Since 2000, however, when he started using cannabis as a medicine, his health has markedly improved. He is now “clean” from all those pharmaceuticals. He can walk again. He has rekindled a relationship with his children. Twenty years after his initial diagnosis, he can even skateboard and snowboard.
“I am able to take care of myself. You don’t know how empowering that is,” said the 50-year-old from Langley Township, B.C.
“It had been 15 years not going up the mountain, and now I can rip big air again.”
He believes marijuana helped put his MS in remission, a phenomenon observed in enough patients to attract the attention of researchers. have been conducted on the effects of marijuana for patients with MS, some suggesting it could be effective in protecting the nervous system against the disease’s advance.
Soon, however, Davidson will be forced to destroy the medicine he credits with saving his life.