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Business Bros
How to beat your nicotine addiction with Setti Coscarella

Business Bros

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 34:42


854 I feel like I'm getting ready to talk to someone from Mad Men right now! Today's guest once had the unenviable job of convincing people to use a product that's bad for them. Everywhere we look, all ads point to NO! on cigarettes and tobacco products. Even my dear old teacher Mr. Mackey used to say, “Tobacco is bad, mm-kay!” Our guest built his career fighting that uphill battle for the world's largest tobacco company, finally resigning as the lead strategist in the world where strategic marketing is played at the absolute highest levels. Our guest is now using his skills to help people escape the cigarette addiction by offering new, reduced risk tobacco and nicotine free products! Tune in to hear how our guest is convincing people to change decades-long habits and, hopefully, give them a chance to give up tobacco for good! Joining us today from TAAT Global Alternatives, welcome to the show Setti Coscarella! https://taatglobal.com/ ________ We are in the business of growing your business. Go to www.BusinessBros.biz to be a guest on the show or to find out more on how we can help your business grow! Hernan Sias host of the Business Bros Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/businessbrospod/support

Ayahuasca Family Podcast
Tobacco, a True Master Plant Teacher with Michael Peterson

Ayahuasca Family Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 59:04


Michael just returned from Peru wherein he dove deeply into the study of Tobacco. Michael explains how powerful and medicinal Tobacco is. A true Master Plant Teacher.

Ayahuasca Family Podcast
Hey Hey Tobaquito

Ayahuasca Family Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 2:56


Jess received this icaro from her recent Tobacco dieta in the jungles of Peru.

Plant Cunning Podcast
Ep.57: Big Magical Incense Energy with Sara Mastros

Plant Cunning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 82:46


Sara is a witch for hire, teacher and author living in Pittsburgh, PA. She just came out with The Big Book of Magical Incense from Red Wheel/Weiser, and will be presenting at the Sacred Space Conference in Baltimore this January. We have a wonderful chat about magic, incense, and some of her favorite plants, including White Pine, Rose, Tobacco, and Mugwort. You can support the podcast at Patreon.com/PlantCunning --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/plantcunning/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/plantcunning/support

The Cigar Authority
Why Is Imperial Tobacco Exiting Premium Cigars? - The After Show

The Cigar Authority

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 28:31


This week on The After Show, we are looking at Imperial Tobacco. They sold off all their assets in the premium cigar business and their earnings went up. Is this good news for the cigar industry? The Cigar Authority is a member of the United Podcast Network and is recorded live in front of a studio audience at Studio 21 Podcast Cafe upstairs at Two Guys Smoke Shop in Salem, NH and as always you can find many of the cigars we discuss at https://www.2GuysCigars.com/.

Country Squire Radio
Trackin And Packin VII: Transporting Pipes, Tobacco, And Accessories

Country Squire Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 50:01


In this episode, Jon David and Beau discuss some epic and different ways of traveling with your pipes and tobacco. Happy Thanksgiving!

How I Lawyer Podcast with Jonah Perlin
#042: Suzanne Levy Friedman - Medical Devices Attorney

How I Lawyer Podcast with Jonah Perlin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 41:21


In this episode I speak with Suzanne Levy Friedman who is a Senior Associate in the Medical Devices and Technology Regulatory Group at Hogan Lovells in Washington, D.C.. In that role, Suzanne assists device companies in a wide range of activities across the life cycle of their products, including preparing regulatory submissions for clearance or approval of new devices, advising manufacturers on the lawful promotion and advertising of their devices, and addressing post-market enforcement issues. She has a particular specialty in dealing with the FDA's evolving paradigm for software and digital health products, and she has helped clients determine the appropriate regulatory pathway for various products in this space and bring them to market. In law school, Suzanne interned at the FDA's Office of Chief Counsel, where she learned firsthand about the range of legal and regulatory issues addressed by the agency's Food, Drug, Device, Veterinary, and Tobacco centers and spent two years before law school working for a health policy consulting firm advising clients on the business impact of FDA actions and related legislation. We live in a world where consumer health products and even software can serve an important role in keeping us healthy. As a result we discuss the fast-moving and ever-growing practice area of medical device law where Suzanne regularly practices before the FDA. We also discuss Suzanne's path, the mindsets and skills necessary to succeed in a scientific practice area (even if you are not a trained scientist), the varied toolbox of experience necessary to work in a heavily regulated area, how to communicate with in-house partners to succeed as outside counsel, and the importance of project management skills to young lawyers. If you enjoy this episode, make sure to sign up for future episodes at www.howilawyer.com or subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

UN News
UN Catch-Up Dateline Geneva: Ethiopia arrests, COVID-19 antiviral boost, #YAS21

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 15:06


In this week's show: a worrying state of emergency continues in Ethiopia where UN staff are being held – the Secretary-General wants them released immediately – a pharma deal that gives a lot more people a chance to get COVID-19 antivirals than ever before, and tough words for the tobacco industry, from the World Health Organization (WHO). And in this week's interview - with UN communications chief Melissa Fleming – why it's crucially important that the Organization should do more to listen to what young activists are saying, for everyone's sake.

