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The parents of an 11-year-old boy have turned to medical marijuana in a desperate effort to help their son’s severe autism.

By the time he was 5, Alex was experiencing intense, self-directed rage, hitting his head against a wall and beating himself bloody.

His parents turned to a controversial treatment — medical marijuana.

Within months, there was dramatic improvement.

The Echols also say they’re not advocating the use of medical marijuana for all autistic children, but they say walk a mile in their shoes and the treatment might not seem all so extreme.

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5 comments

  • Steve

    I can state with no hesitation that it saved me from what would have been a miserable awkward life, and likely a much shorter one.

  • JoAnna, R.Ph., CGP

    I hope that more and more people will realize the medical benefits of this most amazing plant. It is a universal modulator and is involved in almost every metabolic process in our body.
    I pray that our federal government will soon authorize rescheduling for research. Research that is alreay proven in most other parts of the world.

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