Chef and 'cannabis advocate' Pete Evans says he wants to grow his own marijuana garden

Chef and ‘cannabis advocate’ Pete Evans says he wants to grow his own marijuana garden and calls the drug the ‘most beautiful medicine in the world’

Celebrity chef Pete Evans has been very vocal about being a ‘cannabis advocate’.

And the 46-year-old has taken to social media yet again, going on a tirade about Australia’s ‘hold up’ on our ‘basic human right’ to grow marijuana in our gardens. 

The My Kitchen Rules star wrote that he wanted to grow his own marijuana garden and ‘admire its beauty’.

'Admiring its beauty': Chef and 'cannabis advocate' Pete Evans has said he wants to grow his own marijuana garden and calls the drug the 'most beautiful medicine in the world'

‘Admiring its beauty’: Chef and ‘cannabis advocate’ Pete Evans has said he wants to grow his own marijuana garden and calls the drug the ‘most beautiful medicine in the world’ 

 ‘We can grow the most beautiful medicine in the world,’ he said.

He added that he wanted to use his garden for ‘personal use’, including for ‘medicine’ or ‘even food’. 

After seeing an article on the American congress approving a Marijuana Legalization Bill, Pete questioned why Australia wasn’t being a ‘world leader’ and doing the same. 

‘So this is a happening in the USA….Australia what is the hold up?’ he wrote on Instagram.  

'Grow the most beautiful medicine in the world': Pete wants to 'cultivate a relationship' with cannabis and grow the plant at home

‘Grow the most beautiful medicine in the world’: Pete wants to ‘cultivate a relationship’ with cannabis and grow the plant at home

'So this is happening in the USA': After seeing an article on the American congress approving a Marijuana Legalization Bill, Pete questioned why Australia wasn't being a 'world leader' and doing the same

‘So this is happening in the USA’: After seeing an article on the American congress approving a Marijuana Legalization Bill, Pete questioned why Australia wasn’t being a ‘world leader’ and doing the same

Pete has been open about his personal marijuana use in the past, having first tried it as a teenager. 

He believes cannabis is ‘demonised as a dangerous gateway drug’.   

‘Not everyone needs or wants to get high off this plant, just like people have a choice when it comes to alcohol and other powerful substances, but that should not be the reason that we shouldn't be able to grow this wonderful plant in its most natural and beneficial way,’ he said in August. 

'Cannabis advocate' Pete asked Australia 'what's the hold up' as America moves towards legalising the drug

‘Cannabis advocate’ Pete asked Australia ‘what’s the hold up’ as America moves towards legalising the drug 

He said that individuals have the right to ‘grow [cannabis] for free at home and cultivate a relationship with it’. 

Pete has plans to release a pro-marijuana legalisation film called The Magic Plant later this year. 

He believes the film will be an ‘eye opener for many.’

‘There are so many benefits this plant can offer for individual health as well as for the planet,’ he said.  

 

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