Weed And The Other Kind Of Weed
A Kansas City nurse is helping patients navigate the world of medical marijuana. Also, local home gardeners fight on behalf of native plants, which are bringing bees, butterflies and some unwanted code enforcers to their front yards.
Medical marijuana is opening the door to pain relief and reduced anxiety for many Missourians. But not everyone knows whether or how it can help them.
April Hatch is a registered nurse and member of the Society for Cannabis Clinicians and the American Cannabis Nurses Society. She answered some of those questions on KCUR’s Up to Date with Steve Kraske.
More home gardeners in Kansas City are deciding to fill their yards not with grass, but with native wildflowers — which are better for the environment. But that’s put some of these homeowners in conflict with their neighbors and the city. KCUR reporter Carlos Moreno brings us this story.
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