and take to move to Denver with knowing no one is really, it’s really powerful, right? And I think that’s a message to our listeners too, is sometimes stepping out on the limb could be the first step into a world that you don’t even know exists.

And it could be so much greater than you could ever hope or imagine. It’s totally great.

How the cannabis industry has helped her be healthier

Crystal:

It’s so rewarding, this industry is very rewarding.

John:

It really is.

So since you’ve been with NuLeaf, what habits or routines have you either picked up or dropped to live a healthier lifestyle, live well, and really put everything that you have and all your focus and into this movement?

Crystal:

Oh, well, the biggest habit I dropped was smoking.

John:

Okay, smoking cigarettes or smoking marijuana?

Crystal:

Ugh, I did that for cigarettes! Oh God! What I was thinking? Yeah.

John:

Ugh.

Crystal:

You know, being in a very healthy, conscious environment now surrounded by healthy people, very conscious, rounded individuals — and the high elevation helps, too.

You know, just being in this industry in general and surrounding myself with healthy people, it has motivated me to make those healthier habits.

I have a feeling, it definitely played a role, I’ve been suffering from migraines since I was like 14 years old. My parents used to say that I had a tumor growing above my right eye.

We actually got it checked when I was 16 years old. The brain scan turns out I was normal.

Yeah, when I started with NuLeaf, I mean, we’re talking stage five debilitating migraines for the last 20-something years. And when I started working with NuLeaf and I started taking this oil, it was like maybe a couple months into my employment when I realized, “When was the last time I had a migraine?”

I couldn’t even remember the last time I had a migraine. And, so the oil helps.

In my opinion, it’s the absence of the migraines that lets me know that the oil is working, but yeah, just healthier habits in general, just being in this industry has, um, expanded my horizons.

What CBD products Crystal & John swear by

John:

Yeah. Yeah, no, that’s awesome. So, so are you a daily CBD user? What, what is your go-to-

Crystal:

I mean, our oil, just because-

John:

Which one do you take? The 30 mil, is it the 30 mil?

Crystal:

I just take the 15 mil, one-month supply. It fits in my purse. I mean, you know, all our oil is the same strength, but this is just my favorite size, just because it’s so purse-friendly.

John:

That is a full-spectrum oil, right?

So it’s funny, I take isolate, and full spectrum for whatever reason just makes me really sleepy and groggy and foggy. Which is part of the reason that I’m somewhat scared to try marijuana. Cause I never have-

Crystal:

Might want to dial down your dose a little bit, maybe. You might be because you’re, you’re just so sensitive to it, you’re probably to the THC, what little is in there? So that’s probably what’s causing the drowsiness. You might want to dial down the dose a little bit.

John:

Okay. I’ll give it a shot, but so I’ve been taking isolate, and whenever I have a headache, which is, I dunno, pretty rare. I’d take a couple of drops of isolate, the headache goes away.

So I’ve actually started using that — and I’m a daily user. On the clock at like 8:30 or 9 o’clock, I take a dropper of isolate. But throughout the day, if I happen to have a headache, I’ve replaced taking Advil with a couple drops of isolate — it goes away.

It’s awesome. So it works. It works. It’s really cool. And we can’t write about that, but it works and we’re here to talk about it, but we can do that. What about working at NuLeaf makes it so special for you?

Crystal:

I mean, the environment, obviously the people that I work with, everybody seems to be on the same page, the founders, these guys, Jaden Barnes, and Bo Shirley, you know, the company is at least a successful company in my experience.

And these two individuals genuinely, genuinely are good guys. Like they genuinely give a crap about this oil-

John:

That’s awesome-

What makes NuLeaf Naturals different

Crystal:

About what they’re doing, about how they’re changing lives and all of that has trickled down to the employees here at NuLeaf. And, it’s just a very holistic approach — you know, we really genuinely care about the health and wellness of our customers and our clients.

And that’s why one of the first things that I asked them in my interview was like, what makes you different? What makes NuLeaf different from this competitor or from this competitor? And I was very impressed with the answers and it was not an attack on anybody else, they just said, “Look, we want to stay focused, and we want to keep things simple.”

Because as you know, John, there’s a lot of glitter out there. It’s just, it’s overwhelming. There’s so much, there’s so much information out there. People can click on this and click on that. And this story is different. This experience, there’s a lot of noise out there and a lot of these companies are contributing to that noise, unfortunately, and NuLeaf did not want to do that.

