Studies as to how it can help older people, particularly with dementia (Alzheimer's disease being the most common kind of dementia), have been lacking. However, better and newer data is now reported and the results look very promising.

For decades, marijuana, even for medical uses, was demonized or questioned.

When states like Colorado legalized it for recreational use, more studies began to determine provable efficacy for its use as a medicine.

The Federal government still classifies marijuana the same way it classifies heroin: harmful and with no medical benefits. Now we can see that this is wrong.

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Carolyn Rosenblatt ~ Forbes.com ~

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