Author Archives: Shawn DeNae

About Shawn DeNae

“I have known from an early age that I was created to thrive on what nature has provided to stay healthy and vibrant. I believe that when main street America understands the relationship between our human race and that of medicinal plants we will be healthier and happier beings. The history of cannabis fascinates me and I know this knowledge will help others. That’s what fuels me to step forth and be a woman’s voice to help educate the nation during lively conversations and featured stories so that indoctrinated minds might open to fresh view points.”

The Face of the Drug Cartel

Face of American Cartel is White

in America is a white dude. The Mexican term “marijuana” was circulated in the 1930’s to vilify the plant and redirect the source to the Hispanic countries, which continues to be a popular belief today. The Marijuana Tax Act of … Continue reading


Legalized Cannabis

WA State is the first state to legalize marijuana

Here are 9 points on what that means to you. If you think, “It means nothing to me”, think again. Whether you “toke” or “never inhaled”, live in a legal state or not, the massive movement to not only decriminalize, but … Continue reading


A Weed by Any Other Name is Still Weed

Alias

Is cannabis marijuana? I know it’s confusing.  Are a blunt and a joint the same thing?  What about ganja or hashish?  If you are scratching your head about all the lingo and what the heck it means, read on….. First … Continue reading


Menace or Medicine?

Cannabis extract was use for a vast variety of ailments on both young and old.

Doctors over the centuries relied upon cannabis. Picture an old fashioned family doctor making his house calls with his little black bag tucked full of the essentials of his trade. One of the weapons against common ailments he relied upon was … Continue reading


Our Founding Fathers Grew Marijuana

Marijuana fields grow prolifically in many types of soils and climates.

They grew fields and fields of the waving green stuff. Yup… George, Thomas and Benjamin believed it was pivotal in the impending war with Britain to control the hemp trade. It was a matter of national security! Benjamin Franklin owned the mill that made the … Continue reading