And so they made sure that they wanted to, that they brought people on board that subscribed to the same lessons or mentality, and that holistic is the way to go. So that’s what I enjoy about working with NuLeaf is the people, the individuals, and the leadership.

John:

That’s great. And that, you know, I’m learning a lot about NuLeaf talking to you right now, too, because you know, Crystal, you and I talk several times a week, whether it’s a text message or it’s a phone call or whatever — mainly us getting prices wrong on our POs, the simplest things, I don’t know why we can figure this out-

Crystal:

You guys got it, though!

Crystal’s advice to first-time CBD users

John:

We have a really good controller, though, and I think that she figured it out, Lanai, but you guys are so simple and the product is simple and it’s easy to understand — which I think, attributes a lot to your success because there’s so much out there and you know, it’s really simple.

All the oil’s the same, the more you buy at one time, the better value you get. It’s a very basic marketing principle. Right? But it works. So that’s, that’s really, really cool.

So, if someone came to you and said, “Hey, Crystal, I want to try CBD.”

So, some of our listeners, they’re listening because they want to learn more about CBD, they don’t know a lot about CBD, there’s not a lot of podcast content out there about CBD.

What would you tell someone who’s new that wants to try it and why they should try it? And maybe they’re like me or you, maybe they’re generally healthy and you know, why, why should they take it if they don’t have necessarily an ailment, right? And make it more of their daily regimen? What’s that reasoning that NuLeaf would give?

Crystal:

Well, the first question before I get into why they should take CBD, is I would first ask this person, if they’ve never taken CBD, is, do they get tested? It has to be, we have to address this issue because there is a difference.

You mentioned you take isolate. There’s a place in the market for isolates. There’s a place in the market for broad-spectrum products and full-spectrum products. In my humble opinion, of course, I’m always going to err on the side of full-spectrum, just because you’re getting, you’re not getting any sort of “Frankenstein-ed” messed-with product. It’s kind of like the way nature intended.

John:

Yeah, it’s pure and natural.

Crystal:

Yeah. Natural. Yeah. You’re getting, when you’re getting full-spectrum, you’re also getting the legal amount of THC. And unfortunately, you know, the drug screen industry is that it’s an industry, so they are incentivized to-

John:

Bind it.

Crystal:

Yeah, it’s, it’s pretty, pretty bad what’s going on out there. But, so that’s the first question I would ask somebody is if they’re getting tested or not, if they are not getting tested, which the vast majority of people don’t, then I would definitely encourage them. Okay. If we’re going to talk about CBD, since you’re not getting tested, I want to educate them on a full spectrum product.

Why somebody should take CBD, if they don’t have any ailments, you know, it’s, we don’t wanna, we don’t want to play doctor with people. I think that’s very important is that anybody that’s talking about CBD to other people are selling CBD. It’s very important that they do not play doctor-

John:

Could not agree with you more.

Some misconceptions about CBD

Crystal:

You know what I mean? Like that’s not my job, your job as the individuals consuming the CBD is to pay attention to your own body, your own health and wellness, and how it’s affecting you. People take it for various reasons. You know, my personal reason is my migraines. By taking it every day, I don’t have migraines.

So, you know, when you say you take the isolate and it’s kind of treated like an Advil, it’s funny. Cause I kind of say the opposite. I’m like, “Don’t treat it like a bandaid pill.”

It’s not what you feel from the oil. It’s the absence of what you’re feeling as a result of doing these products over time.

You know, somebody that has, you know, there’s people, individuals that have anxieties, sleep issues, pain issues, or they just simply want everything inside to just work. Right? And so the whole point is to bring the body back to homeostasis — back to balance, back to center. And that’s where we, that’s where we need to be and CBD, or I don’t want to just say CBD alone, because CBD is just a molecule it’s CBD with her friends, with the entourage effect, it really does the magic-

John:

Of the whole plant.

Crystal:

It really allows, to bring that person back to homeostasis, back to balance and kind of like calm things down or, you know, elevate things as, as we say. So that’s what I would do is if somebody approached me about trying CBD for the first time, was ask them if they’re getting tested and if not, then you can take it for whatever reason.

And if they get into detail, as far as their, their ailments or whatever, then we can get into more.

