“After monitoring patients 65 and older for six months, we found medical cannabis treatment significantly relieves pain and improves quality of life for seniors with minimal side effects reported.”

Over a third of all prescription drugs are taken by the elderly, and according to MD Mag, the average nursing home patient is taking seven medications, increasing the risk of drug interactions and the way that physiological changes associated with aging can affect drugs working — or not working — in an elder body.

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Mary Schumacher ~ TheFreshToast.com

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