Medical Marijuana taking over Minnesota

There a few proposals over Minnesota to approve a Medical Marijuana law to help Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) patients so they can legally be treated with Medical Cannabis, but will only be allowed if the White House and the Senate approve it.

Actually, in Minnesota the use of medical marijuana is only open on patients with Crohn’s Disease, which is one type of IBD, a condition that affects the colon and small intestine, where Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis are the principal types of IBD.

Dr. Kyle Kingsley, the CEO of Minnesota Medical Solutions – a Cannabis manufacturer – has the hope to give more people access to the program which the only obstacles are the high prices and low enrollments.

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