These kind of massages are gaining in popularity for pain relief, but there’s a problem

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SEATTLE — A promising pain relief?

Users say marijuana massages are so effective they no longer have to take prescription medication for severe pain.

The problem is this kind of pot use is not legal in Washington state. But that’s not stopping people from getting it.

Hana Kim reveals the treatment that is gaining in popularity in this Q13 FOX News video report:

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