Puck Off
S9Ep08 - Everybody's Back

Puck Off

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 68:33


Frazer, Joe, and Andy are back at ATC Studios to discuss the Penguins sale, Ducks are flying, the newest Hall of Famers, and more! Support Uhle's Tobacco. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

UN News
News in Brief 16 November 2021

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 3:14


Ethiopia: mass arbitrary arrests target Tigrayans, says UN rights office  UNITAID deal seals COVID-19 antiviral boost for one in two people globally Tobacco use falling, but ‘unscrupulous' companies luring new users

KFI Featured Segments
@BillHandelShow - Do They Have A Case with Wayne Resnick

KFI Featured Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 14:44


Bill Handel hosts Wayne Resnick for this week's edition of Do They Have A Case. The case the two deliberate today involves a man who claims to have never smoked tobacco products, but his autopsy says otherwise.

525 Insight
What Does the Bible Say: Alcohol, Drugs, Tobacco, and other Addictions

525 Insight

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 26:13


This week we hit on a wide range of topics in regards to what the Bible says about alcohol, drugs, tobacco and other addictions. There are a few tangents here or there but I hope and pray that this podcast is a blessing for you and that the spirit will work in your heart through His word. 

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
Tobacco needs to go, public health experts say

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 5:51


Plain packaging, graphic health warnings and higher taxes are not enough to stop people smoking, according to public health experts.

RN Drive - ABC RN
Keith Pitt doesn't want to 'phase down' coal, India's High Commissioner to Australia talks post COP26 plus, Is it time for tobacco to go?

RN Drive - ABC RN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 85:06


Texas Wine and True Crime
The Story of Michael and Christine Morton.

Texas Wine and True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 43:38


This week we are discussing the murder of Christine Morton out of Austin, TX. In 1986, Christine was bludgeoned to death in her bed. Her three year old son witnessed the attack. They pinned the murder on her husband, Michael Morton. But did he do it? Was there any actual evidence? This is a roller coaster of a case. Big thanks to our friends at Edge of the Lake Vineyard and Winery for sending us delicious wine! This week we are sipping on Tempetite 2020. This blend of 83%Tempranillo from the Texas High Plains and 17% Petite Verdot also from The High Plains. This wine is jammy with great mouth feel. Hints of Tobacco and leather and pepper as a result from the Tempranillo and hints of black current and licorice from the intense Petite Verdot. Visit our friends at edgeofthelakevineyard.com. The organization this week is The Innocence Project. Their mission is to free the staggering number of innocent people who remain incarcerated, and to bring reform to the system responsible for their unjust imprisonment. Please go to innocenceproject.org to learn more. You can help keep the food, wine, and stories flowing at Support Texas Wine & True Crime on Ko-fi.com! 

Millionærklubben
Millionærklubben Special: Scandinavian Tobacco Group med CEO Niels Frederiksen

Millionærklubben

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 45:40


Deres produkter er sundhedsskadelige og brugerne bliver færre og færre. Alligevel formår de at udvide og udvikle forretningen. Bodil Johanne Gantzel sætter fokus på Scandinavian Tobacco Group i dialog med selskabets CEO, Niels Frederiksen.  Sponsoreret af Saxo Bank.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Software Engineering Daily
I never worked at Facebook, and never will. We should start producing American made Facebook brand cigarettes. Only the finest tobacco? COVID-19 safe. Whatever. idk.

Software Engineering Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 2:55


I miss Grace Gong. I think of her every single day, and only feel happy vibes. Maybe some people don't like her but I do

Further Together the ORAU Podcast
Award-winning research: a conversation with Sara Howard

Further Together the ORAU Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 17:10


In this episode, Michael Holtz talks to Sara Howard, MPH and Ph.D. student, who works in the epidemiology and exposure science group at ORAU and ORISE, recently won a Scholar-in-Training Award for her virtual poster presentation at the 67th Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society. Her poster presentation focused on "Tobacco use and its relationship to socioeconomic status in occupational radiation cohorts." She used data from the Million Person Study and other sources for her project. We discuss the specifics of her research, the Million Person Study and Sara's plan for the future. Take a listen to this great conversation with an up-and-coming researcher.

The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Podcast
478: Novice Pipe Smoker Warren Byle. Captain Black Tobacco Review.

The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 60:43


Our featured interview tonight is with novice pipe smoker Warren Byle. Warren is an IT guy that is working on a tobacco project of his own. This episode is another installment in our series of novice pipe smokers (those with 3-5 years of pipe smoking experience) that we pose seven questions to. At the top of the show, (hold onto your seats), Brian will have a surprising review of Captain Black Original.

