Now that we have your attention, it’s true…Marie Myung-Ok Lee pushes marijuana on her 9-year-old son. She feeds the li’l guy weed-laced tea and cookies. Why, you ask? “Because he can’t figure out how to use a bong.”
Marie Myung-Ok Lee’s son, “J”, suffers from autism. Imagine the horrors of autism and watching your child suffer each day. Like Lee, you’d want to help any way possible, wouldn’t you? Sure, there’s all sorts of crazy ineffective pharmaceuticals with horrible side-effects available to help the li’l guy get through agonizing days and nights of chronic pain from an inflammatory bowel condition and a spinal cord operation. But, after trying Risperdal and a bunch of other pharmaceuticals to control J’s tantrums and pain to no avail, Lee, with her doctor’s support decided to go the all-natural route and treat her son’s condition with marijuana.
“My son J has autism,” says Lee of pot-friendly Rhode Island, a writer for DoubleX.com. “Since we started him on his “special tea,” J’s little face, which is sometimes a mask of pain, has softened. He smiles more. For the last year, his individual education plan at his special-needs school was full of blanks, recording “no progress” because he spent his whole day an irritated, frustrated mess. Now, April’s report shows real progress, including “two community outings with the absence of aggressions.”
Read Lee’s own encouraging words and the touching story of her pursuit to give her son, “J” a better quality of life with marijuana here: Why I Give my 9-year-old-pot.
It’s compassionate and enlightening stories that depict responsible medical marijuana use in real-world situations effectively treating debilitating medical conditions that flat out proves marijuana is safe medicine! It’s these stories that will bring an end to Reefer Madness!
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