If you're like most parents, you'd probably never dream of giving your kids marijuana, but there are a growing number of moms and dads doing just that. Why? Because according to ABC News, they say it helps their kids cope with autism and obsessive compulsive disorder. Take the case of Mieko Perez, whose 11-year-old son suffers from autism. He was aggressive, hostile, and hurting himself, and after his weight dropped to 46 pounds because he refused to eat, Meiko began giving him brownies laced with pot. After a year of using marijuana, he was more relaxed, made sounds for the first time, and doubled his weight. He went from taking 13 drugs a day to just three.Of course, dispensing pot to a child is only legal in states that allow medical marijuana, and only only give their children drugs tested and approved by the FDA.