Beats, Beards & Brews
Jerry Cantrell, Honorable Mack Beard Oil, Hopititis & Boozy Pumpkin Beer

Beats, Beards & Brews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 62:04


For the music review portion of the podcast, Dan and Eric dive into Jerry Cantrell's third solo album Brighten. It seems like the Alice in Chains' guitarist was in a happier place as he recorded this one and we're here for it. We're also here for Jerry's fancy hat collection. Jerry Cantrell songs previewed on this episode include: "Brighten" "Prism of Doubt" "Had to Know" Evan joins the recording just in time to drop a quick review of Cantrell's latest. Then Eric shares his thoughts on the Honorable Mack Beard Oil from The Bearded Mack Grooming Co. Is broccoli seed oil the missing link to a better beard? Tune in to find out! For the scent curious: The Honorable Mack has notes of Oud, Birch, Black Oud, Leather, Saffron, Jasmine, Tobacco, and Vanilla. You can view the full list of carrier oils on the website, as well. Finally, Eric and Evan catch Hopititis ... ah, no wait, they drink Hopititis and catch a buzz from this 9.2% abv Imperial IPA from 515 Brewing Co. in Des Moines, Iowa. Dan also makes a hard return to drinking beer by breaking out his 11.1% abv cellared 2019 Jamaican Rum Barrel-Aged Imperial Pumpkin Ale from Dangerous Man Brewing Co. As always, thanks for listening! And stay tuned for more new episodes of Beats, Beards & Brews.

60 Minutes
60 Minutes 11/7

60 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 42:32


On this week's "60 Minutes," Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas is speaking out against a new Missouri law meant to protect the rights of the state's gun owners. He and a number of Missouri police, sheriffs, and prosecutors say the Second Amendment Preservation Act makes law enforcement think twice about cooperating with agencies like the FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, to investigate crimes involving guns. Norah O'Donnell reports. A Louisiana firm has developed a ground-breaking containment system for the U.S. Coast Guard that has captured more than 800,000 gallons leaking from the longest-running oil spill in U.S. history. Jon Wetheim has the details. Are heroes born or made? Scott Pelley reports how brain structure might play a role in heroism.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Leaf Life Podcast | All Things Cannabis For All People
Leaf Life Show #139 - The Shaft Act - Seattle

Leaf Life Podcast | All Things Cannabis For All People

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 35:41


S.H.A.F.T. is an acronym for Sex, Hate, Alcohol, Firearms and Tobacco and it outlines the categories of text messages that can't be sent by a business due to moral and legal issues. Now, some customers really like to get advertisements via text and there's no law on the books for regulating how Cannabis is included. However, the carriers of this service are taking matters into their own hands which is more evidence of big corporations making decisions for the consumer.  Hold onto your hat while we uncover yet another area where basic liberties are being stripped away without us people having a say.   Subject discussed in the second segment: BIG BROTHER'S REGULATIONS Subject discussed in the second segment: LET'S WORK DOWN THE LIST   GREG THE GUINEA PIG: KEVIN HEIDRICH is the FOUNDER and OWNER of HOUSE OF CANNABIS retail stores in Washington State.   SPONSORS: HELLAVATED AVITAS GOODIES LIBERTY FAIRWINDS   STONEY BALONEY EPISODE: RESPECT THE RAT

Cigar Hacks
Episode 207: Let the Ashes Hit the Floor – Local Spotlight: The Tobacco Shack; Rowley, MA

Cigar Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 86:51


We're at the Rocky Patel event at The Shack with Mike The Cop and the crew for another fun evening with a cast of thousands. The Hidden Herf is a hit with everyone. It Black Bottle Beard Co time again with MJ on the panel. Local Spotlight – The Tobacco Shack; Rowley, MA Controversy Corner … Continue reading "Episode 207: Let the Ashes Hit the Floor – Local Spotlight: The Tobacco Shack; Rowley, MA"

After the Orgy
Kid Rock Is the Poorest Person Here ft. Marc Andreessen

After the Orgy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 57:33


On a very special episode of After the Orgy, Default Friend and The Personality Girl talk to the one and only Marc Andreessen about the pilot of HBO's Silicon Valley. Default Friend may or may not be painfully starstruck this episode.Theme: Stretch Your Face by Tobacco

Ludology
Ludology 262 - This Guilty Podcast

Ludology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 60:57


Erica and Gil are delighted to welcome designer Amabel Holland of Hollandspiele, known for making games with challenging themes using an unconventional publishing model.  SHOW NOTES 0m58s: Supply Lines of the American Revolution, Table Battles, Irish Gauge, This Guilty Land, Nicea, The Vote. 7m08s: Amabel is talking about her forthcoming game Eyelet. 15m02s: This is Geoff's game Versailles 1919, co-designed with Mark Herman. 17m28s: Benedict Arnold 18m34s: The Shackleton Expedition 21m16s: The Vote 28m22s: Nicea 31m38s: Irish Gauge, Northern Pacific, Iberian Gauge 32m29s: Winsome, Rio Grande 34m23s: Chicago Express 34m55s: Meltwater, An Infamous Traffic 36m11s: RIBBIT: The Jump, Move, and Block Game, Table Battles 38m51s: New Mill 43m45s: Westphalia 48m18s: Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae 49m52s: Cheapass Games 53m46s: Tobacco misinformation campaign 54m37s: Gil was thinking of Brandolini's Law, aka the BS Asymmetry Principle. 57m55s: Horse & Musket 59m03s: Deinocheirus, Pterodactyl, Therizinosaurus

World's a Mess
#196 Wet Hell with Pinhead

World's a Mess

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 53:28


EPISODE #196-- For this, our most hallowed of eves we talk about Swedish kids putting snus where the sun don't shine and scientists thirsting to make buildings out of blood. We also talk about R. Bud Dwyer, Norm MacDonald, Malort, the Tower of Power, DUNE (Arrakis, desert planet), and lots and lots of Hellraiser. Support our show at Patreon.com/quality! Follow James on twitter @kislingtwits and Alex @giraffetermath. Follow us on tumblr at https://worldsamess.tumblr.com/. Donate directly to James at Ko-fi.com/T6T16E5D. Thanks to Sef Joosten for our show art (http://spexdoodles.tumblr.com). Our theme music is "The World's a Mess" by X. Outro is "Hip Albatross" by Gorillaz. Our sources are DR, Vice, and Material Today Bio.

