The 1st Lady of the West Coast is reshaping perceptions and leading others to a better way of healing. Candid Chronicle connected with @1stladyofthewestcoast
, who is the first black woman to have her own strain lines and is the owner of Herb of Life Cultivation. Herb of Life Cultivation was created to save lives by getting people off of pharmaceutical drugs, namely opioids. Keep reading to learn more about the 1st Lady of the West Coast‘s entrance into the cannabis industry, relationship with the plant, as well as her hopes and aspirations for the cannabis industry.
“I wanted to show that there are women in the industry that can grow medical cannabis and not just taking it for medical purposes,” says 1st Lady of the West Coast.
How did you get involved in the cannabis industry?
I got involved back in 2009, looking for a natural alternative and cannabis was it for me. Pharmaceutical drugs were destroying my liver and kidney. I wanted to learn how to grow my own medicine. I got taught by Joseph Rezene and then from there I started doing my research on medical cannabis, growing, studying the medical benefits of cannabis, it blew my mind on how amazing this plants is, and every since then, I haven’t looked back.
What life changes occurred when you entered the cannabis industry?
I felt free, excited to make a difference in people’s lives, to show the possibilities in the cannabis industry as a black woman. Spreading the truth on this amazing plant and its medical benefits.
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