Around this time of year, Hope Bobowski can’t wait to garden in the flower beds outside her home near Keremeos, in the hills of southern Interior British Columbia.
When it comes to cannabinoids, age matters. We have talked to Dr. Robert Hashemiyoon about cannabis being a potential anti-aging medicine, and there are several good reasons for this, including …
When over sixty people attended a presentation on weed and pain management at Louisville’s Balfour Senior Living late last month, most of them were joking about coming for the free samples as they settled into their seats.
Sue Cox has been battling Multiple Sclerosis since 2014 but says weed is the only thing that has ever helped ease her excruciating symptoms.
Pam St. Clement as revealed that she uses medicinal cannabis every day.
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.