I grew up dealing with a parent who suffered from a drastic case of Crohn’s disease, my mother was bed bound for years of our childhood because the disease consumed her physically & made it impossible for her to live a normal lifeâ€¦ By the grace of God & the Advent of better pharmacology, she was put on new medication that allowed her to go into remission for a few years, this lasted through much of high college & college for me. But I lived at new home during the last several years of college & remember coming new home some mornings to see our mom collapsed on the living room floor! She would have a abrupt Crohn’s flare & it would debilitate her completely. Back then she was allowed to use the Cannabis products to treat her Crohn’s problems. These mornings she is restricted from using cannabis products because of the other types of medications that she gets for all of her medical needs. This is a really unlucky thing because some people rely on cannabis for treating Crohn’s disease; One of our friends from work currently uses cannabis to treat his Crohn’s disease symptoms, but he started getting medical cannabis products back in 2017 when medical marijuana sales opened in this state. It’s aggravating that you have to pay the state $71 once a year just to keep your medical marijuana card. On top of that, you have to see your medical marijuana doctor twice a year. That ends up costing me $371 every year just to be a medical marijuana patient.