CBD Infused Massage Delivered to your Door!

The best Massage Therapists + CBD Oil= Total relaxation

Call (888) 787-MJMM to schedule a massage!

 We are Mary Jane's Mobile Massage and we offer outcall  Massage Therapy using CBD infused oil and lotion.  

Have you heard of CBD?





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 10a–9p, excluding holidays.

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Ready for your CBD massage?

Ready for your CBD massage?


Ready to book your session?  Call (888) 787-MJMM from 10a – 9p daily to schedule.

Currently we serve the greater Los Angeles area:   Bel Air, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Burbank, Century City, Culver City, Encino, Glendale, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Los Feliz, Malibu, Manhattan Beach, Marina Del Rey, Mar Vista, Pacific Palisades, Pasadena, Playa Del Rey, Playa Vista, Redondo Beach, Reseda, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Silverlake, South Pasadena, Studio City, Torrance, Venice, Westchester, West Hollywood, West Los Angeles, Westwood & Woodland Hills.   

If your city is not listed but you want us to come to your area next, please let us know by sending a request email to  

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Have some questions? We have answers!


What can I expect to feel from a CBD massage?  Will I feel "high"?

CBD has been shown to be non-psychoactive in numerous studies, meaning you will not feel "high" as people feel with THC.  CBD is a different chemical compound and interacts with receptors in the brain in a completely different way.  For  a more detailed and scientific explanation of how CBD affects the brain, please click on the following, brought to you by Project CBD:  IS CBD REALLY NON PSYCHOACTIVE?

Are there any negative side effects associated with CBD?

There are dozens of studies that prove the effectiveness of CBD and most of these studies conclude that the cannabinoid is safe and virtually free of side effects.

However if you are under a physician's care, you should ask your doctor if CBD use is right for you as it can inhibit hepatic drug metabolism and interact with a series of pharmaceuticals, as it inhibits the activity of some liver enzymes called cytochrome P450 (as does eating grapefruit if you are on certain meds).

Always ask your doctor!

Can you overdose on CBD?

CBD is shown to be non-toxic even at extreme doses of 700mg per day to 1,500mg per day. There is no known fatal overdose level for cannabis found among the decades of research on the topic.

Here is the exact wording from US Patent #6,630,507, held by The Department of Health and Human Services:

“No signs of toxicity or serious side effects have been observed following chronic administration of cannabidiol to healthy volunteers (Cunha et al., Pharmacology 21:175-185, 1980), even in large acute doses of 700 mg/day (Consroe et al., Pharmacol. Biochem. Behav. 40:701-708, 1991)”


What is the difference between industrial hemp and cannabis?

Industrial hemp has been grown and used in Europe for quite sometime and has virtually no traceable THC.  However is does contain CBD and in order to remain legal, until things change, we only use 


Do you do regular (non CBD) massages?

We sure do!  Mary Jane's Mobile Massage believes first and foremost that bodywork is extremely healing and we only work with top notch massage therapists.  Therefore we promise an excellent massage either way!


US Government holds a patent on Cannabinoids!

We all know the government has long denied any medical benefits from anything related to Cannabis.  So when a friend of mine told me that the US Government filed and holds a patent on Cannabinoids since 2003, I said 'NO! That can't be true."  But indeed it is.  This is from 


Just check out US Patent 6630507 titled “Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants” which is assigned to The United States of America, as represented by the Department of Health and Human Services.
The patent claims that –

“Cannabinoids have been found to have antioxidant properties, unrelated to NMDA receptor antagonism. This new found property makes cannabinoids useful in the treatment and prophylaxis of wide variety of oxidation associated diseases, such as ischemic, age-related, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases.The cannabinoids are found to have particular application as neuroprotectants, for example in limiting neurological damage following ischemic insults, such as stroke and trauma, or in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and HIV dementia.”

The patent was obtained in October of 2003.

Cannabinoids, for those who were wondering, are a group of chemical compounds found in marijuana that are also referred to as terpenophenolic compounds. One specific cannabinoid compound found in cannabis is tetrahydrocannabinol, more commonly known as THC. This substance gives marijuana its psychoactive effects.

The US government may hold this patent, but that will not stop their officials from consistently denying the benefits of medical marijuana. An FDA spokesperson, for instance, has claimed that “smoked marijuana has no currently accepted or proven medical use in the United States and is not an approved medical treatment.”I guess she didn’t get the memo.

It makes you wonder why the U.S. government is so unwilling to admit that marijuana has some valid medical properties. It seems unlikely that there is a popularity issue, especially when 60% of Americans believe that doctors should be allowed to prescribe marijuana. Maybe there are some lobbyists or bigwig campaign contributors that would get a little upset.

Since one part of the government applied for the patent of medical marijuana, and another part of the government approved that patent, it seems logical to conclude that the federal government knows that marijuana has some valid medical properties.

Now the hard part. How do we get them to admit it?