David Pinder, 60, admitted making cannabis but stated it was employed as a painkiller for his wife.
A man grew cannabis plants to enable his suffering wife with agonising discomfort from really serious back and neck injuries.
She employed the cannabis as aspect of a recipe for cakes that she could consume rather than smoking it and this was much less addictive than painkillers, a court heard.
David Pinder, 60, of Saxon Court, Bottesford, admitted making cannabis on January 13.
James Byatt, prosecuting, told Grimsby Magistrates’ Court that police went to Pinder’s residence and located nine mature cannabis plants 4ft tall, with water, lights and a timer.
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