Psychedelic Salon
Podcast 673 – “Ayahuasca & Tobacco Secrets – Jeremy Narby”

Psychedelic Salon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 80:15


Jeremy Narby, PhD, is co-author of Plant Teachers with indigenous elder Rafael Chanchari Pizuri. This brief, information-packed book presents a cross-cultural dialogue that explores the similarities between ayahuasca and tobacco, the role of these plants in indigenous cultures, and the hidden truths they reveal about nature. Juxtaposing and synthesizing two worldviews, Plant Teachers invites readers on a wide-ranging journey through anthropology, botany, and biochemistry, while raising tantalizing questions about the relationship between science and other ways of knowing. Narby became an early pioneer of ayahuasca research while living with the Ashaninca people of the Peruvian Amazon in the 1980s. He studied anthropology at Stanford University and now lives in Switzerland and works as Amazonian projects director for Nouvelle Planète, a nonprofit organization that promotes the economic and cultural empowerment of indigenous peoples. Jeremy is also the author of the award-winning book The Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge, which was originally published in 1998.

Tulsa Scene Podcast
Hemp vs Tobacco Blunts - Oklahoma Boys Rolling Co

Tulsa Scene Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 47:15


What do you like to roll your flower into for a blunt? Do you think here in OMMA Community the most popular is Hemp or Tobacco? But what if the boys that aren't suppose to know how to roll weed actually put together the perfect blunt? In this episode with Katy, Chris and Marshall we invite Oklahoma Boys Rolling Co into Kush to discuss.

What's What BR
What's What BR With Michelle Mercure Of The American Lung Association

What's What BR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 29:25


In this episode of What's What BR, we speak with Michelle Mercure of the American Lung Association to give us the real deal with how Tobacco affects us and how vaping isn't really different.

Developing Palates
Team Review Recap: Supreme Tobacco Bohekio Robusto

Developing Palates

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 11:10


Jiunn, Seth, John and Aaron discuss their review experience with the Supreme Tobacco Bohekio Robusto https://developingpalates.com/reviews/cigar-reviews/team-cigar-review-supreme-tobacco-bohekio-robusto/

Financial Survival Network
Searching for Gold in CBD Tobacco Replacements - Setti Coscarella #5306

Financial Survival Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 14:14


Summary: Are you or is someone you know looking to quit smoking cigarettes? On this episode of FSN, I sit down and chat with Setti Coscarella, the CEO of TAAT Global. TAAT is a cigarette replacement that is doesn't contain nicotine, tobacco, or any of the other harmful ingredients in cigarettes. It still satisfies the taste of a cigarette, and contains CBD—which allows one to feel the calm sensation that a cigarette gives off. Tune in to hear more about this fascinating, healthier alternative to smoking that has the power to change the industry. Highlights: -We discuss a cigarette replacement that it made from hemp and doesn't contain nicotine, tobacco, or the harmful ingredients in cigarettes -It still satisfies the taste of a cigarette, and gives the calm sense that smokers traditionally enjoy from smoking -All cigarette alternatives rely on the consumer being addicted to smoking/the product -TAAT contains CBD, which operates as a calming property -Smokers go about their life in a state of withdrawal, but with TAAT, you don't have to face this effect -It is designated to be a smoking replacement -This gives consumers something they can enjoy as much—if not more—than a cigarette -They are currently adding more states and countries to their market -If you register with TAAT, they'll send you your first pack for free Useful Links: Financial Survival Network TAAT Global

National Native Network Podcast
Episode 24 - Traditional Tobacco and Native American Youth

National Native Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 26:37


Overview: This is a roundtable conversation around traditional tobacco with a Native American youth perspective, speaking on what makes it different from commercial tobacco, and how it is used in ceremony and prayer. Target Audience: Physicians, nurses, health educators, administrators, and support staff working with American Indian and/or Alaska Native communities. Panelists: Melissa Meza California Rural Indian Health Board Hannah Bartol Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan Devin Beltran, President CRIHB Youth Advisory Board Lake Miwok and Southeastern Pomo For free help to quit smoking, call 1-800-QUIT-NOW Visit our website www.keepitsacred.org for more resources.

Cigar Sense Podcast
059: A must-have status symbol?

