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      Women of Cannabis: Mary Jane Gibson stays true to her name

      Actress, comedian, journalist, and co-host of the infamous Weed+Grub podcast Mary Jane Gibson has put Cannabis on the map and continues to do so with her impactful writing. She spreads the message of the benefits of Cannabis at High Times where she is the long time culture editor. She also writes exceptional articles that disclose the benefits of Cannabis to the public on Rolling Stone and Green Entrepreneur. Her presence is strongly felt on the podcast Weed+Grub alongside comedian Mike Glazer. Weed + Grub is about cannabis, comedy, cooking, culture, and calling shit out. Emmy-nominated comedian Mike Glazer and cannabis culture writer Mary Jane Gibson smoke, snack, and swap tales with celebrity guests like David Crosby, Rachael and Megan Rapinoe, Jim Belushi, Roxane Gay, Ron Funches, RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars winner Trixie Mattel, The Simpson’s Showrunner Bill Oakley, Montel Williams, celebrity chef Nikki Steward (Dave Chappelle, Migos, DJ Khaled), NBA star Al Harrington, Animaniacs creator Tom Ruegger and more.

      When asked for advice for budding cannapreneurs here’s what she had to say: "I've learned from the people who've fought to legalize cannabis for decades that we're all in this together. We need to keep working with compassion, openness, and honesty so that everyone can benefit—and profit from—this incredible plant that's brought me joy, unlocked my creativity, and given me a writing career. I hope industry leaders will listen to the cannabis community, and that we'll all celebrate federal legalization together soon."

      Without outspoken and bold women like Mary Jane Gibson we wouldn’t be where we are today on the Cannabis front. Her advocacy in the US seeps into the markets and minds in India, giving us a better chance at legalization & for that we are super grateful!

      Try out a wide range of relaxing and beneficial Cannabis products - from CBD products to hemp oil on our website and if you’re a woman, use code WMN10 to avail your 10% discount.

      Women of Cannabis: How CBD saved Stacy London

      Stacy London is an American stylist/fashion consultant, author, and magazine editor known primarily for her time as co-host on What Not to Wear, a reality television program that featured wardrobe and appearance makeovers. After graduating from Vassar College, London started her career as a fashion editor at Vogue and transitioned into being a stylist for celebrities and designers. She moved into television by co-hosting What Not to Wear with Clinton Kelly, and doing fashion reporting for Access Hollywood, The Early Show, and the Today Show. From 2009–2010, she was a celebrity spokesperson for Pantene, Woolite, Dr. Scholl's, and Riders by Lee. She co-owns Style for Hire and is the creative director of Westfield Style.

      Right off the bat, we know she’s an empowered woman or rather an ‘evolutionary woman’ as she calls it. “To not feel any relationship to those women that I see as women in their 50s means that we're headed in a new direction. Age is becoming more and more irrelevant. It needs to be redefined and looked at for women specifically because we've internalized so much of a male gaze that we don't even realize that our thoughts about ourselves aren't our own thoughts.” She says as she describes her book ‘The Evolutionary Woman’. She hasn’t been married or doesn’t have any kids and says she doesn’t feel 49 at all! With a free-spirited mindset like hers, it’s no surprise that she loves the evolutionary elixir CBD.

      “I had a really bad experience with surgery because I was on such an inhumane level of oxycontin. I was wearing a huge brace and terrified to leave the house.” She begins to describe why she turned to CBD. “I felt like I was floating over my body. I couldn't feel anything. I didn't really talk. Everybody thought I was fine because I was just like, “Mm-hmm.” I don't remember anybody I saw. I don't even remember who came to the hospital. I didn't ask for water or food. Everybody just assumed I had eaten or had something to drink. I was just like a vegetable.” She adds. In the quest to get off the harmful Oxytocin that doctors were pumping into her, she turned to CBD.

      “The thing is, CBD does not take away pain completely, which is a godsend because you can't hurt yourself if you feel some pain when you try to do something. So it kept the edge off the pain but kept me alert enough not to fall down the stairs. I understand why, if you are having real emotional turmoil, you would want to feel nothing. Painkillers just deaden everything. But I hate them, so this was a revelation to me. The recuperation was so hard but I know it would’ve been much harder without it.” She elaborates.

      What an inspiring story! Truly warms the heart to see someone benefit so greatly from CBD. It’s still women’s month, so if you want to get started on your journey or know someone who needs it, use our code WMN10 and get started right away!