Gwen Repetski hasn’t had a seizure since her marijuana oil treatment began
Thornhill father Alex Repetski had been breaking the law for almost a year by giving his three-year-old daughter marijuana oil to treat her epilepsy.
But, in a recent unanimous 7-0 decision, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that medical marijuana users should be able to choose their method of ingestion and that restricting them to the dried form infringed on their Charter rights. So patients can now consume marijuana in a range of ways and not just smoke it.
“It’s obviously a relief to not be doing anything illegal,” said Repetski, who gave the accused in the case, Owen Smith, a hug for being instrumental in making his daughter’s medicine legal.
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