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Nuns who grow marijuana

***EXCLUSIVE*** Sister Kate Meeusen started the Sisters of the Valley in 2011 with just twelve plants, now it’s an international operation which garners $1.1 million USD in sales each year. The „Breaking Habits” film, directed by British filmmaker Rob Ryan, explores the history and sustained survival of the weed-growing nuns. „I’ve seen the film so many times I’m sick of it, I didn’t like it but everyone else likes it so I’m happy about that,” said Sister Kate, 60, who resides in Merced County, California with her community of sisters. The film explores how Sister Kate and her team have fought bitterly against „white man rule” including the obstructionist country sheriff and black market thieves. „We don’t like the white man rule,” said Sister Kate, who makes and sells CBD products such as salves and oils with her sisterhood. „Farm people are very slow to adapt to new ideas, people are stuck in the 1950s with their ideas towards the cannabis plant for medicinal use.” So far Sister Kate has attempted to cure eight people of addictions using her CBD products, and she says they have all recovered. „We have a 100 percent success rate in curing people of their addictions admittedly we don’t have a huge sample size, we worked with eight people who were addicted to either alcohol, tobacco or meth, but they all got better,” said Sister Kate, who used to work as a high-flying corporate executive before turning to weed farming.

We opened our marriage after my husband transitioned

***EXCLUSIVE*** VIDEO AVAILABLE CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND: A father and husband has now become a mother and wife after transitioning from male to female and having the support of her family throughout the process. Married couple Natalie and Shoko Woods have been together for 18 years but it wasn’t until mid-2016, after struggling with depression and anxiety for most of her life, when Natalie decided to come out as trans. Since coming out, she has undergone hormone therapy and three surgeries to aid her transition: facial feminisation, vocal feminisation, and sex reassignment surgery. Natalie told Barcroft Studios: ?I was raised as a male but I knew it was wrong. I found I was very uncomfortable with my body and the life that I was leading.

We share our apartment with a puma

***EXCLUSIVE*** VIDEO AVAILABLE, MOSCOW, RUSSIA: A married couple who share their city apartment with their pet puma say that they consider the big cat a part of their family. Sergey and Marina Ross, both aged 32, live with their 2-year-old mountain lion, Irma in their apartment in central Moscow. They adopted Irma from a zoo one year ago, after hearing that they intended to put her down because they could no longer afford to keep her. The big cat initially did not allow Sergey or Marina to touch her - but after months of adjusting to her new surroundings, she has eventually learned to love and trust them. Now, the couple have regular cuddles with the 38kg cat and Sergey says that he sometimes even sleeps next to her.

Stoners can now spread cannabis on toast after a company developed the world's first jam - made from MARIJUANA

***EXCLUSIVE*** Ganjam, which goes on sale tomorrow (Sat), is completely legal, despite being laced with cannabis. The strawberry and cannabis-flavoured jam contains hemp seed oil and tastes like distinctive smell of suspicious, hand-rolled cigarettes. The £9.99 jam is being sold exclusively by online retailer Firebox from tomorrow, which is a date celebrated around the world as a day to consume cannabis. Spokesperson Dan Farr said: "This delicious strawberry jam contains real hemp seed oil from the cannabis sativa plant - and that delightful crunch is none other than a gentle sprinkling of the seeds themselves, just like in a normal jam.  "This stuff can‚Äôt get you high as it contains no THC, the psychoactive compound in marijuana that can have an adverse effect on the brain. "On the contrary, this breakfast spread will have you feeling good. "Hemp seeds are exceptionally nutritious and rich in healthy fats, protein, and various minerals. "And we all know strawberries are good for your soul. It‚Äôs basically better for you than a salad."

These beautiful twin baby girls have never left hospital as they desperately need open heart surgery, but are not strong enough to be operated on

***EXCLUSIVE*** Tiny twins Natasha and Hermione Sutcliffe were born five months ago to devoted parents Matthew, 30, and wife Gemma, 32 but have a congenital heart condition, ventricular septal defect (VSD). Both parents knew there was a risk the twins could be born seriously ill, as Matthew’s family has a history of heart problems. But they never anticipated the heartache they are experiencing while Gemma stays in Dundee looking after their four other children, while Matthew is by the twins’ side in Glasgow.