The Way Highway
By idobi Network
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Pull the seat back, fire one up, and get comfortable… it’s time to take a ride on The Way Highway, a radio show about the wild, weird and wonderful world of weed. Justin Ware and Sean Cowhig, the show's co-hosts, are members of the renowned Los Angeles comedy group Dr. God, and their comedic backgrounds shine through on a show that occasionally dips into the serious, but more often celebrates the fun and goofy side of sparking up. It’s a jam-packed hour of unique conversations with great guests, reviews of 4/20 friendly products, and deep dives into the kind of bizarre topics you only discuss when you're stoned out of your gourd. (For example, check out their weekly segment "Things I Learned While High.”) The show is brought to you by Nice Guy Digital (The Brett Davern Show) and Dr. God Productions. If you want to ride high... always take The Way Highway.
||Clean#004: Katie Leclerc||The guys sit down with one of their favorite people, Katie Leclerc, to talk about baking way too many edibles, the Foo Fighters, and more!||10/12/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#003: Samantha Jane Gurewitz||Justin and Sean are joined by comedian, musician and weed expert (weed-spert?) Samantha Jane Gurewitz to discuss the ins and outs of the weed biz.||10/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#002: Abe Benrubi||Justin and Sean sit down with one of their favorite gents, the actor Abe Benrubi.||9/28/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#001: Joey Kern||The guys welcome the incredibly funny Joey Kern, their co-star in Bloodsucking Bastards, .||9/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Full disclosure: I'm very close friends with these guys but we don't always see eye to eye (because what true friends do, right?)
What I love about this podcast is learning about all the new benefits are happening with not only legal marijuana but the introduction of CBD oils and edibles as healing properties.
I rarely smoke anymore (but I did a lot 20 years ago when I was on the road following Phish) but I also HATE taking pills. I've been extremely wary of taking any prescription medicine for 20+ years, even before the opiod crisis reached the epidemic that it now has in our country. I'm very interested in methods of pain relief, anxeity relief, sleeping aids, etc. that are not only natural but also non-habit forming and that allow me to work the 18 hour days that I average pursuing my career. This podcast has been very informative for me in that way.
And these guys are super funny and have chill guests. It's like a weed Sesame Street; you get the ABC's without feeling like you're being lectured. Highly recommend.