Our Mission

Mary Jane Services Network is here to support the growth, sustainability, and prosperity of cannabusinesses. 

We handle the documentation essential for licensing and provide the tools and resources required for long-term success in the ever-expanding cannabis industry. 


The Vision

Cannabis is coming out of the dark and into the light. Coming out of the dark of ignorance, stigma, and black markets; and rising into the light of science, education, and legalization. We are in the midst of creating a new world with an elevated cannabis culture, where we each have a greater awareness of our own wellbeing –and with cannabis– a heightened ability to take care of our individual health needs.

At Mary Jane Services Network, we are inspired to do our part to help cultivate this new world in which cannabis is respected as the source for health and wellbeing that it is, and in which the vast range of cannabis products are widely available to support a regular healthy lifestyle. After legalization, the first step towards this vision is for cannabusinesses to achieve local and state licensing for regulated cultivation, manufacturing, testing, and distribution of cannabis products. Our role at MJSN is to help make each licensing process manageable, clear, and successful so that the cannabis industry can prosper and our cannabis culture can thrive.

As we all continue to become educated on the beneficial properties and medical uses that cannabis has to offer, and as the cannabis industry continues to grow strong, together we are pioneering this new world of empowered businesses and empowered individuals, where it can be win-win for all. MJSN is thrilled to be doing our part to help make this vision a reality.

Our Story

My inspiration for creating Mary Jane Services Network, a support system for the medicinal and adult-use cannabis industry, arose from a medical situation in my family. In 2005 my Tio Lito, aka Uncle Lorenzo, had a failing liver and was in need of a liver transplant. He was getting treatment at UCLA and was on the waiting list to receive a new liver. Just as he was reaching dire condition, to our ecstatic relief, Tio Lito was finally awarded a liver.  The doctors performed testing on him to make sure everything was okay to proceed with his surgery. One of those tests turned out to actually be a drug test. 

For the months leading up to this point, Tio Lito had been using medicinal cannabis, which had been prescribed and medicinally administered by a medical practitioner, to help him through his chronic pain and nausea. When the UCLA doctors discovered cannabis in my uncle's system, they denied him the promised liver, allowing his body's system to continue failing. Less than a week later, Tio Lito's system did ultimately fail and he died. It was 2005, and although medicinal cannabis was legal in California via Prop 215, UCLA had a policy that they would not award organs to patients that were "drug users." This tragically misguided policy resulted in the death of my uncle. 

Out of this avoidable loss of my Tio Lito, plus the many stories we've learned about people in similar predicaments, the vision for Mary Jane Services Network was born: To play an essential role in making medicinal cannabis accessible for all who need it–– whether for the purpose of reliving people from pain, side effects from other medications, or for any other form of healing this remarkable plant provides. Cannabis is now legal in an increasing amount of states in the U.S. but now our crucial objective is to help cannabis cultivators, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers become compliant with local & state regulations and licensed for business, making cannabis truly accessible, as it should be, for all people in need of healing. 

~ Seana-Marie Sesma

    Founder of Mary Jane Services Network