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Tragedy Strikes Medical Marijuana Family

Haleigh Cox is a young girl with uncontrollable epilepsy who has found relief with medical marijuana. This past week her family’s home burnt down.

Aug 4, 2015 - HERB

Haleigh Cox is a young girl with uncontrollable epilepsy who has found relief with medical marijuana. This past week her family’s home burnt down.

Listen to her mother Janea, who is struggling to suppress tears, update us on the marijuana family’s status.

Despite receiving “support” from some diminishing the tragedy, saying “it’s just stuff”, Janea explains that with all the hospital visits and work caring for their daughter, their home was the one normalcy they had.

Medical marijuana is growing to be an increasingly prevalent treatment for children struggling with debilitating epilepsy, with new stories coming out all the time. If you’d like to support this marijuana family in their time of hardship, you can donate here.


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