Robyn Griggs Lawrence is sharing the tremendous health and wellness benefits of cannabis with the world. She envisions a world in which cannabis grows freely and organically everywhere and no one is ever persecuted or imprisoned for possessing this sacred plant. Lawrence first helped introduce sustainable lifestyles and healthy homes to mainstream America with Natural Home magazine and explored the Japanese art of finding beauty in imperfection with The Wabi-Sabi House (2004) and Simply Imperfect: Revisiting the Wabi-Sabi House (2011). Her new mission is to educate people about how to safely prepare and imbibe sustainably grown cannabis for health and wellbeing through The Cannabis Kitchen Cookbook, a collection of advice and recipes from America’s top cannabis chefs, as well as an online cannabis cooking course through Green Flower Media. Lawrence also conducts workshops and educational events on safe cannabis selection, preparation and consumption.
Lawrence was editor-in-chief of Natural Home from 1999 until 2011 and also has been an editor with Mother Earth News, Organic Spa, Mountain Living and The Herb Companion magazines and run successful blogs on Huffington Post and Care2.com. A board member for The Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems in Austin, Texas, and an advisory board member for the Healthy House Institute, Lawrence has been featured in The New York Times, Time magazine, USA Today, on CNN and in top-tier newspapers, magazines and TV programs worldwide. A certified yoga instructor, Lawrence also co-authored the e-book 7 Steps to a Safe, Nurturing Nursery, with Dr. Frank Lipman, M.D.
Lawrence, the editor-in-chief for Cosmic Sister, is also a recipient of a Cosmic Sister Plant Spirit Grant. Lawrence participated in The Blue Morpho Foundation’s first cannabis ceremony in Colorado in 2014.
Learn more at www.robyngriggslawrence.com.