THE mother of a boy who suffers up to 300 seizures a day fears her son may be forced to have surgery because she cannot get medical cannabis for him.
The thought of giving Mom some weed for Mother’s Day wouldn’t have entered our minds a few years ago, and for some of you, it never will.
A Pennsylvania father is making history, becoming the first parent in the state to treat his daughter’s autism with medical marijuana. He hopes it will help her live a normal life.
A Brisbane man wants a public inquest into the death of his nine-year-old daughter, saying she died prematurely because she was repeatedly denied access to medicinal cannabis.
When I was pregnant with my daughter almost three years ago, many people assumed I would stop living my cannabis lifestyle because I was about to become a mom.
Cherie Rineker, a terminally ill cancer patient, tried marijuana to ease her pain and vomiting.
FOR Rozanne Burley, medicinal cannabis was a saviour for her 16-year-old son Adam.
The mother of a six-year-old girl with a catastrophic form of epilepsy says she is overjoyed at a government report recommending that medicinal cannabis is made available to patients with specified medical conditions.
Despite research showing cannabidiol can help people suffering with depression, anxiety and epilepsy, doctors are unwilling to prescribe it for children.
Three years ago, during the darkest time of her life, Airdrie mom Sarah Wilkinson told her two sons to say their goodbyes to their ailing sister Mia.