As a child, Sarah Marsh was abandoned and hidden in the forest by her parents before they were captured by the notorious Smokers Syndicate, a group that sought to control the world's cannabis supply for their own profit.
Alone and vulnerable, young Sarah was forced to survive in the wilderness, relying on her wits and innate survival skills to make it through each day.
One day, while foraging for food, Sarah stumbled upon a hidden grove of cannabis plants. As she approached the plants, she noticed a strange energy emanating from them. Instinctively, she reached out and touched one of the plants, and was suddenly infused with a powerful surge of energy.
From that moment on, Sarah knew that her destiny was intertwined with the cannabis plant. She spent years studying and mastering the art of cannabis cultivation, learning how to harness its power and use it to heal, protect, and empower others.
Over time, Sarah became a symbol of hope and freedom for all those who sought to use cannabis for its healing properties. She fought against the Smokers Syndicate and other forces that sought to control the plant, using her powers to protect those who needed it most.
Today, Sarah is better known as The Green Goddess a beloved figure in the cannabis community, revered for her strength, courage, and unwavering commitment to justice. Her legacy lives on, inspiring generations of young female activists and advocates who continue to fight for the right to use cannabis freely and without fear.