Marijuana Prescribed to Overcome Tourette Syndrome and Attention-Deficit Disorder
Today on Hempire we are joined by Noah Kirkman. Noah is a licensed medicinal marijuana user after finding the drug far more effective than prescription offerings for treating Tourette Syndrome and attention-deficit disorder. He was involved in a bit of controversy because of being prescribed marijuana and used at school.
At first, it was thought Noah could use his “one-hitter,” which looks like a cigarette, out front of the school. But when it became too cold it was agreed he could pop by the vice principal’s office and use his marijuana vaporizer three times a day, before class, after class and over the lunch hour. We speak to him about his journey and how he is doing now.