“The future of access for women, the future of medical cannabis, I think, lies in ensuring that we have a voice and we share our experiences.”
Ashleigh Brown found little relief from epilepsy in traditional medicine.
In the summer of 2016, Brown was going on seven years of experiencing up to 180 seizures a month when a friend suggested she try something unconventional.
Brown’s friend was treating some of her symptoms of Lyme disease with CBD oil and she wanted her to give it a chance. While Brown was initially dismissive, her friend told her to forget what she knew about marijuana and to think of the oil as medication, rather than recreation.
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