A Charlottetown woman who’s licensed to use medical marijuana wants to start a support group for others using the medicinal herb.
Kat Murphy received permission from Health Canada seven years ago to possess marijuana for pain relief from Crohn’s disease, a condition that affects the digestive system.
Murphy said it took three years of cutting through red tape before she got her licence.
“I don’t take any prescription drugs for Crohn’s now. I don’t take steroids. I control it through diet and herbs that are anti-inflammatories,” said Murphy.
Now she said she’s helping others see the benefits of medical marijuana.
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