Gallery: Medical marijuana eases epilepsy for teen
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Genny's medicine, the flower and oil from the cannabis strain "Harlequin" (a common medicinal strain with an extremely high CBD count), on the kitchen counter of the Barbour home in Maple Shade.
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Genny takes a dose of medicine just before dinner at the Barbour home on Wednesday, November 18, 2015.
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The Barbour family in their Maple Shade home.
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While cannabis hasn't solved all of Genny's medical ailments, one of her caretakers noted an overall increase in energy, a positive development in her personality and a drastically-improved ability to form more complete sentences.
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Genny's younger sister, Marlee, 12, unfazed by a jar of medical marijuana on the table, works on homework during a hectic evening in the Barbour household.
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Lora asks Genny, "What is it, what is wrong" multiple times in an attempt to communicate with her daughter. Turns out the answer this time was simple: Genny wanted more macaroni and cheese.