For over 20 years I have enjoyed cannabis but, while I have always wanted to grow my own cannabis at home, I always assumed it would be too expensive and far too complicated. I watched other people growing and the process just seemed too complex, with all the nutrient regimens, over-watering, under-watering, temperature issues, humidity, CO2, and other factors one had to control.
Plus, there was a wide array of required equipment that I knew nothing about, on top of trying to figure out where I would hide a big, ugly tent filled with plants. So it was just a pipedream of mine for years. Then one day I got a call from a long-time business associate of mine, Vincent Bitetti. We worked together in the tech industry for years.
A veteran grower and botany expert, he had invented a home grow system that was more than just hardware – it was an entirely re-imagined grow process. All it required was that you watered your plants once a day, just as you would a houseplant. “I can handle that!” I thought to myself. Even better, it had a small 2-foot square footprint and was designed to look like the furniture to fly under the radar, and it emitted no smell! A discreet, stealth grow box that you can stick in the corner of any room? I was sold! We built a prototype and I gave it a whirl. I was nervous the first time we set out to cultivate a crop because I had no intention of growing low-grade bud: I wanted to grow only the best. I had standards after all.
The results blew me away! It was fast and easy, and it yielded six ounces of amazing Blueberry Bliss in sixty-five days. It was so clean and fresh! No pesticides, no mold, properly dried and cured. It was utterly amazing! That was four years ago, and I have never looked back. We have taken our system to market with Green Goddess Supply and have shipped over 600 units of the Armoire so far. We’re on a mission to empower everyone to grow their own clean organic flower at home, and so our handson “Concierge Support Service” will be there for you every step of the way.
“We believe that medicine shouldn’t just be for those who can afford it!” —Eric G. Robichaud, CEO of Green Goddess