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Hemp Derived CBD. Less than 0.3% THC.

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Hemp Derived CBD. Less than 0.3% THC.

Production takes place two weeks out of the month, between the new moon and the full moon. The sisters abstain from eating any animal products during this time, except for coffee creamer, which Sister Kate can’t resist. (“I have to do my penance at the end of every moon cycle,” she says.)

Should the e-commerce site match sales they reportedly got from Etsy, the sisters are on pace to earn between $400,000 and $500,000 this year. They’re also preparing to launch a wholesale pilot program with 25 retail stores. Sister Kate says most of the cash is reinvested in product to make larger batches. She still hasn’t recovered the $100,000 of her own money she invested to jumpstart the company.

Every obstacle possible seems to thrust its way into the sisters’ lives. Still, they pour their hearts into the business. They won’t quit until there’s a pair of sisters in every town across America.

A dash of Catholicism and a pinch of mysticism

Sitting in one of the home offices, a white-walled room that looks out into the backyard, Sister Kate rattles off the therapeutic effects of cannabis. Marijuana treats chronic pain, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and debilitating diseases such as Alzheimer’s, she says.

Still, customer reviews on the Sisters of the Valley’s Facebook page are generally positive.

Oils that are marketed as legal to ship across state lines are extracted from the hemp plant, not the marijuana plant. Both belong to the cannabis family, but marijuana contains CBD — a chemical compound that has been shown to have health benefits in some clinical studies — in much higher concentrations. Advocacy groups including the Drug Policy Alliance and Project CBD say the word “hemp” should raise a red flag for consumers.

“This is the Wild West,” Sister Darcy says from behind her laptop. “We’re not growing dandelions.”