Key decision

Lynn Key founded Nature’s Key edibles after viewing the film version of The Secret.

Lynn Key is the founder and owner of Nature’s Key, an Oklahoma City THC edibles company. | Photo Alexa Ace

Lynn Key learned the secrets to cannabis baking and maybe the secret to life along the way.

As Key was bringing an end to one chapter in her life, she opened another door. She credits an ancient mystical law for bringing her to the place she is now.

On April 18, 2017, Key’s washer broke. She stayed home from work to get it fixed. The repairman referred her to Neville Goddard, and another friend referred her to The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. Both lean heavily on the Hermetic “law of attraction,” a belief that thoughts manifest reality.

 


So, yeah, at 63 years old,  I finally know what

I’m going to be when I grow up.

—Lynn Key


“I watched the movie The Secret after that, and I realized, ‘Okay, this shit is true. I can do this,’” Key said. “So that’s when I decided that I wanted to be paid for being me and I wanted a new Subaru and I wanted to have unlimited pot for the rest of my life, and so, pretty much, it all came true. I walked into my boss’s office the next day and gave my six-month notice and said, ‘I’m going to leave and retire in six months. I don’t know what I’m going to do.’

“January 1st comes along, and I’m still there. It’s like, you know what? Something’s happening; I don’t know what it is because I hadn’t even had an LLC yet. I didn’t get my LLC till January 31st of last year, so I didn’t even know what I was going to do, and then everything started opening up and what I started learning, the more I learned about the law of attraction, people like to say things like, ‘Don’t take the easy way; take the right way.’ Well, what I’ve learned about the law of attraction is if you have resistance, you’re going down the wrong path.”

After selling Young Living oils for a while, she eventually came around to a hobby she had had her entire life.

“For years and years and years, I made brownies for people that had cancer,” Key said. “I didn’t charge for them. I would charge them for the cost of the marijuana. That was it. But I wouldn’t charge for my services. I wouldn’t charge for anything that we put in the brownies or anything. I figured that this was God’s will. He gave us a plant that we can build with, make paper with, make a car out of, fuel our cars. It will take care of even our environment, and we make it illegal based on opinion. It came when everything looked like it was falling apart. But what I’ve learned is when it looks like it’s falling apart, it’s really pulling together. It’s falling apart so it can come together. So, yeah, at 63 years old, I finally know what I’m going to be when I grow up.”

Key’s products through her edibles manufacturing company, Nature’s Key THC Edibles, are now available in over 300 dispensaries across the state.

“It’s liberating, especially to be my age and to have done this since a teenager and all of a sudden, it’s like I’m not stashing everything anymore,” she said. “My husband is the president of my motorcycle riding club, and there were police that were members. They’d get the riding club together and I’m stashing all my stuff, you know? And now it’s like I can finally live the life I’ve always lived legally. This amazing product could solve so many problems, but there’s no money in it for the pharmaceutical companies, so we’re not getting that; we’re not getting the cures that we need. So now it’s come to companies like me to find that. And I’m not a scientist. So how crazy is that? I don’t even have wild dreams. Well, today, I’m about to perform one of my wildest dreams. So I am buying my husband a 2019 Harley-Davidson today as a surprise. … We’re starting to make a profit. I got a raise Friday. That’s why he’s getting a bike. I had to borrow the money; don’t get me wrong. But I know I can make the payment.”

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