25 Idaho children to take part in cannabis oil program


Sean is a candidate for the Expanded Access Program where he would receive marijuana extract, free of charge, from a pharmaceutical company

Sean is a candidate for the Expanded Access Program where he would receive marijuana extract, free of charge, from a pharmaceutical company

BOISE – Cannabis oil will be used in Idaho to help some children suffering from persistent seizures. Gov. Otter signed an executive order in April allowing the very limited use of the drug, and that program is only a couple of weeks away from starting.

Twenty-five children will be selected to take part in the program and they will be those with the most severe cases of epilepsy. Neurologists will refer patients and the hope is that the medicine works and will lead to it becoming FDA approved.

Editor’s Note:  A good article with a video…worth the watch.

Source:  25 Idaho children to take part in cannabis oil program | KTVB

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