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Redefining Australia's relationship with cannabis


Despite the negative stigma, myths, and misinformation, millions of Australians have a healthy and positive relationship with cannabis - living successful, functional, healthy and happy lives!

I’m here to engage in contemporary, reasoned, holistic, and scientific conversations about this amazing plant. It’s time to move on from our superstitious prohibition and fully embrace the role that cannabis can play in our health and wellness!

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The world's most important plant


Not only is cannabis less addictive than coffee, and impossible to overdose on, it is also the most important and useful plant that we know of. From medicine and food, to paper and clothes, cannabis grows in most climates, requires no pesticides, and is the strongest natural fibre on earth.

It is a sustainable, zero-carbon footprint, superfood which uses about half as much water as cotton, and produces four times as much fibre per acre than timber.

Activism

Activism

Since the first days of prohibition, countless people - especially the poor and sick - have been the front-line casualties of the war on drugs. Cannabis prohibition has caused incalculable harm, and I will do everything in my power to stop it.

Re-education

Re-education

Using the leverage of social media and the power of video to engage my audience, I relish the chance to help people to discover the power and importance of cannabis. There is no greater reward than to hear that my videos have changed people's lives.

Wellness

Wellness

Experts and the latest health science continues to re-discover why for centuries, all around the world, cannabis has been an integral ingredient in our physical and mental health. It's not just about medicine, it's about wellness.

Australia, we need to talk


As the most popular illicit drug in the world, and a death toll of exactly zero, it’s easy to see why cannabis should be accepted as Australia’s recreational drug of choice. No carbs, no hangovers, no violence. Millions of Australians already have a healthy and positive relationship with this flower, but they are forced to conceal and feel ashamed because of the lingering social stigma, ongoing myths, and misinformation left unchallenged.

High, I'm Charlie


Miss Mary Jane is a public figure, educator, and activist for Australian drug law reform and cannabis education. She is a registered nurse, certified trainer and policy writer... but she stands on the shoulders of giants!

Charlie (her real name) is dedicated to removing the stigma of ‘stoners’ and changing the conversation around ‘marijuana’ to align with the science and culture of the 21st century. In 2016 she won Australia’s first cannabis innovation competition ‘Seedlings’ hosted by BuddingTech, and her online videos have been watched by more than 250,000 people.

Dedicated to the normalisation and legalisation of this misunderstood but amazing flower, she sees a blossoming future ahead where Australians embrace cannabis and it’s huge potential for health, and for the economy.

Shoulders of Giants


After 80 years of persecuting countless activists, ignoring the pleas of the sick and 'hippies', the world is finally starting to realise that they were right all along.

As science and sociology start to dispel the myths and fear of cannabis, I realise that we are all simply standing on the shoulders of giants - those who lived, and died, for the plant - and paved the way for modern legalisation.

Latest Videos


I create engaging and informative videos that can confidently be shared with family and friends.
Miss Mary Jane wants you to be empowered to take your cannabis conversations into the world!

Im Back!

I'm back! And I've got news.

November 7, 2017

I've been away, but I'm back, and I've got some big things coming soon! I've been to California, Colorado, Mardi Grass, and The Cannabis Cup!

Hemp as Food!

Hemp now legal as food!

April 28, 2017

Hemp has finally been approved as food in Australia for the first time in over 50 years! This legalisation movement is finally starting to snowball.

Im Back!

Australia, we need to have chat.

January 15, 2017

It's high time we end the war on weed. Here are the 7 main reasons why cannabis should be legalised, and the massive harms of prohibition.

  • “Why is marijuana against the law? It grows naturally upon our planet. Doesn’t the idea of making nature against the law seem to you a bit ... unnatural?”

    Bill Hicks

  • “I have always loved marijuana. It has been a source of joy and comfort to me for many years - and I still think of it as a basic staple of life.”

    Hunter S. Thompson

  • “If the words 'life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness' don’t include the right to experiment with your own consciousness, then the Declaration of Independence isn’t worth the hemp it was written on.”

    Terence McKenna

  • “The evidence is overwhelming that marijuana can relieve certain types of pain, nausea, vomiting and other symptoms. And it can do so with remarkable safety. Indeed, marijuana is less toxic than many of the drugs that physicians prescribe every day.”

    Joycelyn Elders, MD

  • “Prohibition has led to policies and enforcement practices that entrench discrimination and propagate human rights violations, contribute to violence-related criminal networks and deny people access to the interventions they need to improve their health”

    World Health Organisation

  • “The illegality of cannabis is outrageous, an impediment to full utilization of a drug which helps produce the serenity and insight, sensitivity and fellowship so desperately needed in this increasingly mad and dangerous world."

    Carl Sagan

  • “The only sensible approach is to legalise and regulate cannabis. The war on drugs has failed in its core aims to prevent people from using drugs, manufacturing drugs, and to put a stop to the crime, corruption and death that is taking place on an industrial scale around the world”

    Adam Smith Institute

  • “When I was a kid I inhaled frequently - That was the point.”

    Barack Obama

  • “I think people need to be educated to the fact that marijuana is not a drug. Marijuana is a flower - God put it here.”

    Willie Nelson

  • "Of course I know how to roll a joint."

    Martha Stewart

  • “Is marijuana addictive? Yes, in the sense that most of the really pleasant things in life are worth endlessly repeating.”

    Richard Neville

  • "It really puzzles me to see marijuana connected with narcotics... dope and all that crap. It's a thousand times better than whiskey - it's an assistant - a friend."

    Louis Armstrong

  • "Prison is for rapists, thieves, and murderers. If you lock someone up for smoking a plant that makes them happy, then you’re the fucking criminal."

    Joe Rogan

  • “It is beyond my comprehension that any humane person would withhold such a beneficial substance from people in such great need simply because others use it for different purposes.”

    Steven Gould

  • “I have found in my study of these patients that cannabis is really a safe, effective and non-toxic alternative to many standard medications.”

    Philip Denney, MD

  • “Why use up the forests which were centuries in the making and the mines which required ages to lay down, if we can get the equivalent of forest and mineral products in the annual growth of the hemp fields?”

    Henry Ford

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If you would like to work together, or have ideas of how we might be able to increase our reach, please get in touch. The best way to contact me is via Facebook.

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