Jamie Madsen is the head grower for Mother & Clone, a new sublingual and genetics brand in Commerce City, Colorado. She turned  a horticulture degree into an opportunity with Mother & Clone designing a vertical grow and producing sublingual products. One of the unique aspects about sublinguals is that they kick in within 60 seconds, unlike edibles which requires metabolization. Because the dosage is also lower (2.5 mg) than most edibles, it is safe for new consumers to start small and see how they feel. Mother & Clone expects to have their operation in full swing next month.

Listen in as Jamie and Chip talk about the historical relevance of vertical growing methods, sublingual products, and need for more women in the cannabis industry, on this new episode of The Real Dirt with Chip Baker.

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Episode Transcript

This podcast is brought to you by Cultivate Colorado. Cultivate is one of the largest indoor horticultural suppliers in Colorado with two stores in the Denver Metro Area and free delivery from the Front Range to Pueblo. They are the place that commercial and personal growers go to for a wide variety of high quality soil, lights, hydroponics and expertise. They have everything you need to grow your dreams and cultivate your legend.

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