John:

Yeah. You know, we, we talk a lot with a lot of our guests on the podcast and our listeners know this as well, but. We talk about small, small habits compounded over time, make really big differences, right?

So the small habit of taking CBD every single day only elevates its impact on your body to make it a big impact a month, two months, three months, four months, six months from now. So you’re spot on. I love how you said that and I could not agree more. So I mean, our bodies are intended to exist in a certain way.

And for it to do that, you know, and, and it goes into, you know, healthy eating and clean lifestyle and exercise and. And all that. And of course, CBD is one component to make all those things functional at the same time.

Crystal:

Yeah. And a great example that I give to people, and I’m sure you’ve heard this too, one of the most common ailments or pain points for people is sleep issues.

A lot of people, probably the number one thing I hear all the time from people is I just want to sleep again. I have trouble sleeping.

John:

Our number one category on the platform is sleep, sleep items-

Crystal:

Hundred percent. There’s no question about it. The number one thing. So when I’m educating people to full-spectrum CBD, i.e. NuLeaf, I make sure I tell them, like what I just mentioned earlier, don’t treat this oil like a bandaid pill, it’s not an as-needed medication.

So as an example, you know, the person that has sleep issues. CBD oil is not, it’s not an Ambien, it’s not a, you know, it’s instant gratification. You know, Ambien allows that person to sleep that night. Ambien, however, does nothing to rewire that person’s circadian rhythm and that’s where, and so they’re constantly having to take it, it’s like a bandaid.

Yeah, you’re not doing anything to address the actual sleep issue with the core at the molecular level, you’re just slapping a bandaid on it and sleeping for the night and having to repeat the process and probably damaging other organs in the meantime.

John:

Totally.

Crystal:

CBD oil, when I warn people, especially somebody that’s talking to me about how they have a sleep issue, I tell them like, “Don’t be surprised if for the first few days you’re still having sleep issues.”

I tell people like it may not work, it may not feel like it’s working, but if you give it time, what I tell people again, “It’s not what you feel from the oil. It’s the absence of what you’re feeling as a result of the oil.”

John:

Great way to put that. I love that.

Crystal:

We want you to feel normal. You’re not going to get a buzz from the oil. You’re not going to get this little tingle in the back of your neck. So it’s like the absence of the sleep issues. So one day we just want this person to wake up and say, “Oh my God, I just slept all night, and I didn’t take an Ambien.”

John:

“And I’m not foggy, and I don’t have to do it again,” and right? All these other things.

Crystal:

Yeah. So it’s a miracle over time, not overnight. So I always tell people, especially with CBD oil, especially if they’re treating it like a supplement, which they should be, um, don’t expect a miracle overnight, give it time, be patient with it.

I would say on average, the time that I’m getting feedback, as far as when it starts to work is on average about five days. But for somebody that’s been suffering from MS for the last 20 years or someone that has something really chronic, you know, or hasn’t smoked weed or hasn’t had cannabinoids in their system for the last, who knows how many years.

It could take some time for that oil to finally reach a saturation point for it, to finally reach their endocannabinoid system and start doing its work.

So that’s the main thing I really want to illustrate to people is that you must be patient with CBD oil and, and wait for the results to show up in the, in a sense of, of not even realizing that it’s working, you know? It’s just the absence of what they’re feeling. If that makes sense-

More about NuLeaf’s plants and products

John:

No, that makes perfect sense.

And we haven’t had anybody on here that has really articulated that aspect of CBD oil. So I think how you said that is really helpful and it really boils it down to what its true impact and purpose should be for your body on the molecular level. Wow, that took a little bit to get out.

Yeah. So anyway, that’s really neat. Yeah. And I just loved how you put that, that was really, really neat. Let’s see. So let’s talk about NuLeaf, do you guys grow your own plants?

Crystal:

We have a genetics program. So we don’t source industrial hemp from various farms.

Nothing’s wrong with industrial hemp, but we have a, we have a control over the genetic profile of our plants, which is, it-

John:

Makes you super unique, right?

Crystal:

It’s not that unique, but a lot of the companies, there are a few really good guys out there that instead of, you know, growing a bunch of industrial hemp where you have a lot of males and females growing together, and you’re just kind of like crossing your fingers, hoping for some genetic profile, we just have a much more control over that because we’re controlling those genetics.

