Medical Marijuana Now Used To Treat Cerebral Palsy In Michigan [Video]
With all the new discoveries with cannabis it's only a matter of time before it's federally recognized.
It's 2019 and weed is still illegal,(Kinda). While proposal 1 gave us some great options here in Michigan when it come to the use of recreation marijuana, the feds will still bust your head wide open. But with the continual support of marijuana and all the new applications that it's being used for. It's hard to knock the science.
The state’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs agreed this week to add cerebral palsy to a list of debilitating medical conditions approved for treatment with medical marijuana.
That brings the list of conditions that qualify patients for a medical marijuana card to 28. State officials also decided to deny a request to have Chronic Aggressive Behavior included on that last.