Sisters of the Valley CBD

Sisters of the Valley is a self formed new age order of women based in the Central Valley of California, USA.

The Sisters live, work and pray together and consider themselves as beguine revivalists with influences from the Indigenous Tribes of California. They are not affiliated to the Catholic church or any other man made religion. 

The spiritual women are on a mission to get plant based medicine into the hands of those in need and do this in a sustainable and responsible manner.

The Sisters wear the habit of their ancient mothers, to remind themselves daily and through meditation, to walk and live in a manner that would make their foremothers proud. 


They work their farm with compassion and respect to Mother Earth. They grow organic high CBD hemp plant and following moon cycle make homemade infused CBD oil which they ship all around the world. Their most popular product is the multi purpose balm.

Whilst referred to in the media as the weed nuns they prefer to be known as Sisters.

In 2017 the Sisters appeared on the ITV documentary Gone to Pot. 

They have also featured in national newspapers including The Daily Mail, Metro, Scottish Sun, Independent.

2018 sees the launch of the Sisters book and film 

Buy the Sisters of the Valley CBD with confidence. All products are lab tested (we provide the results with every product) 

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These products are not for use by or sale to persons under 18. These products should be used as directed on the label. It should not be used if pregnant or nursing. Consult with your GP if you have a serious medical condition or use prescription medications.  

Products are tested to prove plant content and potency and are non-psychoactive. 

Sisters of the Valley LTD and SOTV Distributors UK LTD make no claims about any of the products sold on this website. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent illness. 

The Sisters and their distributors are not healthcare professionals and always advise that you seek the advice of your GP before adding supplements to your diet