There have been a number of scientific studies to surface over the past few years suggesting that medical marijuana may be the safest and most effective medicine for senior citizens.
You can't teach an old dog new tricks, but sometimes you don't need to because they already know them all.
The latest scientific study, this one from Israel, reveals that patients over the age of 65 benefit greatly from the herbal treatment.
Tuesday's episode of the daytime talk show "The Doctors" examined the skyrocketing use of senior citizens turning to cannabis for medicinal purposes.
So the next time you are visiting grandma and grandpa, you might want to share your stash. You also may want to talk to them about a few reasons why sharing your stash may be good for their health.
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There remains no known association between heart disease and marijuana consumption, but patients should know the possible risks.
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health says there were more than 10,000 alcohol-impaired driving deaths in 2018, but it's unknown how many of those marijuana contributed to.
Interstate marijuana trafficking is about to become more widespread in the Midwest now that legalization has taken hold in Illinois and Michigan for adults 21 and older.