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Dr. Phillip Grob, Geriatric Psychiatrist, Member of Society of Cannabis Clinicians Cannabis Helps Dementia Ep. 4

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On my mom’s journey through dementia, we were forced to look outside-the-box for solutions to her extremely agitated behavior and crippling anxiety.
We learned there was going to be a Medical Cannabis Symposium in Northern California called “Cannabis as Medicine, Changing the Face of Aging” produced
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On my mom’s journey through dementia, we were forced to look outside-the-box for solutions to her extremely agitated behavior and crippling anxiety.
We learned there was going to be a Medical Cannabis Symposium in Northern California called “Cannabis as Medicine, Changing the Face of Aging” produced by  Home Instead Senior Services, Sonoma County and Hospice services of St. Joseph’s Hospital. Two “traditional organizations” that are working within the U.S. allopathic medical system to amplify the message that cannabis helps dementia. Tricky business when the best medicine for many conditions near the end of life remains on the Controlled Substances Act Schedule I of Drugs, making cannabis inaccessible in any Federally funded institutions like Nursing Homes, VA Facilities, and hospitals.
The designation of “Schedule I of Drugs” refers to “drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse. Some examples of Schedule I drugs are: heroin, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), marijuana (cannabis), 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (ecstasy), methaqualone, and peyote.”
Despite cannabis medicine being legal in more than 2/3rds of U.S. States, in order for people living with dementia to get some relief today, we need to get cannabis de-scheduled, and open up the Schedule I of Drugs for research.
Contact your Senators, Representatives and the President to let them know that you want to de-schedule cannabis and open up the Schedule I for research at the very least.
Do you want to tell your story of how Cannabis Helps Dementia? Leave a voice message at Anchor.FM/cannabishelpsdementia. Drop us a note or connect with us on the socials.
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Check out the Society of Cannabis Clinicians website  and find real medical professionals familiar with cannabis medicine in your area like,  Dr. Grob - cuz, you remember, we’re not doctors...just family caregivers turned advocates.
And, don’t forget! Download, like and share what you learned. Cannabis Helps Dementia.
We hope you’re inspired by EP4 with Dr. Phillip Grob!
In Solidarity,
Chela & Dave
www.cannabishelpsdementia.com
THANK YOU!
Dr. Phillip Grob
Home Instead Senior LIving Sonoma County
Hospice Services of St. Joseph’s Hospital
Anchor.fm 
Society of Cannabis Clinicians
Original Music by Doug Goodwin “Try Something That’s New”
...and thank you Mom , my greatest teacher.
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“$9 million donation earmarked for cannabis research” The Harvard Gazette 
"Antipsychotic use in dementia: a systematic review of benefits and risks from meta-analyses"

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