Sue is one of just two people certified through the State of California to educate senior living facility staff and caregivers about medical marijuana.

Sue Taylor is an African-American grandmother who runs three miles a day and describes her late 60s as the time of her life.

She’s a retired Catholic school principal living in Berkeley, California, who wears pearls and stylish pantsuits, holds a divinity school degree, and attributes her “perfect health” to marijuana, which she uses orally and topically for pain relief and better sleep.

She says her spiritual journey has led her to realize her soul’s purpose: to connect the elderly with weed. She’s on a national mission to do just that.

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