Marijuana Saved My Life
The Kind Green has collected patients’ own stories about how Marijuana has saved their life. We hope that exposing these stories changes the negative connotations that still plague the Medical Marijuana community. We are scouring the internet, rummaging through news papers, and trying to find any published stories on Marijuana. If you’d like to submit you own, please send us a copy and we will happily publish your story!
MISSOULA, Mont. — A two-year-old boy who was given cannabis by his father while battling brain cancer was Wednesday unwittingly thrust into the debate about medical marijuana. Father Mike Hyde, from Missoula in Montana, told KXLY News last week how he fed marijuana to his son Cash Hyde to ease the pain. The story was making headlines worldwide Wednesday, stirring the debate over legalizing medical marijuana. But despite the sensation Cash’s father said he believed it saved his son’s life....read more
Alison Myrden lives with MS and a painful facial-muscle disorder. She writes, “My name is Alison and I am 45 years old, have Chronic Progressive MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS and Left-side TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA. “After symptoms dating back to Cheerleading in High School, I was finally diagnosed in October 1992 at the age of 28, back to the age of 13, with this puzzling disease. “Twelve years ago I had my most serious Exacerbation to date and lost full use of my body from the waist down. After many years...read more
Two-year-old Cash Hyde was given the drug to help ease debilitating symptoms as he battled a brain tumour and, according to his dad, it worked A two-year-old boy is one of over 50 under-18s being prescribed medical cannabis in one U.S. state alone. Toddler Cash Hyde, who lives in Montana, was given the drug to help ease debilitating symptoms as he battled a brain tumour and, according to his dad, it worked. ‘I believe that you know Cashy’s with us for a lot of reasons, one of them I would have...read more
Given the many challenges involved in raising an autistic child, parents are willing to try a variety of potential remedies, many of which are controversial and unproven. But one potential treatment that has gained attention recently is one that was controversial well before its first mention in connection with autism. “At first I did some research, and I found a doctor who actually had a protocol for medical marijuana in children diagnosed with autism,” Mieko Hester-Perez of...read more
Tim DaGiau will be the first to admit he smokes pot – but it’s not a casual joint to help him better enjoy Pink Floyd. It’s medical marijuana to help him live a normal life. Tim DaGiau after one of his many surgeries/submitted photo Prior to his first toke as a high school senior, this 22-year-old New Jersey native and current Colorado State University student was constantly struck with seizures and other side effects from epilepsy. Arizona’s November ballot will include a vote on the...read more