Paula Walter wanted to help people, prop 215 was allowing her to give medicine directly to patients. Her background comes from her parents watching people dying from AIDS and distributing cannabis in the underground market. She decided to get involved while working as a trimmer and started making cookies for people, In 2008 she started Kind Creations making caps and giving them to anyone in need at no cost.
She then realized even though she was helping people she needed financial help, So she started taking donations to continue helping patients in need. Her company was at the forefront being one of the first CBD capsules to be available to the market.
The process the company takes to produce product uses low heat infusion, no chemicals no CO2 just the natural traditional herbalist way, whole plant style. She makes sure the whole plant goes into her product, terpenes, cannabinoids and everything that comes with developing product from the whole plant. They test 3 times before it ever goes to market.
Paula has done all of this on her own dime, she made it through pre 215, then post 64. Most brands could not make those transitions, between packaging, testing and distribution it created many hurdles for these companies to overcome. Paula has persevered.
She credits her ability to succeed in the ever daunting of gauntlet that cannabis brands have to run into… KARMA. She has focused on helping people and that has stayed consistent to this day, now she is ready to embark down the path of raising funds to take her brands product offering to the next level and I could not think of a better time for an amazing person who has an even more amazing company.