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First lady of the west coast kush seeds

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1st Lady Of The West Coast: Cannabis saved my life from pharmaceutical drugs doctors had me on due to having bipolar depression. I have bipolar depression due to being a crack baby who was born prematurely. I was 2 pounds. I was supposed to be a March baby but I’m Nov. baby, so you can see how early I was premature and struggled to live. I have a chemical imbalance in my brain. I’ve been on so many different pharmaceutical drugs for bipolar depression since I was 16 years old to the point where doctors kept switching my meds up due to what they were doing to my liver and kidneys. Man, I felt like a zombie being on Prozac and Abilify. The doctors were always changing the dose of my meds and kept saying they were working. But I only felt lethargic and horrible, like I couldn’t function, let alone think for myself. The lies they told – the drugs were was destroying my body, killing me. I’m passionate about cannabis because it’s a natural, organic plant and I don’t have to worry about putting chemicals in the body! I started studying the medical benefits of cannabis back in 2009. I knew there was a natural alternative then what the doctors are prescribing me. For me, I got tired of hearing, “Oh, we have to change the dose of your medicine because it’s messing with your liver and kidneys.” After years of hearing this, all I could think is, that, if I keep going at this rate, my liver may stop functioning and my kidneys fail on me. Doctors don’t care; it would be another diagnosis of pharmaceutical drugs used to destroy other parts of a person’s body. I first became aware of it at the age of 13. My big sister smoked cannabis’ at the time I didn’t understand it that much. As I was taking D.A.R.E class shaking my head at the lies they told us about cannabis, I believed them. My sister was self-medicating and it was helping her. I remember the first time I smoked cannabis I was 16. I smoked it with my homies Diego and Kevin in my backyard back in 2004. I remember feeling ok, not stressed, not worried, not angry or upset but calm and relaxed – like my bipolar symptoms were disappearing. I noticed being more creative with cannabis at the age of 16. I remember being 17 outside my house smoking and looking up at the sky with my big sister and saying, “Sis, it would be so dope if I had my own strain line, like my own, like it’s mine they created it for me?” I was 17 speaking this and today I’m here to witness the reality and am the 1st Black woman to have my own exclusive strain line. I have three lines to date. It’s a blessing because I can help save lives for the better and being able to educate others about the amazing benefits of cannabis and what it can do for the body.

1st Lady: I do cook! Chinese food, Mexican food, and soul food are my fave cuisines. Yummy to my tummy. =) My mother taught me how to cook; she taught me and my sister both. I love food — OMG, it’s so good, especially fruits and veggies and seafood, man o man. I would have to say Gumbo — OMG, my mom makes the best gumbo ever and that brings me to tears, with all that taste. Seafood brings joy to my tummy and tears to my eyes.

WB: Who is your mentor in cannabis? Why?

Wb: Who taught you your craft? What obstacles do you see going forward?