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Hemp Derived CBD. Less than 0.3% THC.

Oils that are marketed as legal to ship across state lines are extracted from the hemp plant, not the marijuana plant. Both belong to the cannabis family, but marijuana contains CBD — a chemical compound that has been shown to have health benefits in some clinical studies — in much higher concentrations. Advocacy groups including the Drug Policy Alliance and Project CBD say the word “hemp” should raise a red flag for consumers.

“The first question we ask someone who is interested in joining the order is, ‘Have you ever shamed anyone for using cannabis?'” Sister Kate says. “And so far, five of six [women] I’ve spoken to since the first of the year were horrified by the question. ‘Why would I do that?’ That’s the kind of response we’re looking for.”

A healing plant

“Anyone who lists an item for sale on Etsy agrees to follow all applicable laws and follow our policies. Our policies do not allow drugs, drug paraphernalia, or listings that contain medical drug claims, to be sold on Etsy,” a spokeswoman for Etsy told Tech Insider in an email.

In an email, Sister Kate distanced herself from what she called “snake oil salesmen,” adding that the Sisters’ website is transparent about potency. The oil and tincture both contain 500 milligrams of CBD, which is about the equivalent of one pre-rolled joint. At $95 a pop, that might not get a patient very far. The Mayo Clinic, for example, suggests 200 to 300 milligrams of CBD daily to treat epilepsy in adults, though further testing is required.

Every obstacle possible seems to thrust its way into the sisters’ lives. Still, they pour their hearts into the business. They won’t quit until there’s a pair of sisters in every town across America.

All products can be shipped Worldwide from their farms in California.

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