a “glitch” in reviewing his California medical marijuana law could lead producers like “Valle Sisters” without a crop established.
sister and sister Kate Darcy are on a mission to share healing benefits of cannabis with the world -. That is, if your business does not first turn off
Reports Reuters , non-religious – but spiritual – sisters have been growing and selling marijuana for medicinal purposes in Merced, California (where legal) for three years. Unfortunately, your business is at risk from the City issued a Merced temporary ban in marijuana cultivation after a 6-0 vote, on January 4, 2016.
reportedly, the change is an effect of a “drafting error” in reviewing his California medical marijuana law. While medical marijuana was legalized in the state for almost twenty years, a loophole in the Regulation of Safety and Medical Marijuana Act, which was passed in October 2015, dozens of municipalities of CA is given the opportunity to prohibit various aspects of cannabis cultivation.
Because of this, the sisters are understandably frustrated by the resistance of the public to allow recognized cure for cancer.
“It’s frustrating for me because there are all these people with a negative attitude toward something that is truly a gift from God,” sister Darcey said ABC News.
business nuns sisters Valley sells medicinal ointments High quality, tonics, tinctures and Etsy. Its products, which have independently certified as organic, are high in CBD , or cannabidiol, a compound of cannabis has been shown to have important health benefits, and low in THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, better known component of cannabis with psychoactive properties.
According to Sister Kate, the medicines produced based on “ancient ritual” of converting their tinctures of cannabis every morning and evening, tinctures bottled only during a full moon and say a prayer of healing through each bottle and jar before it is sold moon, reports EcoWatch.
“We oil CBD, which removes seizures and a million things,” said Kate’s sister ABC News . “It is very high demand for cancer patients at this time. And we make an ointment is a polyvalent balm, but we realized that cures migraines, hangovers, earaches, toothaches and diaper rash. “
His Etsy sites actions ointment is made from cannabis Trim, coconut oil, vitamin E, lavender oil, calendula oil, and wax bees.
The drugs do not come cheap, however. Two fluid ounces (400 mg) of oil CDB made by the cycles of the moon and is used for pain relief, patients costs $ 85.15, not including shipping, through its Etsy page.
Valley sisters hope their products will remain legal medicinal cannabis in Merced pic.twitter.com/9XaLghXrRB
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Regardless, I hope to continue healing the sick with “Medicine God” legally , therefore, they are asking to stop the ban.
“Embrace, regular, and taxes, that’s all we want to do,” sister Kate said.
The future of the company is clear and that the City of Mercer meets this week to consider banning all cultivation of marijuana in the area. The council must now decide whether to follow these recommendations, go with a total ban , or adopt something in between.
However, the point may be moot soon. According to Merced City Councilman Kevin Blake, it is expected that recreational marijuana to be on the statewide ballot in November.
See below how the sisters make ointments during the winter solstice moon:
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