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The Sisters also make other pain-relieving products, but their go-to and most sought-after product is by far their CBD topical salve. And now, thanks to new popularity, Global Newswire announced that the sisterhood will teach students how to make the salve on their own.
Sisters of the Valley are non-Catholic nuns and an activist organization on a mission to serve healing through plant-based medicine. Like their Beguine ancestors from the Middle Ages, the Sisters of the Valley are scholars who work together, pray together, and wear specific attires to reflect their enclave. The group resides on the farmland in Central Valley, California.
During the classes, students can create a mini-batch with the Sisters of the Valley. The dates for the upcoming classes are Saturday and Sunday, December 4-5, 2021, 2:00 – 5:00 pm ET.
The products sold and produced by Sisters of the Valley are all handmade by women who abide by a patent-pending Moon Cycle Medicine Making process. They also follow spiritual practices to tend to the Earth, like following the guidance of Indigenous people known for respecting the land and speaking to its needs.
The sisterhood’s medicine is formulated with non-psychoactive THC and non-addictive CBD. These medicines are used to heal, mitigate pain and have inspired many to start their plant-based medicine businesses. At the classes, founder Sister Kate will discuss the sisterhood’s mission and the importance of transparency, which will hopefully pique other women’s interest in working with cannabis plants around the globe.
To make the sisterhood’s infamous topical salve, one needs to prepare the space and perform blessings of the hands to manifest healing intentions. They will then cook the plant in coconut oil, strain it, add essential oils of their choice, and top it off with beeswax before pouring it into jars.
The Sisters of the Valley via Open Center have given us a rundown of what to consider when making their handmade CBD salve.
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