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Girls of Weed Globe


Aimee Warner, CEO of Mother Earth’s Green Solutions, and founder of Washington State’s Lady of Weed and Girls of Weed Provides.

By Sharon Letts

In 1988, Indiana native, Aimee “Ah” Warner, arrived in Seattle, Washington. In 1994 she walked into the now historic Fremont Hemp Enterprise just outdoors the City of Seattle, altering her life and thoughts forever.

The Fremont Hemp Enterprise opened in 1993, filled with almost everything hemp and practically nothing cannabis, purposefully. Its owners and founders, Cory and Erica Brown, have been mentioned to be 20 years ahead of their time, providing up a hemp practical experience, as detailed in a history of the shop by former companion, Paul Grusche on, “Our objective was to present a retail atmosphere exactly where folks could see, touch and taste hemp.”

“I mentioned, ‘what the hell is this?’ she remembered. “It was the very first time I saw the possibilities of hemp – and the very first time I realized the United States Government lied to us. I was pregnant at the time, complete of new possibilities – it was life shattering. Then I saw Jack’s book and it blew my thoughts.”

Jack is the late, excellent hemp advocate, Jack Herer. The book was “The Emperor Wears no Clothing,” a generation’s manifesto on the deceit, manipulation, and corruption of the failed War on Drugs in the United States. The book laid out the theory of Hemp and Cannabis’ calculated demise by the U.S. Government, in cahoots with massive oil, massive pharma, and interests in trees for industrial use.

“I began reading almost everything I could on this multifaceted plant,” she shared. “There weren’t a lot of organic child care solution suppliers out there at that time, so I decided to make my personal. The very first formulation I produced was for my daughter’s diaper rash. It was a fundamental salve with hemp seed oil, chamomile, comfrey, and all types of effective herbs.”

Meals as Medicine

Cannabis as remedy wouldn’t turn into legal in Washington State till 1998, two years soon after California’s historic vote for its Compassionate Care Plan. Warner started creating merchandise with hempseed oil, hemp nut and hemp protein powder in 1995.

“I had heard of cannabis becoming medicinal, but up till this point I had only made use of it for enjoyment and motivation,” she mentioned. “At the time hemp was an less complicated plant to wrap my head about for remedy, as it is packed with Omega six and 3 necessary fatty acids that our bodies do not build – we want to get them from what we consume and from our skin care.”

The Omega fatty acids discovered in hemp give optimal cellular overall performance for human skin, and Warner mentioned it essentially modulates functioning of the skin, when defending and advertising collagen overall health. It also has anti-inflammatory properties on its personal, without having the CBD.

“It wasn’t till 2012, when I helped a pal set-up a healthcare cannabis shop that I beginning diving into the medicinal properties of cannabis and CBD,” she explained. “Hempseed oil is nevertheless the foundation of almost everything we do at Cannabis Fundamentals and its sister firm, Hemp Fundamentals, beneath the corporate umbrella of Mother Earth’s Green Solutions.

CHABA – Mainstream Ingenuity

Even though CBD only merchandise are now a booming organization, readily available across the U.S., Warner mentioned her merchandise fall beneath a new set of guidelines for the State of Washington that she co-authored in 2015.

The guidelines for Cannabis Wellness and Beauty Aids, or CHABA, permits mainstream retailers in Washington State, bypassing state regulated shops, to sell cannabis merchandise for topical use only with much less than .03 % tetrahydrocannabinol or THC,” she explained. “In other words, much less than 85 milligrams of activated THC in a a single ounce completed solution.”

The state guidelines have practically nothing to do with cannabinoid (CBD) merchandise, and almost everything to do with the final solution count of tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, the psychoactive compound in cannabis.

Below the guidelines, Warner’s brand, Cannabis Fundamentals, utilizes complete plant, complete spectrum cannabis with higher THC plant material, then formulates it with other blends of herbs and carrier compounds till the mixture measures in at the acceptable percentage of THC for the mainstream marketplace.

“This provides a complete profile of all the compounds in the plant,” she mentioned. “It also permits the other effective herbs in the formulation to enact the entourage impact – assisting them all perform collectively through a topical application.”

CHABA guidelines have practically nothing to do with the Farm Bill signed into impact in 2018, enabling Hemp with higher CBD testing with much less than 3 % THC to be added to all private care merchandise for the regulated industry.

“In the 90s I could only use hemp seed and derivatives,” she added. “This new Farm Bill produced me really feel protected adequate to add hemp-derived CBD to my line and launch it nationally. It also suggests that chiropractors, reflexologists, and naturopath medical doctors can sell these merchandise in their offices. It is been 4 years given that we’ve been providing topical private care merchandise with this low quantity of THC in the mainstream marketplace and the sky has not fallen.”

