More uses for pot could be coming to Illinois, thanks to a judicial ruling.

Have a headache? Use marijuana. Who knew?

Fox 32 is reporting that a ruling by a Cook County judge will force health officials in Illinois to alter their decision to not include migraine headaches on the list of official prescribed uses for medical marijuana in the land of Lincoln.

The court ruling was in response to a suit filed by an unidentified man who has already been using marijuana to treat his headaches. Attorney Robert Bauerschmidt said the middle-aged man has suffered severe migraines since adolescence.

According to briefs filed the unnamed man has suffered severe migraines since childhood. Medical marijuana was the only solution to relieve the pain.

Fox 32 reports that just last month the State of Illinois was ordered to add post-traumatic stress disorder as a condition to use medical marijuana.

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