A three-year-old resident of Pennsylvania has made a case for legislation to legalize marijuana. The young boy suffers from a type of epilepsy, which begins in infancy and is particularly severe. Due to this crippling condition, the three-year-old cannot feed himself and falls down frequently. A medicine derived from marijuana plants is the only thing, which could help him. However, if his parents to administer this drug to the boy, they could face marijuana drug charges.
Interestingly, the marijuana derived medication, known as "Charlotte's Web," contains almost zero THC. It does not cause any kind of euphoric "high." Patients who require the medication take it with food and not by smoking. Nevertheless, it is illegal in the state of Pennsylvania.