Video: Viral story of how nun sisters make Ksh110m by selling of bhang

A fascinating story of nuns from the United States who make north of Ksh110 million (USD1 million) every year managing in bhang has pricked Kenyans’ hearts.

The account of the nuns, who were seen transparently smoking the item that is as yet restricted in Kenya, was shared broadly across significant online entertainment stages.

file image of nun sisters at the bhang plantation

Known as sisters of the valley, the nuns’ gathering highly esteem developing cannabis in California and making restorative side-effects.

In a past narrative, the group of sisters disclosed that they fortified through the exchange of weed, which was sanctioned in the State of California in 1996.

Sisters of the valley at their pot manor in California.
Sisters of the valley at their pot manor in California.VARIETY
“We are a gathering of ladies who live respectively, cooperate and supplicate together. We develop marijuana. We are advocates for the marijuana plant,” expressed one of the sisters.

The nuns, who are not subsidiary with the Catholic Church, made sense of that they sell the items overall and utilize the returns to propel their activism work in supporting for the plant disliked by numerous state run administrations across the globe.

“Marijuana really has done a ton for us, for each individual sister here and it has united every one of us. We were fundamentally expendable ladies. The world couldn’t have cared less about us.

“Every single one of us has been destitute sooner or later in the new past. We have had a truly tough time. We have all been called by the plant since it has recuperated every single one of us or individuals we know,” she added.

The gathering was first set up in 2015 by one of its individuals known as Sister Kate who quit her corporate life and her marriage over hopeless contrasts.

As per the Ladbible, Sister Kate Meeusen figured out that her better half was a polygamist and taking from her. She then, at that point, escaped with her kids to begin cultivating pot which has restorative abilities to treat malignant growth.

“We could do without the white man rule. Ranch individuals are extremely delayed to adjust to groundbreaking thoughts. Individuals are trapped during the 1950s with their thoughts towards the weed plant for restorative use

“We have a 100% achievement rate in restoring individuals of their addictions. In fact we don’t have a colossal example size; we worked with eight individuals who were dependent on one or the other liquor, tobacco or meth, yet they all improved,” expressed Sister Kate.

Bhang use in Kenya is presently stylish after Presidential up-and-comer George Wajackoyah vowed to legitimize its commercialization of the substance and utilize its returns to settle Kenya’s unfamiliar obligation.