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The availability and use of cannabis oil have given Chase Rief the opportunity to sit in the driver’s seat and steer the direction in which his future will go.
Chase, 16, said his dream of driving and racing in hill climbs was nearly shattered after going through two years of medical issues that at one point left him wheelchair bound.
He was diagnosed with epilepsy when he was 14, two years after being misdiagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder. Doctors treated the alleged ADD with a high dose of medication, which then required more medication to counteract the side effects of the ADD medication. Chase began having audio and visual hallucinations, “blank outs,” and severe nosebleeds and migraine headaches.
Chase felt like he was having a heart attack, sending him to the hospital