Seth Green:A Cerebral Palsy Warrior For Cannabis As Medicine

“With the use of cannabis, Seth has been finally able to understand what happiness and joy feel like. Even though he has cerebral palsy and has suffered seizures, stroke, depression, anxiety, multiple sclerosis, and scoliosis, cannabis has helped him survive all that and come out even feeling on top of the world, thanks to this magical plant. In fact, he says, the right strains make him feel like a kid again: being able to talk and communicate much better and with significantly much ease, with a carefree attitude. He has a hard time speaking because his throat feels tight and stuck, yet when he uses cannabis it helps open the throat. This doesn’t just benefit him physically by helping him combat the panic attacks and anxiety but it actually enables him to drink water, eat food,

On the contrary, the pharmaceutical meds that Seth took for several years made him feel the exact opposite of what he feels when he medicates with cannabis. With the plant, he can concentrate more. Seth’s stress and anxiety levels are much more manageable thanks to cannabis.

Today at 26, Seth has been an advocate of cannabis use for over 4 years in his home state of Tennessee but hopes that his message will help many more around the globe. His efforts spreading the word about cannabis as medicine won’t stop anytime soon – he’s been featured in interviews as well as radio shows. He’s even organized 10 medical cannabis rallies in an effort to get others the help they need, while encouraging others to get out of the green closet.”

To read the full story check out the original article published by Cannabis.net here!

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