Podcast: Kin Slips are the low-profile cannabis sublingual you want

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Kin Slips and attorney Amanda Conley. Photo courtesy of Kin Slips and Brand & Branch.

Similar to breath strips, sublinguals are a class of cannabis-infused products that go under the tongue.

They’re making fans among professionals on the go and a lot of other consumers like Amanda Conley, a noted intellectual property attorney who co-founded the San Francisco firm Brand & Branch.

Conley describes her love of the sublingual by Kin Slips in this new segment titled “What’s in your canna-kit?” which is part of GreenState’s long-running podcast The Hash. Sublinguals don’t smell like burning cannabis, and they work much faster than edibles.

Listen in below. Subscribe to The Hash on iTunes. And tell us via Facebook, ‘what’s in your canna-kit?’