Some of us come to the power of plant medicine relatively late in life (me for example), while others are practically born into an appreciation of their medicinal benefits.
Sarah Russo falls into the latter category. As the daughter of respected cannabinoid researcher and neurologist Dr Ethan Russo, since being a child she has shared his fascination with all things botanical.
For over a decade, Sarah was involved with pushing for a change in cannabis legislation in the US, and was very much involved in the formative years of Project CBD.
Now living in Ibiza, Spain, Sarah's vision of plant medicine extends well beyond the cannabis plant, and is why she has written the graphic novel, Herbs for the Apocalypse: where plants and punk rock collide in a tale of apocalyptic reckoning.
Check out the fantastic website that accompanies the book, which seeks to empower us 'by delving deep into the realms of how herbal medicine can heal and bring us closer to our higher collective evolution.'
For more information and to find out how to get hold of the graphic novel go to:
Check out Dr Ethan Russo's fantastic podcast episode explaining clinical endocannabinoid deficiency