Cigar Sense Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 43:26


We recently spoke about how unique is our taste with Aniello Buonincontro, who wrote the book, “Degustazione Razionale”, which means rational tasting. He researched anthropology, sociology, neuroscience and psychology. He also studied the issues concerning the characteristics of the premium cigar in relation to marketing and consumption.  Aniello is a certified sommelier and a Cigar Journal panelist. He has been in charge of the most renowned cigar courses in Italy (Catadores courses by the Cigar Club Association). He actually is an aeronautical engineer. Nine years ago, he left his job as production manager in a multinational company and became sales manager at Cigars and Tobacco, one of the biggest, if not the biggest, Italian importer and distributor of new word cigars. Among his role's activities, he provides training and guidance for events and manages the relationships with many producers, retailers and enthusiasts. You can find Aniello's articles and videos (mostly in Italian) here: https://sigarietempo.com/   Today we want to deep dive into some important aspects that relate to the behavior of the premium cigar consumer.   Episode summary The cigar can have many different meanings, as cigar lovers have many different interests, needs and desires. A cigar can be many different things: a bunch of tobacco leaves that are rolled up to be smoked an agricultural product, hard to regulate like industrialized tobacco products  an artisanal product an economic power for most producing countries a gourmet product an experience product, as each of us may have a different experience when smoking it a sample an analysis object a commodity And it can also be: a cultural heritage an object for social media consumption an obsession for serial smokers a leisure companion a relaxation accessory a wealth show off tool a symbol the catalyst of emotions ... How can this take shape for a cigar importer/distributor? For professionals the cigar is a commercial product. When talking with consumers, they need to talk about quality, which is a very important characteristic of the cigar. A professional doesn't talk about his/her own emotion connected to the cigar. In theory you can sell cigars by emotion to consumers, but this is not possible to do when you deal with other professionals. S/he will rather treat the cigar as a commercial product, and provide information by strength, price, consistency, flavor, ... In fact, talking about the aromas that a cigar displays can be enlightening, provided they are accurately described. The "anilla" or band The other characteristic is a bit stronger, it's the symbol that the cigar represents. We cannot forget that the cigar is made of tobacco, but also of the "anilla", the band, which takes along the information on the family, the factory, the field,  the country, ... If you take two samples of the same cigar, one with the band and one without band, and you ask someone to choose, that person will most likely choose the cigar with the anilla. There is another pleasure when smoking a cigar with the band. Many people will deny this, but Some people will say no, but they lie in this case, because the band gives an additional pleasure the the smoke. We cannot say this is wrong, never say this is right or this is wrong, there's maybe only one case in which it is. Else, it's just a different way to look at the world around us. The must-have status symbol There are sensory qualities, very important, but there are many other attributes that you can associate with a cigar. For example, there are people who always look for the best deals. Why does that happen and why are cigars in this case not chosen based on specific qualities? When we start smoking cigars, we know very little, a lot is about our imagination. And for quite some time, perceiving aromas, tastes and so on is something difficult. Beginners typically can sense one aroma, maybe two. Maybe they sense something they cannot name. In the beginning people generally start smoking cigars for the symbol, not for their organoleptic qualities. This is normal, the issue is maybe that you may stick to the symbol and not go and discover the senses world that is linked to the cigar. This depends a lot on the type of people that are around you, how they influence you. Influencers on social media today are not able to help, as they are usually interested in something different from the sensory experience. The cigar arrived in Europe as symbol for people that had a commercial interest with America. It was interesting to show people "I smoke cigars because they come from my colonies in America". This was the beginning. The cigar can be a way to show people something: I am rich, I have power, I am a member of a famous club, and so on. The cigar can be used as an accessory, like a tie, to be elegant. This is a way to communicate. There is nothing wrong in this, it's just a choice. Sometimes this choice is done in a conscious way, sometimes you follow someone you like and do the same thing. The relational control Everybody has a role when we're dealing with a cigar, just like when we're dealing with anything else in life. One of the 3 types of relational control is the one referred to as "one level up" relationship. When somebody talks about a cigar and we see that person as an "expert", that person could tell us anything. If we don't have our own awareness, our own views on the cigar, our own experiences, if we are just learning, it's very easy to just follow and imitate. We see very easily how that happens in social media: people like or even love something just because an "expert" is posting. Followers don't even look at what that person is writing or sharing. If they did, they might be in total disagreement, but just follow the flow. There is a difference between people that see the cigar as a sensory experience and people who see the cigar as a status symbol. The latter use the same language, the same words, but for everyone that word has a different meaning. If you ask what is quality to someone who sees the cigar as a status symbol, the term has a certain meaning. What is an "expert"? Quality vs. quantity, here again, play a big role. Most people that are considered as "experts" have been smoking for a long time, they smoke expensive cigar. They smoke a lot of cigars. They go to a lot of events. If you consider this, all this is something you can measure. But quality is hard to measure. An "expert" might have learnt by heart all the shapes and dimensions of cigars, all the history of brands. Today you can easily find many "experts" and all shapes and dimensions of cigars on the internet. And it is important to expect experts to only talk about the measurable characteristics of the cigar, which include flavor. The rest, whether you like or do not like the cigar, is something you need to learn, so you can make your choices without imitating others. The most difficult aspect here is probably the understanding of the relationship between you and the cigar. Most "experts", when they talk about cigars, don't understand that they are not talking about cigars, rather about themselves and what is in their mind. You can find pleasure in a cigar even if you see the cigar as a status symbol. It's normal. What is important is not being right or wrong, but being aware of how this works. Developing a status symbol brand The status symbol concept drives sales. If a producer has a good quality cigar, but people do not recognize it as a status symbol, it takes a lot of efforts to sell. You need to create a story, a tradition. And this takes time. If you work through an influencer, you can start to grow the brand as connected to a status symbol. When a producer becomes a status symbol, s/he can start to focus more on marketing than on quality production. The risk is to start selling more and fermenting and aging less. Good marketing is less expensive that a good fermentation. The market gives its answer after years. What can happen is that the market understands that quality is in decline and it's then difficult for a brand to go back and focus on quality again. In fact, when judging a cigar and we have a bad first impression, it's very hard to revisit and gain a good second impression. Maybe the best producers are the ones who don't show up too often on social media. Because they are in the factory and focus on tobacco and quality aspects, they often don't speak English very well. Younger consumers or beginners Younger cigar smokers who prefer quality over quantity and branding are increasing. They enroll in courses to understand the qualities of cigars. They seek pleasure. Sometimes they are not able to express their liking through sensory terms. However, they are able to identify the difference between a good quality and a bad quality cigar. Smoking for a long time can be important, but there needs to be attention and focus. And interest in quality definitely helps the latter. This explains the difference between and alcoholist and a sommelier: maybe an alcoholist drinks more than a sommelier, but does not necessarily understand the product. Equally, smoking a lot is not a guarantee that we understand the product. Having a good method is what counts. It's not easy, it's not just about filling in a sheet. Another benefit for younger smokers or beginners is that a lot of misconceptions have not been ingrained (yet) in their behavior and thinking. This allows them to much more easily focus on what they really are interested into. And they have a lot of opportunities for education and learning so they can look at things in a different way rather than repeating misconceptions. They want to be aware of what they do. Women Unfortunately the cigar world seems to still be a world for men, even if many women work in the industry and/or smoke cigars. Women tend to respectfully play by the rules and rules are still made by men. When you divide, then you have to work harder to make it stick. It's probably better to talk about quality than about men vs. women, Cuban vs. non Cuban cigars, and so on. My taste is the best Everybody believes to have the best taste in the world.  And when there are some people that start to be looked at as "experts", their taste becomes recognized. The error people frequently do in our society is imitating somebody else's taste just because that person is perceived as an expert. This is a very bad approach to learning: pretending that someone blindly follows us is like training a dog rather than a human.  Followers are not about education and culture.   Feedback and promotion on the show You can ask your questions, make comments and be featured on the show! Let your voice be heard. Email Franca Comparetto [franca@cigarsense.com]. We have no external investors, nor cigars or ads sale revenue. Just like for the Cigar Sense membership [https://www.cigarsense.com/] and our educational resources, we strive to provide independent information.

