Zachary Keeney

Executive Director

A Little Bit About Zak…

My friends call me “Zak Attack”. I grew up in Orlando, Florida where I have lived most of my life.

I played many different sports throughout my childhood and was a top nationally ranked tennis player for 13 years, until the age of 17. After graduating high school at the ripe old age of 17, my focus turned to nutrition, fitness and business; as I made my way through college at the University of Central Florida & into the business world.

What most don’t know about me is that I was diagnosed with Pituitary Dwarfism at the age of 12. Though the exact cause remains unknown, the evidence points to a steroidal nasal spray given to me by my doctor , around the age of 5, for frequent sinus infections.

What was thought to be hormone issues specific to the pituitary gland, was later diagnosed (at the age of 17) as Narcolepsy, in addition, which affects 1 in 2,000 Americans currently. Narcolepsy is rooted in the Hypothalamus (master gland) and therefore, affects a plethora of bodily functions, including the pituitary gland (hence the pituitary dwarfism). 

Understanding Narcolepsy & the root cause of my struggles throughout childhood led me to study hormones, nutrition & fitness for more than a decade now.

Throughout my “search for the cure” & in my research over the last 10+ years, trying just about every prescription pharmaceutical (and some odd essential oil remedies) doctors threw at me, I stumbled upon CBD as it rose into the limelight in early 2018. Subsequently, it has been a major contributing factor in changing my life for the better & given me NATURAL relief from a condition that keeps most from living a truly enjoyable life.

Most importantly & above all, I am BLESSED with an amazing wife, Blair, and a beautiful baby girl, Zara. Almost all my time outside of work is spent with them and I could not be more grateful for their love & support!

Cannabidiol Life Zak and Zara Zachary Keeney

Zak’s FAVORITE QUOTE:

You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of

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-Plato (428 BC - 348 BC), Greek philosopher

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