BROOKHAVEN, Ga. - Cannabis oil has become part of Georgia mom Julianne Martin's new routine.

Three times a day, the Brookhaven mother of two draws a small amount of low-THC oil into a syringe and then brings it to her 4-year old son Alex, who knows what to do.

He opens his mouth, and she squirts the oil blend "Haleigh's Hope," shipped to Georgia from Colorado, into his mouth.

Alex has been diagnosed with mitochondrial disease, autism and epilepsy.

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Beth Galvin ~ Fox5Atlanta.com ~

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