Posts tagged PTSD
My Journey to Cannabis, Healing, and Working With Those With PTSD

In February 2017 I became a medical cannabis patient and this past year I joined the Natural Wellness Academy as a mentor and teacher, specializing in their Cannabis Coaching Course & the Health and Life Coach Course.I know what it's like to have so many questions about cannabis, health and life, while not knowing where to start looking for information. I know what it's like to feel overwhelmed with opinions, books, links and outside influence, while wanting to do what's right for you because everything else you have tried is NOT working!  Lady Nowe's mission is to provide clear, professional and purposeful information, resources, yoga and coaching that adds quality to your "life" and "style" that aligns with your internal influence so you feel empowered by your evolving integrations and choices.

Reach out, say hi and I look forward to seeing you in class or working with you 1x1! 

Juliane Nowe

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Hey, Chronically-Ill, Sad Girls— We Found Your Lane.

I was born and raised in a small town in the state of Sonora, Mexico, where my family and I lived with my abuelos. My Nana Amalia was my favorite person in the world. She grew beautiful cannabis plants, which she used to make her own tinctures and oils.

HER GARDEN WAS HER MEDICINE. SHE WAS A NURTURER, A HEALER, AN EMPATH, AND A LUCHADORA.

My family immigrated to the US when I was five, and it took a huge toll on me. I was away from my nana— and she was my everything. The move was overwhelming to say the least. I was immersed into school and I spoke absolutely zero English. It was terrifying. Then from the ages of six to seven, I experienced severe trauma that would forever change me. Shortly after that, my family began our citizenship process, which meant we weren’t allowed to return to Mexico (and wouldn’t be able for many, many years to come). I was alone with my trauma.

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AFRO CANNA QUEEN OPENED UP ABOUT AN UNEXPECTED DIAGNOSIS & HOW WEED HELPS IN HER HEALING.

The first time I smoked I was in the 9th grade and it was purely experimental. I knew nothing about cannabis, other than the fact that it wasn't as bad as everyone made it out to be. Plus, I had the most amazing first experience with cannabis. I went through all the stages: happy > hungry > sleepy. As my close friends and I walked back to the house that day, the sun seemed to shine a little brighter, and I felt a wave of euphoria rush over my entire body and mind. Yet, even then, I had no idea how much it would influence my life to come.

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