Science & Technology - Voice of America
New Evidence Suggests Humans Used Tobacco 12,000 Years Ago - October 22, 2021

Science & Technology - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 5:35


National Native Network Podcast
Episode 23 - Exploring New Trends in Tobacco Policy and Use in Indian Country

National Native Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 58:36


For full archive resources visit www.keepitsacred.org Wednesday, October 20, 2021   Learning Objectives/Outcomes: At the conclusion of this activity, the healthcare team will be able to: 1. Examine current AI/AN commercial tobacco use rates and new data reflecting tribal casino smoking preferences. 2. Build coalitions and engage with both Tribal communities and leaders to influence commercial tobacco public health policy. 3. Implement effective community smoke free policies that reduce the health risks associated with commercial tobacco exposure (or use).   Target Audience: Physicians, nurses, health educators, administrators, and support staff working with American Indian and/or Alaska Native communities.   Presenters: Ken Foster Director of Operations Meczka Marketing Research Consulting   Andrew M. Klebanow Partner Casino Consultants Consortium (C3 Gaming)   Clinton Isham Independent Tribal Relations Consultant American Non-Smokers' Rights Foundation   Hannah Bartol, B.S. Program Manager National Native Network   Josiah Concho, BAEPD Project Coordinator Keres Community Health

Protecting the Legacy ; A BCA Podcast
Low Nicotine Patented Tobacco Plants !!!

Protecting the Legacy ; A BCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 65:58


The entire tobacco world is changing. The meat and potatoes of this discussion dives into new tobacco varietals which are patented. That's right ... Patented tobacco seeds ? Will this be the future of the premium cigar industry. Low nicotine tobacco ? Why isn't anyone talking about this. The death of premium cigars as we know it is coming !!!

Country Squire Radio
Tobacco Talk: Vertical Limit and Trailhead

Country Squire Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 48:37


This week we are taking a look at 2 blends from the Cascadia pipe company: Vertical Limit and Trailhead

The Hartmann Report
RIGHT WING MEDIA KILLS WHEN USED AS DIRECTED

The Hartmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 58:07


Now that right wing media has arguably killed more Americans than has tobacco, it's time to consider a strategy like we used with cigarettes to balance their deadly lies and misinformation. Crazy Alert - Is Superman abandoning the "American Way" or Becoming a Man of the World? Right Wing Billionaires Are Telling Sinema to Jump & She Is Saying How High?See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Unsportsmanlike Conduct
Oct 14 Seg 6 - Football & Chewin' Tobacco W/ Robin Washut

Unsportsmanlike Conduct

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 16:28


Thursdee Friend Robin Washut of HuskerOnline.com stops by to talk about Saturday!

