Kelly Csada opened a medical marijuana dispensary in Regina on Monday to help people like herself.
Since 1990, Csada has suffered from Crohn’s disease. Over the years, she has had 18 feet of her small intestine removed, five bowel resections and been prescribed numerous potent medications, including fentanyl, oxycontin and morphine.
In researching alternatives to narcotics, she learned about Phoenix tears oil — a concentrated form of the cannabis plant.
“I couldn’t find it and I had people offer to make it for me, but I said, ‘No. I put so much medication into my body.’ I wanted to make sure that what I was getting was clean and pure.’ ”
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