Pam, 58 – Missoula, MT
Back in 2007, Pam had a rapid series of injuries and failed surgeries to both her knees after suffering a workplace accident.
She developed muscular fibrosis, which, over time, permanently stiffened her legs and causes her constant, intense pain. Pam, once passionately active, found herself needing a wheelchair and struggling to cope with her handicap and the anger and depression that came with it.
Cannabis helps her significantly with virtually all of her symptoms – pain, nausea, appetite, and sleeplessness. It also helps her cope with the anger and depression.
“Cannabis is essential for my quality of life.”
Jake, 20 – Ronan, MT
Autism, Epilepsy, Crohn’s Disease, Diabetes
Jake’s father, Rich was running out of options. They had tried every pharmaceutical doctors had recommended to control Jakes outbursts but none helped – some even made things worse.
So Rich researched cannabis as a last resort option, “We wanted him to be able to function, to enjoy his life. My wife was hesitant until we administered the first dose”. That was a day they will never forget – “ He smiled, he was happy. The difference was obvious,” said his father. From that day forward, they both became vocal advocates of cannabis therapy. “ We began telling other parents struggling with Autistic children in our church and on social media groups to try cannabis. We are thankful everyday that a god given plant can help our son.”