The love of a group of Latin American mothers broke laws and borders by promoting self-cultivation and the medicinal use of cannabis in an attempt to improve the living conditions of their sick children.
"We want to give relief and remove the taboo" that exists around the plant in Mexico, a country with a large presence of drug trafficking, said Chilean Paulina Bobadilla, founder of Mamá Cultiva, who managed to improve her daughter's health conditions using cannabis.
The Mexican Chamber of Deputies approved the use of marijuana derivatives in treatments last April, allowing clinical research on cannabidiol-based . . .