That's unfortunate, especially since it is legal. Medical cannibis needs to be prescribed and studied in patients with MS, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, strokes, migraines, epilepsy, attention deficit disorder and autism for its psychoactive and motor affects. Different strains of cannibis have different THCs and CBDs that mimic chemicals in the brain called endocannabinoids. THCs has psychoactic affects that are useful for calming agitation associated with Alzheimer's, attention deficit disorders and autism. CBDs have motor calming affects that are useful for MS, Parkinson's, seizures and muscle spasms. CBD strains such as Charlotte's Web used for seizures, have little if any psychoactive affects. Parents of children with rare life threatening seizures successfully treated with Charlotte's Web have had a large impact on the current trend in legalization of medical cannibis. Many were forced to break the law and face felony charges in order to save their children's lives, not to get them "high."