What’s Delta 8? My Thoughts on Recreational Consumers with Alternative Medicine

May 18, 2021

FIRST, i am not hating on recreational consumers. Ive been one at one point in my life. Im a recreational consumer of alcohol on a rare occasion, so i get it…. BUT when it comes to alternative medicine that is always being watched by the big man upstairs (aka our government who looks for ways where they can make money at every turn), recreational consumers have a tendency of ruining it for the rest of us…. Mainly those who also have an addictive personality. I might be the only one not afraid to talk about that in the alternative medicine community, and that’s fine :)Watch the original video of this content:

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About the author

What began as a new journey for a young girl has become an established lifestyle for the business woman/owner, mother and wife that she is today. Shaunna became a “holistic influencer” in 2014. She created a persona called Kratom Girl to help support alternative medicine by creating #normalizekratom & #normalizealternativemedicine. Today she donates her time, money and resources to continue to help spread truth and knowledge about kratom, to further normalize it, especially amongst her fellow executives at her day job.

“Someday, we will be sipping kratom tea around the waterhole at work.” – Shaunna Kaufmann.

Shaunna has written for numerous magazines and websites. She was also featured in High Times Magazine, Evie Magazine, CIRCA, and Medium. She owns a design business called Shaunna K, and works for the state of Oregon as a top executive. Her husband and her own a farmhouse in the Pacific Northwest, where they enjoy being as hermits with their three kids, a dog and asshole of a cat.

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