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Move over Midol, hot-water bottles and chocolate, women may soon be reaching for a different way to deal with the suffering – both physical and mental – of menstruation. As Canada counts down to legalization, medical marijuana may just be the relief women have been hoping for through generations.

Malvika Chadha, 30, has dealt with very difficult period pain for a long time. Over the years increasing pain, nausea and fainting became a monthly burden.

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Lorrayne Anthony

Lorrayne Anthony is a writer and editor. She has worked for The Canadian Press, the Toronto Star, the Prague Post, and, the New York Times. Born in Kolkata, Lorrayne was raised in Brampton, Ontario and now lives and writes five minutes away from the lake.

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