By Any Means Necessary
Tobacco Workers Worldwide Fight Back Against Exploitation

By Any Means Necessary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 21:02


In this segment of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Monica Cruz, labor reporter with BreakThrough News to discuss an international day of action led by employees of Phillip Morris, the importance of solidarity among international workers and the need to globalize resistance to exploitation, how the Phillip Morris action fits into the context of the rising tide of workers struggle in the US, and the connections between labor, class, and race and their importance in building a working class movement.

StickMen Blog
Life, Lounges and Cigar Education with Chris Harper of Perdomo Cigars

StickMen Blog

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 35:08


We just had the great fortune of sitting down with Mr. Chris Harper over the 10th Anniversary Perdomo Maduro paired with a Buffalo Trace Smokey Old Fashion from Smyrna Village Bourbon and Cigar. Check out this episode as Chris drops knowledge on cigars, spirits and the lifestyle that we know and love!Episode Chapters00:00 Introduction02:22 Smoky Old Fashions04:20 10th Anniversary Perdomo Maduro06:01 The Tobacco Growing Valleys off Nicaragua 08:15 The Perdomo Method of building a cigar10:07 Meet Chris Harper of Perdomo Cigars14:00 Coming up with an Award-Winning Cigars16:39 Tasting Cigars20:24 Women Cigar Rollers vs. Men Cigar Rollers23:00 How Perdomo Got Started26:30 The Cigar Lounge Industry Today29:00 Your Favorite Cigar is the One You are Smoking Right Now!StickMen Swag Available at: https://stickmen.blog/Help us t o continue to make great content! Your donations are truly appreciated - https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=3J2PBSCZDTFE6The StickMen Podcast is a Cigar and Whiskey Lifestyle Podcast and Marketing Company hosted by Reggie Kimble (aka StickMan #1) and Co-host Sean Simpson (aka StickMan Simp). What makes us unique is that we cover the Cigar and Whiskey scene in our neighborhoods across the globe. Look out for our Whiskey Reviews, Cigar Reviews and Interviews with the cigar lifestyle influencers that make what we do so much fun! Our motto is to always "Puff, Sip, Chat ... Repeat"Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/stickmen)

Narushow
187: Frogs Don't Smoke Tobacco, If Ya Know What I Mean

Narushow

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 62:29


Episodes discussed: 372 & 373 If there's anything this show can do, it's ruin an extremely sick Minato entrance by following it up almost immediately with a Sasuke entrance. But hey, you take the good with the bad. Also, we talk about how much of a bummer it is that Sakura still doesn't believe in herself. Oh well. It's NARUSHOW!

Ten Laws with East Forest
Jeremy Narby - Plant Tachers, Ayahuasca and Tobacco (#180)

Ten Laws with East Forest

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 65:59


Anthropologist Jeremy Narby first learned of the shamanic uses of ayahuasca and tobacco while conducting fieldwork in the Amazon region decades ago. After witnessing the transformative power of these mind-altering plants, Narby embarked on a quest to understand their effects on human consciousness. His search led him to contact Rafael Chanchari Pizuri, a traditional healer from the Peruvian Amazon. “The dose makes the poison,” says an old adage, reminding us that all substances have the potential to heal or to harm, depending on their use. This is especially true of tobacco. Although Western medicine treats it as a harmful addictive drug, tobacco is considered medicinal by indigenous people of the Amazon rainforest. In its unadulterated form, it holds a central place in their repertoire of traditional medicines. Along with the hallucinogen ayahuasca, tobacco forms a part of treatments designed to heal the body, stimulate the mind, and inspire the soul with visions.In Plant Teachers, Narby and Pizuri hold a cross-cultural dialogue that explores the similarities between ayahuasca and tobacco, the role of these plants in indigenous cultures, and the hidden truths they reveal about nature. Juxtaposing two distinct worldviews, Plant Teachers invites readers on a wide-ranging journey through anthropology, botany, and biochemistry, while raising tantalizing questions about the relationship between science and other ways of knowing.Plant Teachers on Amazon:    https://www.amazon.com/dp/1608687732 

