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On this week's episode of the Web's Favourite Cannabis Podcast, the Dopefiend is joined by a huge crowd of DopeTribers on the banks of the River Thames in the heart of London for a bit of outdoor stoneage in the sunshine. First, the Dopefiend talks to cannabis activist Greg de Hoedt, who makes his debut on the Dopecast by demonstrating his dabbing prowess before telling all about his use of cannabis as a treatment for Crohn's Disease, how it led him to pursue a life of activism, and how he is now deeply involved in the UK's cannabis community, including his leading role in the formation of the UK Cannabis Social Clubs and NORML-UK, and how he rates the chances of the cannabis legalisation movement in Britain going forward. Greg also gives some commentary on the recent British Lung Foundation report suggesting that cannabis is more harmful than tobacco smoke, how similar drug-related press hysteria is whipped up on an alarmingly regular basis, and talks about why he feels it's important for cannabis users to resist the temptation to live a secret stoner life. After being stunned into near silence by Greg's oil dabbing vapour-rig contraption, the Dopefiend manages to talk briefly to music producer and DopeTribe Elder Esse B about the release of a true DopeTribe collaborative effort, Drizzy DRO's So Potent Vol. 5: Grindin' Across The Pond, followed by a musical interlude plucked straight from the album itself. Next, Homer the Stoner brings us this week's Cannabis News, including Colombia's steps to decriminalise cannabis and cocaine, Labour MP Chuka Umunna's recent admission of his history of cannabis use, the 21 year-old British man facing the death penalty in Abu Dhabi for selling cannabis, and the latest in the strange saga of the life of Peter Reynolds. Finally the Dopefiend is suprised by another DopeTribe elder, UpYer, who wraps up this week's extraordinary Dopecast with a surprise performance of his own!

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