Warner mentioned CHABA is a profound law that not a lot of know exists. She mentioned she’d like to support other states and nations enact it, but it would take devoted folks in every single state to do the perform. The International Cannabis Wellness and Beauty Aids Producers Alliance (ICHABAPA) has been set-up beneath her umbrella of firms to assistance other CHABA suppliers.

Black Marketplace Beginnings

Warner was just 14 years old when her sister, who was ten years older, passed her a joint when watching the satirical tv comedy, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.

“I don’t forget giggling a lot, and considering, is this show definitely that funny?” she laughed. “Years later we’d watch Saturday Evening Reside and Fridays, but my emotional ties have been with the Mary Hartman show, simply because it was my very first time acquiring higher. My sister never ever felt excellent about becoming the a single to turn me on to weed, but appear exactly where I am nowadays – appear what that began!”

By the time Warner was 16 she was measuring ounces on a triple beam scale set up in her ideal friend’s father’s house workplace, when he was wintering in Florida.

“Those scales made use of to be stolen from the science lab in higher college,” she added. “I was preferred in higher college, but it wasn’t simply because I was a cheerleader – it was unquestionably simply because I was meeting provide and demand of everyone’s favored herb. But, cannabis has a extended history in my loved ones – my grandpa smuggled weed in the brim of his hat across the Mexican border back in the day. The material I sold was Mexican rag weed that came from my brother – who had hair down to his ass.”

Girls of Weed

Becoming a female organization owner in the cannabis space, Warner wanted the firm and comradery of other ladies – not for networking for organization, as the national organization of Girls Develop has achieved, but for social gatherings and assistance in the male dominated cannabis sector.

She started Girls of Weed with small fanfare and no media interest. This reporter was asked to leave her camera behind for a single of the very first events in 2013.

“As my organization and activist efforts began to take more than my globe, I felt the want to build a space just for enjoyable,” she explained. “Washington was the excellent setting for a private social club for ladies in the hemp and cannabis space. We cultivated a protected space exactly where we could come collectively, smoke weed, consume wonderful meals, and share our appreciate and respect for the plant and every single other.”

Girls of Weed was never ever created to be a organization association or activist group, with the only agenda inside the very first 5 years becoming, not obtaining an agenda.

“We have a restricted membership of 300, and to date we have 130 spots open,” she mentioned. “You ought to be sponsored in to join, then are offered a quantity. We are taking our time expanding the club, as our membership consists of some of the most impactful and significant cannabis ladies from about the nation and the globe. We contact them the Honorary Girls of Weed.”

Her objective was to get what are known as the “OG’s” in the club very first – typically recognized as the “Old Guys,” or “Old Gals,” in this case. Girls who have been a aspect of the cannabis sector moving forward – not just for organization, but for advocating for alter and acceptance. Girls who have worked against the stigma of the plant, and for education on remedy and the freedom to recreate.

“Among us are sufferers, activist, naturopaths, nurses, herbalists, extractors, hash makers, entrepreneurs, political analysts, agronomists, inventors, scientists, graphic designers, nationally published writers and photographers,” she boasted. “And of course, we have international specialists, policy advisors and law influencers.”

Infringement of the Girls of Weed trademark is rampant, with Higher Instances Magazine becoming the most higher profile offender to date, making use of the name for its annual awards contest, Higher Instances Girls of Weed.

“Infringement of our trademark confuses the marketplace, when lowering our capability to do excellent by our legally owned intellectual house,” Warner declared.

Polite notes sent out to cease the use of the name have been futile and ghosted, causing Warner to enlist attorneys to the fight. The publication has given that stopped the use of the name, firmly establishing Warner and Girls of Weed as sole owners to the title.

“What began as a social club, just for enjoyable, has turned into an intense labor of appreciate with vast prospective by way of banded merchandise for fundraising efforts,” she mentioned. “One hundred % of WOW merchandise earnings will be offered back to the neighborhood.”

The very first 3 recipients of what are known as “block grants,” will go to Students for Sensible Drug Policy in honor of WOW member #7, Betty Aldworth Seattle Hempfest, in honor of WOW #78, Sharon Whitson NORML Girls of Washington, in honor of its director, WOW #10, Danica Noble. The numbers correlate to the order of when the members have been invited into WOW.

Plans for a bigger manufacturing facility are in the performs, with Warner visualizing her solely owned firm becoming a hemp homestead with tours of the manufacturing base and an educational center to preserve spreading the expertise of what hemp.

“Twenty-5 years into this and I nevertheless really feel like I’m in the middle of the journey! The excellent news is, I’ve got a couple of excellent years left in me,” she laughed.

For much more facts on Cannabis Fundamentals, Hemp Fundamentals, Girls of Weed, and Girls of Weed Provides pay a visit to,

Cannabis Fundamentals and Hemp Fundamentals can also be bought on Shopify.

To obtain The Emperor Wears no Clothing, by Jack Herer pay a visit to,


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