When Nhi Kha’s father was using medical marijuana as he battled Stage 4 lung cancer, she got to see how cannabis can be used in a controlled setting.
But at the same time, she said she was disappointed over the cost and how much red tape there was in the industry. She realized then that it could be done better.
Her father’s three-year ordeal, which ended with his death in 2018, inspired the refugee from Thailand to become part of the cannabis industry in Western New York.
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