LET'S GET TO KNOW EACH OTHER AGAIN
UNC IMO’S HOUSE OF CANNABIS is not just a TV show; it’s a revolution in conscious entertainment. Hosted by the charismatic 72-year-old Vietnam Veteran turned rapper, comedian, and influencer, Unc Imo, the show explores the profound connection between spirituality, the wonders of cannabis, and the power of personal growth.
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FOR THE PEOPLE
The House Of Cannabis is where like-minded individuals gather to explore the depths of their spirituality while enjoying the benefits of cannabis within a connected community. Through captivating conversations, inspiring testimonials, and thought-provoking insights, Unc Imo unveils the principle of God within oneself and how cannabis can enhance that connection.
TOGETHER WE CAN DO ALL
Virtual Vibe Time
21+ ONLY. Join Unc Imo (a.k.a Rev. Herb; Terry Brown) for a weekly elevated vibe seshion. The House of Cannabis’ virtual vibe seshions promises an unforgettable experience that ignites your mind and elevates your spirit. The the opportunity to immerse yourself in thought-provoking conversations, uproarious laughter, and a sense of community that celebrates personal growth through the wonders of cannabis.
VIBE TIME: 4:20pm PST
TERRY BROWN A-K-A: REV. HERB WITH THE WORD
ELEVATE AS ONE
EVENTS & GATHERINGS
The House Of Cannabis
WITH AN APPEARANCE BY UNC IMO
As a vendor, sponsor, or attendee of the House Of Cannabis you’ll have access to an open and informative platform designed specifically for enthusiasts, entrepreneurs, and industry professionals to gather, discover new products, share insights, and discuss the latest trends, innovations, and opportunities within the cannabis industry.
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GET TO KNOW UNC IMO'S JOURNEY
Discover The History
Before Terry Brown created several viral hit songs and became known as the 60-year-old rapper, he overcame the unthinkable in the Vietnam War. Over 300,000 US soldiers were wounded in Vietnam, but even more soldiers experienced wounds that cut deeper than the skin. For 50+ years, Terry Brown, also known as Unc Imo, has been on a mission to find four of his friends that were shipped off into the night in four different directions after a life-changing incident in Asia. To take another step toward finding the four soldiers and healing from the longest war in US history, Unc Imo has written a cinematic, comedic, and heartfelt book that vividly details his experiences of growing up in New Orleans, living in California, surviving the war, and overcoming obstacles post-war.