Blog Post #1
Greetings people from the void known as the internet. My name is Dr. Mary Smith. I am the CEO of JAM’N Hemp Co. and a clinical social worker. Many of you may have met or spoken with Joey, who runs the day-to-day operations of the company. As I am sure he has said many times, We, along with our two boys, make up JAM’N (Joey, Asher, Mary, and Noah).
Part of Our Journey
I was introduced to CBD products through an autism moms’ group about four years ago. I came home to discuss this with Joey the same night. Joey took the intrigue I had and turned it into hours and days of research. I mean if other moms are having much luck using this not only for themselves but as a holistic means of treating some of the symptoms of Autism, then why not try it. We previously discussed the medical marijuana route, but we were not quite ready for that, and we are still not prepared to dive into the marijuana medical field. I was still new to CBD and had only the ideas and awareness from my previous experience in college. I mean the one and only time I smoked pot (the devil’s lettuce! 😊) I was in my early twenties; I was at a house party of a friend that is completely paralyzed, and he smoked because it calmed his muscle spasms. As I sat there taking a hit and passing it on, I felt gross. I am pretty sure that I literally put my head between my legs and prayed to the good lord to make it stop. I was paranoid and extremely uncomfortable; And if anyone asks, I give them the same story. I did not like how it made me feel and it made a very lasting impression.
Fast forward many years……Joey and I found ourselves with a son that we knew from an early age was “different” and I am okay using that word because that is exactly who he is. Noah beats to a different song. He has struggles that cause me to think, “man it must be really difficult living in his mind some days, well most days” Noah, now 15 years old, agrees that sometimes his OCD brain and his autism brain, and all the other acronym diagnosis that he is labeled with make it difficult, but he uses these terms to help him describe what is happening. I cannot go into claims that he makes about CBD because the powers that be will shut down the website and make it difficult to run our business. However, I will say that he loves the new 7-1 gummies and has used CBD for about four to five years. If you’d like to know more about that you’ll have to ask via another means. You know regulation! I am not saying regulation is bad, we need it, and it can make things difficult if you say the wrong thing or say things that have not been evaluated by the proper government officials. I will avoid making claims, even though we see some amazing results. I think at this juncture looking at reviews will give some idea as to what works and what doesn’t.