Is Medical Marijuana Right For You? Find Out At York Region Workshop

Article by Kim Zarzour, Richmond Hill Liberal via York Region

Richmond Hill resident Sherry Bennett shows a cannabis oil bottle and eye-dropper that measures her required dosage accurately. Bennett has found her post-traumatic stress disorder has improved greatly thanks to medical marijuana and is now organizing an event to share facts and dispel myths about the drug

Mona Belczowski was never one to live on the edge.

The 78-year-old doesn’t smoke, never drank and as for marijuana, “I didn’t want any part of that. I love life and having my brain as aware as possible. Don’t give me anything that wold make me so-called high.”

But the Richmond Hill resident is getting old. With age, comes aches and pains, a body that no longer functions as it used to and a medicine cabinet filled with prescription drugs to help her cope.

And she’s had enough.

Belczowski plans to attend a public information workshop this month to see if medical marijuana is right for her.

The event is being organized by Sherry Bennett, a Richmond Hill resident and owner of the personal assistance company Bayview Concierge.

Bennett, too, had little exposure to marijuana growing up, but recently tried cannabis to help with her long-term PTSD.

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