"He was in high school and he tried all of those [prescription] drugs and they were killing him and he wanted medical cannabis, but he couldn't get it for depression but I could get it for something, so I got it and made him a caregiver," she says. "He went from not even being able to get out of bed to straight A's, captain of the football team. Then he got a full scholarship to Worcester Polytech, and when he went up there they didn't have medical cannabis in Massachusetts yet, so he got kicked out for using his medicine—zero tolerance all this nonsense. So, he came home, got his act together, and right now he's deciding if he wants to go, full scholarship, to Brown or Johns Hopkins. He applied to them saying, 'I grow cannabis, it heals cancer, I've seen it and I want to go to medical school to integrate that.'"