GROUPS of mums host ‘Come Dine with Cannabis’ parties and believe marijuana use has made them better parents.
The Beverley Hills mums claim that taking pot helps to relieve medical problems and creates a relaxed environment in their houses.
Cannabis activist January Jones hopes to educate her young girl that there are benefits to smoking weed.
She sees no problem in smoking a bong outside her family home and reading her little daughter stories about marijuana.
One of the books she regularly reads is called It’s Just a Plant, which claims to ‘educate’ tots about the drug.
January insists that she wouldn’t be able to be such a good parent if it wasn’t for her pot use.
She explained: “With my early onset arthritis I wouldn’t even be able to pick up my daughter (without cannabis)...
“It makes me a more creative mum, a more relaxed mother.”
In the Beverley Hills cannabis club, many of the other parents support January’s claims.
Mum-of-two Cheryl Shuman regularly holds weed-themed dinner parties for the other mums.
In the controversial clip, she can be seen serving up cannabis laced mashed potato, cannabis-infused chicken and a weed-filled salad.
Cheryl also claims that her drug use helped get through her cancer diagnosis.
Unbelievably, the mum believes that 50 per cent of people will be using marijuana for medical purposes by the end of 2016.