An American Indian tribe in Alaska is facing accusations of marijuana use after they reported that a patient in the hospital had developed an allergic reaction to the herb.
The tribe has since released a statement saying the man’s condition was “unrelated to his marijuana use.”
According to the Alaska Dispatch News, the woman, who was hospitalized in December, said that she used marijuana to relieve stress.
She also said she was on medical marijuana, but she never smoked pot.
The woman said she did not want to get involved in the drug business, but said she thought she could help her daughter.
She also said that her daughter had an asthma attack a few weeks earlier and she had to give her daughter some pain medication.
She told the paper that she thought her daughter was getting more severe with the medication because she was not using it regularly.
The patient said that the doctor prescribed her a prescription for Xanax, but that she was too worried about getting addicted to the drug.
The patient also said her daughter has a history of asthma, so she was hesitant to get into the drug industry.
She said she didn’t know what to do about the situation, but told her daughter to go to a doctor and be prescribed a prescription of Xanax.
The woman was taken to the hospital to be checked out.
The doctor was not aware of the medical marijuana situation and the family has been unable to contact him.
According to The Anchorage Daily News, medical marijuana use is legal in Alaska and is still illegal in some parts of the country.