Israeli Medical Marijuana Patient Sues Government Over Pesticides

A medical marijuana patient in Israel whose license to grow his own cannabis was revoked in 2013 is suing Israel’s health ministry for providing him with cannabis that was contaminated with mold and dangerous pesticides that are illegal to use on foods.

“Patient R,” as the plaintiff is known, is one of about a dozen Israelis who was permitted to grow his own plants, and is the only patient involved in the lawsuit, the Media Line reported. There are some 23,000 medical marijuana patients in Israel.

Patient R allegedly became sick in 2013…

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