“My struggle with addiction has led me to a life of passion for helping our society using traditional cultural herbs, kratom and cannabis”
Adam Hull was born and raised in Midwest City, Oklahoma. He attended Midwest City High School and was part of many clubs and organizations in the Midwest City community. Adam was an avid soccer player and sports fan, playing in competitive and school leagues, as well as becoming part of many athletic support groups at Midwest City High School. Adam has completed many mission trips to the New Orleans area during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina with his local youth ministry organization and help rebuild homes, businesses and churches.
After high school, Adam studied religion at Oklahoma City University, during which he started to gravitate more towards business and administration. After his time at OCU, Adam decided to try sales and business administration as a young individual. Working for corporate dealerships, Sprint, US Cellular and AT&T, Adam learned and worked his way through the retail and commission based sales, customer service, management and administration parts of business.
In 2016, Adam was afforded the opportunity and founded Artisan Botanicals in Midwest City, Oklahoma. Since then, Artisan Botanicals has become the #1 kratom and pharmacist formulated CBD provider for the state of Oklahoma. He has since won the NextGen Under 30 award for his business in 2018 and partnered with Don Swift and his brother-in-law, Andrew Theiss, to create NextGen Talks Oklahoma. Adam is focusing on working with state political and business leaders to bring oversight and regulation to the kratom industry at the state level as well as raise awareness for the plant’s amazing quality of life benefits, giving people additional medicinal herb options and a choice.
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