I Shouldn’t Be Criminalised for Using Cannabis to Ease My Constant Pain

A new UK bill could give hope to millions of people suffering unnecessarily, allowing them to choose their medical path. For much of my adult life I’ve had to rise each morning and battle multiple sclerosis. Sometimes it’s a thankless task – my legs scissored together, locked in spasm as I fight to break free of its stranglehold. I’m convinced cannabis has allowed me to live more of a normal life than would have been…

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Author: James Coke, The Guardian