Highly Sensitive with Rachel G.

Summary

This week we sat down with the lovely and intelligent, Rachel Grano of Mother’s Hemp.  Rachel is the type of woman we love to talk with because she keeps it 100% real, 100% of the time. Rachel opened up about her fibromyalgia, her small business, the importance of education, and the personal responsibility of advocating for causes that light your soul on fire. 

Follow along on Instagram and Facebook @havetheconvo and to order from Rachel visit getmothershemp.com

How are you holding up? As adults, we wear a lot of hats. This week’s guest, Rachel is no different. Rachel is a mother, wife, and business owner – listen as she explains how she is handling it all in the midst of a global pandemic.

The frustration patients feel when they don’t have answers is why we find it so important to “Have The Conversation” regarding opiates, plant-based care, and the vagueness of an auto-immune diagnosis.
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In the latest episode of HTC podcast, “Highly Sensitive with Rachel G., the ladies discuss Rachel’s Fibromyalgia diagnosis, the pain and discomfort a long day can bring, and how plant-based medicine was a game-changer for managing pain and inflammation.
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If you find yourself struggling with your own mental or physical health, we encourage you to reach out to people and places you trust. Remember no question or conversation is as uncomfortable as living a life in pain and discomfort.
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Be well.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

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