Fresh Focus
Fresh Focus #42: Inflammatory Food For Thought

Fresh Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 10:51


Have you ever wondered if the food you are eating is causing you pain due to inflammation? If so, stick around and listen in on how nutrition and what we eat day to day can influence inflammation and could be causing an increase in your pain level. Inflammation is the body's protective response against injury, infection, stress, or foreign substances.  In episode 42 of Fresh Focus, Megan goes through some of the food items that could be causing an increase in inflammation. Food items that cause increase in inflammation include a diet full of highly processed foods, high sugary foods, or typical junk food, sometimes referred to as the Standard American Diet.  Top 9 types of foods that are the big contributors of inflammation.  1.       High-sugar foods2.      High-fat foods3.      Foods that promote bacterial overgrowth of the small bowel: This includes simple sugars and complex carbohydrates that are quickly digested.  Such as bakery items, juice, soda, and really any food item with added sugar. 4.      Low fiber intake: Not eating enough fiber, can also cause inflammation. One of the purposes of fiber is to pull and remove toxins from the gastrointestinal tract. For your reference, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, rec0mmends 25 grams of fiber for women and 38 grams of fiber for men each day. 5.      Insufficient phytonutrients: Not eating enough colorful fruits and vegetables. 6.      Vitamin and mineral deficiencies:  Women should consume at least 1 ½ cups of fruit and 2 ½ cups of vegetables each day. Men should consume at least 2 cups of fruit and 3 ½ cups of vegetables each day. 7.      Fatty acid imbalances: Not enough Omega-3 fatty acids and Omega-6 fatty acids, along with too much saturated fat and trans-fats from processed foods. 8.     Insufficient exercise: Getting enough physical activity is effective in reducing adipose tissue and the amount of fat in your body.9.      Tobacco use and excessive alcohol use: Can damage the body's cells and trigger an immune response of inflammation.  Keep in mind that you do not need to try out all of these suggestions at once. By knowing what causing inflammation that can help us with making diet changes to help with pain and overall health and wellness. Remember, small steps are better than not trying at all.   Check out Fresh Focus episodes 1-6 for more meal planning information on creating your own healthy plate.  If you have questions regarding nutrition and inflammation, please contact your clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist to provide more guidance on anti-inflammatory meal planning.  

Reveal
When Abusers Keep Their Guns

Reveal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 51:16


Reveal's Jennifer Gollan leads an investigation that exposes the consequences of passing gun laws with no teeth. For the first time, Reveal tallies the number of intimate partners, children and bystanders whose lives are shattered by abusers who fail to give up their firearms. Our analysis of 21 states finds that from 2017 through 2020, at least 110 intimate partners, children and bystanders were killed by suspects using guns they weren't allowed to have under federal law and, in some cases, state law as well. This is likely a massive undercount because the federal government does not track the number of people killed by intimate partners who are prohibited from possessing guns.  We meet Chad Absher, who even as a young man could not control his rage. He was convicted of shooting at an ex-girlfriend's house, which meant he could never have a gun again. Absher's story with guns should have ended there, but it didn't.  Gollan picks up his story years later when Absher starts dating another young woman, Ashlee Rucker. It isn't long before he becomes controlling and abusive, and Rucker wants out of the relationship. But Absher won't let go and, once again, threatens violence. Despite the law, he has a firearm.  In the final segment, Gollan tracks the law enforcement failures that make it possible for felons such as Absher to possess guns. From the local sheriff to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and a member of Congress, Gollan discovers that laws that have been on the books for decades have very few enforcement mechanisms. She also speaks with a prosecutor in King County, Washington, which is trying to make the laws work as they were originally intended.

Veteran State of Mind
Veteran State Of Mind, Episode 153: Rants & Bants 21: Fuel gimps, Navy goes tobacco free, lack of accountability from 'leaders'

Veteran State of Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 42:27


Gez and Joe get together to talk reasonably well informed bollocks and put the world to rights.Gez: @grjbooksJoe: @thebritishrogueAudiobooks available at: https://www.audible.co.uk/search?searchAuthor=Geraint+Jones @royalbritishlegion or http://www.rbl.orgCity Poppy Days: https://www.britishlegion.org.uk/get-involved/things-to-do/regional-eventsBirmingham - Tuesday 2nd NovemberLeeds - Tuesday 2nd NovemberManchester - Wednesday 3rd NovemberLondon - Thursday 4th NovemberBristol - Tuesday 9th NovemberCardiff - Tuesday 9th NovemberMy Poppy Runs and Poppy Runs: https://www.britishlegion.org.uk/get-involved/things-to-do/events/poppy-runThere are arranged events across the country which are very fun. Or people can do a virtual My Poppy Run - https://www.britishlegion.org.uk/get-involved/things-to-do/events/my-poppy-run (similar to the NHS challenge people were doing last year).Thank you to our sponsors! The show doesn't happen without them!Combat Fuel - www.combat-fuel.co.ukCombat Combover - www.combatcombover.comwww.theescapegames.co.uk Kamoflage Ltd - www.kamoflage.co.ukRite Flank - www.riteflank.co.ukZulu Alpha Strap Company - @zulualphastrapsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=Ea-uUc26ENbNBYWd6-2779MBUZrl6WymCW_b0GdibwrG6-xBlWcpjLS6osk9OqZFbR9wOm&country.x=GB&locale.x=GB)

On Point
Facebook's whistleblower and the social media giant's 'Big Tobacco' moment

On Point

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 49:45


A former Facebook employee says the social media giant knows it is tearing society apart. Will Facebook face its Big Tobacco moment? Sharon Eubanks, Kate Klonick and Phil Weiser join Meghna Chakrabarti.

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
9/27 5-2 Tobacco Up Your Butt

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 18:52


It's all the rage in Denmark!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Country Squire Radio
Pipe Smoking 101: What Makes A Good Pipe Tobacco Good (or Bad)?

Country Squire Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 46:52


The good and the bad of pipe tobacco.

Twisted History
The Twisted History of Drugs

Twisted History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 94:44


Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, Cocaine, Freud, Pope Leo XIII, Tobacco, Raleigh, Opium, Methadone, Gin, Benjamin Rush, and more ...