A group of nuns are raking in 1 million dollars a year after turning a convent into a world cannabis operation.
Sister Kate Meeusen, 60, started the Sisters of the Valley in California's Merced County in 2011 with just 12 plants.
Today, the business is flourishing and therefore the community of nuns have high hopes of expanding their medicinal marijuana empire.
The nuns use their cannabidiol (CBD) products, which include salves and oils, to treat everything from epilepsy to cancer – and claim to possess thus far cured eight people of addictions.
Business Insider calls the Sisters of the Valley nuns "the most talked-about women in the pot business."