Watering plants, trimming flowers, concocting healing ointments — it’s all in a day’s work for the Sisters of the Valley.
We know that cannabis is a female plant and perhaps this is the reason women seem to form an inexplicably deep bond with her. The legalization movement has empowered countless female entrepreneurs — women hold 36% of executive positions in the cannabis industry compared to the U.S. Business average of 22%.
One of the many women-powered businesses that have blossomed out of cannabis legalization is Sisters of the Valley, located in Merced, California in the heart of the West Coast’s fertile farmlands.
Seven devoted women make up the Sisters of the Valley, each one exceedingly passionate about the healing properties of cannabis. Their mission is to eradicate the negative stigma surrounding cannabis and create jobs for women who are equally passionate about the plant’s healing abilities. They cultivate strains high in CBD, which they refer to as their Holy Trinity.
The Sisters use their homegrown CBD to create salves, tinctures, and ointments they have seen help with a wide variety of ailments…