And then we move from the mothers. And all of our plants are female-only. And, so they’re very bushy and resinous and yummy. And yeah, they’re not stocky like your typical industrial hemp. So they’re very bushy and fat, all girls.

John:

Awesome. That’s great. Okay. So, couple of questions we’re going to start to close out here for, is there anything else that we need that you think our listeners should know about NuLeaf, any new products on the horizon?

You guys just launched new packaging, which is beautiful. You can see it on the website. What else is coming down the pike that we can get excited about?

Crystal:

We’re going to be launching our softgels pretty soon-

John:

Awesome.

Crystal:

But those are coming. ‘Cause softgels, pretty much, they cover about 40% of the market that we’re not covering right now.

So they’re going to be vegan. So no animal-product gelatin, none of that crap in there. So that’s going to be coming down the horizon pretty soon. And then of course we still have our pet line and our human line. The thing that I want to make sure that people understand with NuLeaf is that it is multifunctional. It’s not just just for sublingual, you can apply it topically on the skin, you can share it with your pets.

So it’s multi-functional, and the softgels are going to be, like I said, vegan, and the dosing is going to be the same. So I’d say before we close out, I think one thing I want your listeners to know — not just about NuLeaf, but just in general, so they’re educated.

‘Cause there’s a lot of confusion that I get from people that don’t really understand the difference between isolates, and broad-spectrum, and full spectrum. And there’s this a little story that I want to share with your listeners just to get them to kind of understand. I think I shared with you the forest story.

“The Forest Story”: Why CBD needs her friends, too

John:

No, you haven’t. Okay, good. I’m excited about it.

Crystal:

I made this up a long time ago, just to kind of illustrate why it’s not just the CBD show. A lot of the, you know, the media and a lot of these other brands out here they’re making THC into the enemy. And THC is not the enemy. It’s the policies that hurt us. It’s not the innocent little cannabinoid, it’s the policies that are putting us in jail, it’s the policies that are hurting our families.

So I really want to make sure that people understand THC is not the enemy. Yet, again, it’s still not just the CBD show. So let’s pretend, and this is to illustrate.

Let’s pretend you were to personify CBD, turn her into a person and say, “Hey, CBD, I’m going to throw you into this forest for about five days alone by yourself. No food, no help. No nothing. I want you to survive. I’m going to pick you up here at the trailhead in five days. Good luck, have fun. See you soon.”

Five days later you go pick her up. CBD comes crawling out of the forest on her hands and knees and she’s hallucinating. She’s dropped like 25 pounds, barely speaking, but she’s alive.

She did what she had to do to survive, but barely. Now rewind five days ago, had you thrown her into that same forest with her best friend THC, who knows how to start a fire, or CBC who knows how to start a camp, or CBG who knows how to hunt and skin animals, or CBN, who knows how to pick out poisonous berries?

Has she had a friend with her, she would’ve come out of that forest stronger than ever. So the moral of the story is without your friends, you’re weak. And like I said, isolated CBD has its place and it’s in the market. And if it works for you, it works for you. But CBD, isn’t really the key to unlocking these receptors.

So allowing it to really work in your endocannabinoid system, what we call the ECS, you need, for example, THC, to unlock those receptors and allow these guys in. So that’s just to kind of illustrate why THC and why these other compounds and these other cannabinoids are so critical to CBD’s success.

So, if somebody is being tested for THC, if they’re not being tested, I would really encourage anybody listening to this to look at full spectrum before they look at either a broad or an isolate, just because full-spectrum, you are getting the whole kit and caboodle. You’re going to come out of that forest stronger than ever.

So I just wanted to thank you for giving me a chance to say that.

John:

No, I love that. That’s a great story. And we can do some really cool things on the content side with our team here to make sure that that is kind of out there in the universe for people to see-

Crystal:

Can you make it into like a cartoon?

John:

There are some really cool things we can do. So we’ll see. We have a special projects guy, his name is Paul, and he likes to take this kind of stuff and run with it. And when he hears this recording and he’s gonna just like face-plant his head in his palm, but he has a tendency to make things happen that look great.

So, yeah. We’ll see. No, that’s so cool. That was great. That’s awesome. Now you guys are doing great. You’re definitely probably a top five to eight brand, I would say, which is pretty solid for your SKU count because most of the other ones are, you know, have 60 skews. So it’s really easy to be bigger when you have 60 skews.

Crystal:

Can we highlight that real quick?

