Saturday, June 6, 2020

Robin Romeo

Robin is a freelance writer and editor focusing on health and alternative medicine. She is a shamanic healing practitioner, teacher, attorney and published arbitrator who relied on both traditional and holistic medicine to successfully battle cancer. She then studied with the Q'ero shamans in Peru and became certified as a Light Body Healer by the Four Winds Society. In addition, she was trained at The Sacred Trust as a shamanic practioner in the Path of Pollen. Originally from New York, Robin now lives in Seattle with her partner.

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Science Explains How Marijuana Inspires Awe

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The Role Marijuana Legalization Can Play In Fighting Racial Injustice

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A Doctor’s Insight On Treating COVID With Cannabis

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