TBR 131 | Toxins in Marijuana Smoke May Harm Health, Study Finds | Kron Burgundy & Zetti Carnell

TBR 131 | Toxins in Marijuana Smoke May Harm Health, Study Finds | Kron Burgundy & Zetti Carnell - youtube

On this week’s episode of The Budding Report, we are joined by Kron Burgundy & Zetti Carnell. The guests join our hosts Charles Horton, Melissa Nasits, Christian Shaw, MD, PhD, and Chris Perri as we discuss Toxins in Marijuana Smoke May Be Harmful to Health, Study Finds. Award-winning actor, talk show host, comedian and public speaker, Russ T. Nailz, takes a semi-serious look at the current state of the cannabis industry on his new show Live High Live. Russ brings humor to heavy-hitting topics and educates viewers on all aspects of cannabis: marijuana and hemp. Live High Live guests range from parents of children benefitting from cannabis to non profits and for- profits, investors, cannabis convention and expo founders, researchers, RNs, MDs, NMDs and Ph.D.s, collectives, dispensary owners, manufacturers to cannabis connoisseurs and advocates. Live High Live features guests with extensive knowledge of today’s cannabis industry and how it applies to the rest of us. Their experiences and opinions leave the audience more knowledgeable and accepting of cannabis than ever before. Zetti Carnell’s passion for cooking is about as thick as her southern accent, about as deep as a bowl of chicken and dumplings and about as sweet as the iced tea we drink down south. Her love for cooking was inspired by my grandmother, who was an amazing chef and known around Louisiana as the Dumpling Lady. She hails from a creative lineage. Her grandfather was a country-western star on the Louisiana Hayride and played with Johnny Cash, Slim Whitman and Elvis Presley. Her mother followed in his footsteps with music but instead of secular music, she became an ordained worship pastor. Her family’s blood is steeped in church, music and food. When you grow up in church in the Deep South, you’re always around food. Her grandmother was really the catalyst that introduced me to the “trinity,” as we say in the south. Onions, celery and bell pepper. That mirepoix is as close the father, son and holy ghost you can get in her book. She’s always loved to cook in her formative years as a teen, and as a young adult. At the time, she just didn’t realize she would want to do it for the rest of her life. She went to seminary school and eventually ended up pastoring in a few small churches in Dallas. What she loved most besides the music she played, and the people, was as you would guess, the food. She was in charge of basically all the church events and not only did she cater, but she came up with themed designs, tablescapes, decor and more. She loved every minute of it. She got so good at it people were calling the church wanting me to not only design for their weddings, receptions and holidays but also make the food. Shortly after Zetti left the full-time ministry, she headed to Nashville, Music City USA, where she was signed to an artist development deal. During that time, she was writing, playing, singing, performing but still always found her way back into the kitchen, cooking for guests, friends, family and hosting parties. Zetti came back to Dallas in 2012 after the new President of the Label decided to drop newly rostered artists and she did her best to build her fan base and continue her music. However, the scene was changing, and she was losing her patience with the music industry. She kept sharpening her chef skills by attending classes, catering parties and events, hosting pop up kitchens and tastings. In 2019 she finally got it through her thick skull as her “mama” would say and decided to follow her passion for cooking. In 2020 she left her full-time job in IT sales and solutions and moved to LA to become a celebrity private chef. She was doing amazing cooking for Lady Gaga’s old manager Bob Leone, She revamped a Hollywood production restaurant menu, and met with some people at NBC Universal and cooked for several other songwriters and singers and then COVID happened. Everything shut down on a hard lockdown. She didn’t have her car in LA and feared getting stuck, so she made the decision to return to Dallas and from her home build out a new strategy. Zetti started a highly successful food delivery service where she delivered meals that she called “quarantine cuisine.” Through that delivery service, she was able to stay afloat, along with her personal chef services and catering. So that is where she is now, building and growing and establishing herself in Dallas as a premier private chef offering private chef services, catering, cooking classes, food delivery, and event planning. If you enjoy southern, creole, and Asian Food, you will enjoy her culinary fusions. www.buddingreport.com www.scdso.com www.rebelmd.com www.kush.com www.cannaworldexpo.com www.chrisperrilaw.com www.kronburgundy.com

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