Adults in their 70s, 80s and 90s are trying cannabis for the first time, hoping the plant will ease chronic pain, insomnia, depression and anxiety after pharmaceutical drugs have failed.
Seniors often have basic questions about marijuana, says Sudbury clinic supervisor.
Bingo was never that interesting.
Photo credit Yana Paskova Ruth Brunn finally said yes to marijuana. She is 98.
There might be something special about grandma’s latest batch of brownies.
‘I didn’t know what to look for,’ says Judith Brooke of her attempts to procure cannabis.
In April 2015, Carrie Tice was despairing over her 80-year-old mother’s advancing Alzheimer’s when a caregiver at her senior center in California recommended giving her a topical dose of marijuana.
Seniors filled the Oswego Senior Center community room Tuesday to learn more about medical marijuana
The 55-and-older crowd is now the fastest-growing demographic of pot users in the country.
For years, Steven Stairs has advocated for medical marijuana users in Winnipeg – but recently, his audience has changed.