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Yoga Teacher to Cannabis Drink Founder: Botanic Lab Founder Rebekah Hall - Part 1

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Stereotypically we are told to follow a route that we know well, whatever that may be - follow logic, it's the right thing to do and the path you know well. Rebekah Hall went completely agains't this idea when she Founded Botanic Lab a beverage company that "do something" which also has the accolade of bringing the first Cannabis beverage drink to the market in Europe. She started the brand from scratch without any knowledge of consumer products or drugs for that matter but her passion, desire and willingness to never give up is the reason why her company is in the position it is today. Pretty good going from the Yoga teacher who wanted to be an American Footballer when she was 8. Get ready to be Inspired.

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