a woman who is believed to have received the first private recipe for medical cannabis in the UK after the law changes in fear of being arrested after she could not pay the ongoing treatment costs.
"Frustrated" Carly Barton, 32, says he has been pursuing growth and illegal drug purchases that he has legally prescribed.
She uses it to cope with the pain she has suffered from fibromyalgia, following the stroke she had in the early twenties.
It is believed that Mrs. Barton, of Brighton, was one of the first persons to legally access cannabis after the law changes last year.
She was prescribed by healing cannabis through a private pain specialist, but says her prescription cost about 1300 pounds a month, destroying her savings.
A former university lecturer says he was able to get the NHS recipe approved by the medical commission. But it was rejected because it was an unguarded remedy.
Ms. Barton said, "I will open the law violation until I get access to the drug or give me some exemption.
"I do not see myself as a criminal. There are two doctors who have prescribed it to me, and there is now an unclear law that does not see it as a potential drug."