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Sisters Of The Valley: Fascinating Portraits Of Nuns Who Grow Marijuana


This fascinating series by photographers Shaughn Crawford and John DuBois tells the story of a group of nuns who spend their days harvesting weed. The “Sisters Of The Valley” grow weed according to the moon cycles to make various healing tonics and remedies. The sister’s produce a wide range of products that are meant to treat everything from back pain to arthritis and even scar tissue. Of course, all products are organic and pesticide free.

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