John:

Yes.

How NuLeaf offers simplicity and value

Crystal:

So one of the differences between NuLeaf and many other brands out there is when I said at the beginning of the podcast is that we really do subscribe to this idea that less is more.

So one thing that you’ve mentioned, but I want to just highlight is that NuLeaf has one concentration, because at the end of the day, people, you can control your dose based on one single drop of oil, not based on some sexy number that’s slapped on a label.

So you have all this marketing glitter out there, “daytime nighttime for the light, medium, heavy, super-advanced specialty blend, six X four minutes,” all that stuff is marketing appeal.

Individuals should know what is in one single drop of oil. That oil can be as light or as heavy as they want. So, for example, NuLeaf, one drop of NuLeaf oil, no matter which bottle they get, it’s all the same. One drop is three milligrams.

So, if a mother wants to give their two-year-old child, six milligrams, she uses two drops. If I need 36 milligrams, nine drops. It’s very simple to dial-up or dial down your dose and make it very, very accurate without feeling this like, need to count, you know what I mean to bust out a calculator and try and figure out dosaging.

So that’s one of the things I really want to make sure people understand is that it’s very easy to dose with NuLeaf because it’s so, like you said, at the beginning, the volume is the only difference. So they get more bang for it, their buck, they get a bigger bottle, but the smallest bottle doesn’t equal weak.

It still equates to the best, it’s just less. So it, it takes less time to go through that bottle, but you’re still getting the highest quality oil-

John:

That’s really important-

Crystal:

Across the brand.

Closing Qs about favorite people, goal-setting, and music

John:

Super important. No, thank you for kind of boiling that down for us. So shifting gears back to Crystal, as we close, we ask all of our guests these couple of questions.

Okay? At closing every single time. Who is one person in your life that you don’t give enough credit to for your success?

Crystal:

Oh, God.

John:

Ooh. Zinger, right?

Crystal:

Oh my God. This is a question that just caught me off guard. I don’t give enough credit to probably my dad.

John:

Aw.

Crystal:

He’s been such — because he lives so far, he lives in Nashville.

John:

Okay, cool.

Crystal:

Yeah, he’s just been such a rock behind me, but because he’s not with me all the time, I don’t give enough credit. But no, I would not be here without his love and support but he’s a good ol’ Republican and didn’t like weed.

And when I moved to Colorado, I told my parents, “Mom, Dad, you’re just going to have to accept that I’m in the weed industry.” And my dad just, he was there a hundred percent, never, never judged-

John:

You gotta call him on your way home tonight. What’s one habit that, you know, you should drop and one you know you should pick up to maintain progress to living a better life?

Crystal:

Great questions. Be more organized.

John:

Ugh, that’s a good one. Everybody could use more organization-

Crystal:

Being more organized. At work, I’m super, super organized, like, but man, at home, I’m one of those disorders. I’m not a disheveled disaster, but I could be a little bit more organized. And I think that plays a role in everything from, yeah, just be more organized-

John:

Mental capacity, everything.

Crystal:

Yeah-

John:

Totally. Yeah. Okay. So what is your favorite song of all time that has had the biggest impact on your life? Because I believe music is a very emotional thing and you can connect to it. So what’s your favorite song of all time?

Crystal:

My favorite song of all time is going to be-

John:

And we’re going to play it ‘cause our editor will play the song. After you tell us what it is.

Crystal:

I would have to say, I mean, it’s not, there’s a thousand songs that have, but the first one is Manhattan by, by Kings Leon.

John:

Oh my gosh. Great song.

Crystal:

I love Manhattan. Yeah, it’s my, it’s one of my favorites, not my favorite, but it’s the first one that came to my mind. When you asked me that question.

John:

Cool. So crystal, thank you for joining us today. You can check out NuLeaf on directcbdonline.com. Crystal is an amazing asset for us. If you have any, any questions for her, you can fill out a request form on the website. You can email [email protected] You can get in touch with her any other ways that you can get in touch with us.

So this podcast will be on directcbdonline.com under the resources section, under podcast. A transcript of it will be there for you to read, a play button will be there for you to listen to, so you can find it everywhere. So Crystal, thank you so much for joining us today. It’s been a sweet, sweet pleasure, and look forward to chatting with you again soon.

Crystal:

Thank you, John, for having me. I appreciate it.

John:

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