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Medicine-Making with Cannabis Hemp Plants: CBD, Moon Cycles & Spiritual Practices

with Sister Kate & Sisters of the Valley


One-Day Workshop in Two Days
Saturday & Sunday, December 4-5, 2021, 2:00 – 5:00 pm ET

Sister Kate is the founder of the Sisters of The Valley (non-Catholic nuns), an activist organization whose mission and servitude is dedicated to healing the world through plant-based medicine. And very much like their Beguine ancestors of the Middle Ages, they are scholars who work together, pray together and are dressed to identify their enclave. Their farmland is located in Central Valley, California. All organic products are hand-made by women, who follow a patent-pending Moon Cycle Medicine-Making process, and spiritual practices to care for the Earth; this includes following the guidance of Indigenous people who respect and can speak to the land and its needs.

Whether you live in a rural area or an urban setting, you can apply these methods when medicine-making from home. The medicine-making we will learn about is infused with safe, non-psychoactive (non-THC), and non-addictive cannabidiol (CBD), and can be used to heal yourself, family, friends or can be used to start a business of your own. You can learn to plant on land, in your apartment or on your windowsill.

We will start by making a CBD topical salve which includes preparing the space, performing a blessing of the hands (in order to manifest healing intentions); then learn to start, strain and mix essential oils with beeswax; and then pour, set and finish the salve.

Additional Medicine-Making: We Will Discuss with Recipes and One Demo.
(You will be given the 4 to 5 recipes and instructions for products described here to make on your own):

  • Making cannabis in concentrated form for gel caps, used by those fighting terminal illnesses; how to reach reliable gel cap vendors; how to prepare them and what the law says about CBD concentrations.
  • Mixing of oils – learn about sizes, potency and length of time to make; ingestion of oils; and how to make them without a concentrate.
  • The spiritual practice of using sage and Palo Santo in medicine-making, making sage bundles
  • How to make CBD tinctures, which are 100% effective in stopping seizures in people and in pets
  • Making mood-stabilizing mushroom coffee
  • Demo: Smoker’s Blend Tea – a blend of hemp plants used as a tea, used in cooking, and is not detectable during drug tests, as is often believed. We will combine it with salve and demonstrate the process of cleaning and shredding the tea.

What to Consider When Making Handmade CBD Products – Click HERE

Sister Kate will also speak about their mission and the importance of being transparent and the need to share their recipes to encourage more women around the world to grow and work with cannabis plants, as there is plenty of space now to develop CBD for shared healing and entrepreneurship, as the cannabis industry has become a very wide, deep and open field.

Note: You have the option to participate live in the medicine-making of the CBD salve and the Smoker’s Blend Tea formula. The materials fee is $43 for two bags of Smoker’s Blend Tea; the Blend Tea includes hemp (usually, one bag is $43). Your coupon code is opencenter at Welcome to Sisters of the Valley. You can also make the salve with the following supplies: your own hemp plant (if purchased Smoker’s Blend Tea, use this hemp), coconut oil, beeswax, optional essential oils, vitamin E oil, calendula oil (usually in olive oil base) and lavender or mint oil for scent. There will also be PowerPoint presentations, and a PDF will be given of the different products with their recipes.

Click HERE to Meet the Teacher: Sister Kate.

Note: This program will now be offered online. It will be recorded and shared with registrants after each online program for three months (90 days).


How would you describe the Sisterhood?

We are a new-age group of activist sisters, patterned after our Beguine and Native American ancestors.

What is the mission of the Sisterhood?

The Sisters of the Valley is a newly born, new-age group of Sisters whose fundamental mission is to get plant-based medicine into the hands of those in need — and to do that in a responsible and sustainable manner. The mission is supported by their founding principles, which are to honor Mother Earth and her intelligent plant, provide a valuable product to the people, empower other women to succeed and participate in peaceful progressive activism.

Learn more about the sisters and their mission HERE.


  • Prerequisites: N/A
  • Supplies list for the class: N/A
  • Zoom Software Requirements: This is an online course that requires Zoom webinar software. Zoom is easy to use. Click HERE to make sure your computer is set-up correctly

Sister Kate on The Divine Feminine Consciously Cultivating Cannabis Using Hemp

 WBAI’s Heart of Mind with Kathryn Davis featuring Sister Kate & Open Center programer, Aracely Brown

Medicine-Making with Cannabis Hemp Plants: CBD, Moon Cycles & Spiritual Practices

  • 2 Session(s)
  • Dec 04 2021 2:00 PM ET





Sister Kate was a consultant, who helped clients open businesses in newly deregulating industries around the world. But after a divorce, and as a newly single mother with three children, she was forced to give up this career and move to Central Valley, California.

Sister Quinn relocated from Vancouver, Canada, to the coast of California, where she later studied Economics at the University of California, Merced. Today, she works full-time as the User Experience Specialist for the University of California, in Merced and part-time for the Sisters on special projects. She has worked locally and in Silicon Valley in various marketing and technology roles.

Sister Sophia is from South Africa and later moved to the United States. She has an MBA from the University of Michigan and has extensive business experience. She joined the Sisters of the Valley in 2018. Today, she oversees a growing number of boutique stores around the world showcasing the Sisters’ CBD products.


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