Clarenda Stanley is a fifth-generation Black woman hemp farmer originally from Alabama’s Black Belt region. She is also the owner of newly rebranded Green Heffa Farms (GHF), a company that produces boutique quality hemp and herbs that are processed into premium botanical tea blends.
Founded on its 4Es guiding principles of Economic empowerment, Education, Environmental stewardship, and Equity, Green Heffa Farms is committed to building a cadre of women small farmers, with a focus on women of Black/African American descent.
GHF is also dedicated to putting out premium products while leveling the planting field for underrepresented farmers.
As one of few black woman-owned boutique medicinal plant farms, North Carolina and nationally, GHF recently launched Brenda’s Balm, the market’s first hemp flower + holy basil botanical tea blend.
This premium tea pairs certified organic hemp flower with sustainably-grown holy basil, known as the “Queen of Herbs”.
The result is a flavorful cannabinoid, terpene, and flavonoid-packed synergy that boosts your immune health while providing neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory benefits. Savor each sip of this balmy brew as it helps you deal with daily stress and promotes an overall sense of well-being.
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-Tony O. Lawson