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About Cindy...
Hi, Cindy here! Here is a letter from the heart leading up to why and how I stumbled onto the mighty hemp plant. I am a child of the 60s and 70s born and raised in northern Indiana right next to Chicago, otherwise known as steel mill row. I went to school (K-12) in Portage, Indiana and was raised by middle class entrepreneur parents. Growing up I enjoyed the same things most people had the privilege to enjoying: swimming; camping; boating; canoeing; fishing; sightseeing; beach lounging; nature walks; girl scouts; 4-H Club; baseball games; hockey games; going to movies; and just chilling out with my friends. After graduation in the late 70s, everyone went to work or to the army, even the ladies. I went to work in the hospitality industry. That's a fancy way of saying I made a very good living in years to come at waiting tables. For a solid decade, I loved my customers and enjoyed catering to people! The one thing I'll always remember from hospitality is, the customer always comes first. Years passed and I learned other crafts and occupations. During my studies I learned graphic design, obtained a bachelor's degree in business accounting and traveled America for years selling billboards and outdoor advertising. But all throughout my life I have gravitated back towards the study of herbs and plants. Even during my earlier years trapped inside the metro world of life, I purchased mountains of books on the subject of herbology and initiated myself into the fascinating powerful world of mother nature and her plants. Eventually I rented a farm house in Central Illinois and began planting every seed I could possibly imagine: Echinacea (purple cone flower); chamomile along with raspberries; strawberries; and blueberries of which were among my favorite plants, as well as, various herbs, such as, dill; parsley; and cilantro. But I raised and ate my share of staples too like, tomatoes, peas, beans, asparagus, cabbage, cucumber, lettuce, and broccoli. Once a person separates themselves from the hustle and bustle of suburban life and gets down on their hands and knees in the dirt and appreciates plants, they never turn back. This is how it happened for me. For most organic farmers we have to either hand pull weeds or derive strategies that are ecologically sound from moderately expensive organic methods to kill pests. I was farming without pesticides and there is more to the story about those discoveries outside the scope of my introduction to hemp. I love plants as much as I love animals and people. Skipping forward, I always had a love for the cannabis genus just naturally before I studied the differences between hemp and marijuana. The cannabis genus is let's say GENIUS, and let's just allow everything else after this to be given the credit back up to its creator. In other words, hemp is a creation of God. That said, a lot of studies and understandings regarding hemp come into focus.

With my background, I never assumed that life was not bigger than ME. I endured some physical problems among other issues during my adolescent years, but that is a fleck at a fly compared to what is happening to me now. Recently I experienced a broken collar bone (details excluded). This is where I went into OVERDRIVE so to speak reminiscing about the good years when nothing bothered me either physically, mentally or politically regarding our failed medical industry. We all know the medical system is broken and our doctors are not going to introduce us to CBD hemp or any natural remedy for our health matters. We have to do it ourselves. Didn't Jesus say, "Physician, heal thyself." Even in my old age of 56 I have woken up even more to discover the amazing healing power of plants and the human body.

Wow. I started reading voraciously about CBD hemp oil, everything I could find online about it. That's how I found these wonderful products that I share on my website. If CBD works for me and my family, I'm confident it will work for you. Thank you for taking the time to reading this. Are you ready to get hempified??? Contact me if you have any questions. Thanks again for stopping by.
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