The future looks bright with
GEN-Z on the rise.


Born between 1996 and 2010, GEN-Z is the first generation in recorded history
to NOT know life without the internet. The ubiquitous influence of technology,
namely smart devices, social media and the internet itself,
earns them the moniker “Digital Natives.”


Clearly there are many benefits to the digital technologies our society has created. For example GEN-Z loves social media; they benefit greatly from it, but no one prepared them for the consequences involved. While many in this generation are falling victim to things like “addiction to technology”– and to the almost insurmountable “social pressures” they face on a daily basis designed to exact “social conformity”– others are figuring out how to navigate the oppression and transform the underlying fear. Social envy, identity crisis, high anxiety, clinical depression, attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD), just to name a few, are all at their highest levels in recored history. However, GEN-Z is NOT waiting around for someone to tell them what to do. They seem totally capable of dealing with these issues head-on. See examples below:

Early Signs of High Intelligence

GEN-Z is demonstrating advanced levels of intelligence across the board.
Also, for some time now, they have been publicly declaring that they intend to solve some of the world’s biggest problems. They have our support! Here are two astonishing examples of the high level of intelligence and creativity emerging through this remarkable generation– one classic and one playful.

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Wisdom Beyond Their Years

For a generation born into a digital world with mind-numbing pressures to conform,
GEN-Z is remarkably mature. Hear Madi and Emily’s astute TED TALKs’
on going from fear to positive change .

Harmonious Remedies

Natural solutions to help relieve the pressures, stresses
and negative effects of an upside down world.

Is Hemp Safe For Kids?

The World Health Organization declared CBD non-addictive, writing, “In humans, CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential.” Teens and young adults are using CBD as a homeopathic remedy and boosting productivity.