Dementia cannabis

Cannabis Gets the Green Light for Dementia Patients

By | February 18th, 2019

Medical marijuana will be used to treat dementia patients in the first major trial in the U.K. The trial is funded by Alzheimer’s Research U.K. and led by researchers at King’s College London.

Researchers will be testing a drug called Sativex, a peppermint-flavored mouth spray with both tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) ingredients. It’s already approved for some patients with multiple sclerosis. Scientists will monitor 60 patients between the ages of 55 and 90 who are living in care homes for the trial. They’re looking for people who experience aggression and agitation as symptoms of dementia in particular.

“While people most often associate Alzheimer’s disease with memory problems, this is just one aspect of a complex condition that can affect people in different ways,” said psychiatrist Dag Aarsland, the professor supervising the trial. “Many people with Alzheimer’s can become agitated or aggressive, and this can pose difficulties for the person with the condition and those closest to them.”

Cannabis use in the U.S.

In the U.S., 30 states have legalized marijuana for medical use, but there is limited research on the drug’s affect on dementia patients because it’s difficult to get trials approved, Dr. Nathan Herrmann, the head of the division of geriatric psychiatry at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Canada, told Being Patient.

“Based on some preliminary studies in other populations, like younger individuals with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, as well as animal studies, there is at least some reason to theorize these drugs would have a benefit,” said Herrmann. “Therefore, there is a crucial need to do more, and larger studies in patients with Alzheimer’s disease to determine their effects and side effects.”

Could cannabis harm dementia patients?

Herrmann warns that marijuana-based treatments will not likely improve cognition in dementia patients. “In fact, there is good reason to be concerned that cannabinoids could make cognitive function worse, either by direct effects or by causing excessive sedation,” he said.

The King’s College researchers hope that completing this small trial will result in getting a much larger clinical trial approved to offer more options to people with dementia and their caregivers.

“Current treatments for behavioral and psychiatric symptoms of dementia are very limited, and we desperately need to develop alternatives,” said Aarsland. “Doctors sometimes prescribe antipsychotic medications, and while these drugs can have important benefits, these need to be weighed against the risk of very serious side effects,” he added.

The spray may offer some hope to people suffering from the unpleasant symptoms that sometimes accompany a dementia diagnosis.

“With no new dementia treatments in over 15 years, it is vital that we test a wide range of approaches to find effective ways to help people living with the condition,” said David Reynolds, Ph.D., of Alzheimer’s Research U.K.

“While a major focus for dementia research is to develop drugs that slow or stop the progression of the physical diseases that cause dementia, what really matters is that a medicine benefits people’s day-to-day lives,” he added.

The spray is equal parts THC and CBD. THC is known for its psychoactive effects and is used recreationally. CBD, on the other hand, has been found to help with nausea, mild anxiety and provide some anti-inflammatory benefits. The spray is created from plants grown under secure conditions that allow for consistency in each batch.

“This is a rigorous clinical trial of a medication that has been carefully prepared, and which will be tested in circumstances where the health and wellbeing of participants can be closely monitored,” said Reynolds. “There is no good evidence that using cannabis in an uncontrolled setting could benefit people living with dementia, and we know that the drug can involve risks including short-term memory and thinking problems, coordination difficulties and anxiety.”

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55 thoughts on “Cannabis Gets the Green Light for Dementia Patients

  1. I take CBD oil twice and it seems to be helping my Mild Cognitive Impairment somewhat . Would Cannabis elp more?

    1. I removed my mother from assisted living she has slight dementia. She started having Sundowners symptoms with me being very aggressive in the late afternoon she has also been bedridden for a long time because of dizziness. No one could figure out why she was dizzy. The first 20 days of living with me she had only gotten out of bed 3 days because of dizziness. Desperately I purchase some hemp oil
      The next morning when she claimed she was dizzy and didn’t want to get out of bed I administered some. About a half-hour later I entered the kitchen to find her freshly showered dressed and emptying the dishwasher. She was an amazing the entire day. The next day I gave her more after lunch she told me I’m bored wow amazing from someone who’s been in bed 5 days a week because of dizziness and when she was awake keep asking the same questions and telling the same stories to being vibrant. I suggested we play a game of cards so we played several hands of Rummy she was able not only to play her and all the cards on the table and line of cards. Several times picking up the whole line she knew what she was doing and this is amazing. Amazing amazing

      1. Hey Dianna what exactly was the hemp oil you were giving your mother? I ask because my grandmother always complains about trouble sleeping and shes rather forgetful. Also definite signs of bed ridden-ness. She has asked me to purchase her Remfresh sleeping pills and then I thought about going the natual cannabis route. Would love to have more info on what she was taking, sounds like some amazing progress! so happy for you two!

        1. The trials haven’t been done to know for sure what works best. If you live somewhere where you can access tested medicine, try starting with high levels of CBD, and low levels of THC. Then you can slowly increase the THC to decrease the possibility of unwanted side effects.

          We started with 20 mg CBD 2X a day and 2.5 mg THC 2X a day. Now we’re at 5 mg THC.

          It’s only been 3 weeks, so early, but so far it seems to be helping.

        2. Hi my mom suffers with the same thing and have been thinking of getting her some but I’m scared to.. can I ask how long you have been giving her this please

        1. I’d love this info, as well. We’ve decided to get CBD for my MIL, but I don’t know what dosage to start with. The research says “high amounts,” but doesn’t give specifics.

          1. If the person is unfamiliar with cannabis, it’s probably better to start with high CBD, low THC, then slowly increase the amount of THC. We started at 20 mg CBD 2X a day, 2.5 mg THC 2X a day. Then upped it to 5mg THC 2X a day along with the CBD.

            There are a lot of anecdotal reports of very high amounts of cannabinoids doing wonders for diseases, but I can’t substantiate that for Alzheimer’s at this point, so just telling you what we did.

          2. Hi jessica and wendy. this may come a little late, but i can share some professional insight on this (i ran a medical cannabis shop in sf, ca for 7+ years helping elderly folks successfully administer cannabis as medicine). If you’re in California, I would recommend a spray call Breez by royal garden society. they make two that are particularly efficacious and versatile to start with. CBD/THC 1:1 cinnamon and a 25:1 CBD/THC citrus. they’re dosed low enough so that you can start with one pump of the spray and go from there. i’m not sure what research says start high, but aside from certain severe neurological disorders, even a small daily dose can have exponentially efficacious effects. starting small also enables you to work your way up to a larger dose if necessary while minimizing the psychoactive effects which could cause adverse reactions in patients that aren’t familiar or comfortable with mind-altering plant medicine. as they become more comfortable with mild effects, a higher dose of psychoactivity could have benefits all of it’s own. if you can’t find Breez, Humboldt Apothecary is a women-run collective who makes tinctures of equally high botanical integrity. There are others of course, just try to get something of high botanical integrity, made with medicinal intent, ideally at or close to 1:1 cbd/thc ratio and easily dosed in increments of 5mg>. if you can’t find the exact ratio you want, i recommend buying a high CBD product and a THC product and combining the two to make the desired ratio. CBD is difficult to do too much of, but THC you want to start at 2.5-5mg.
            oh yes, and ask for “full-spectrum” extracts (ie tinctures, sprays, etc) rather than distillate which is “purer” thc or cbd but is also more processed. the components of the plant all work together, so you want to keep them intact ie full-spectrum. everything on the “legal” market is tested now, so you can be sure it’s clean, but “pure” thc or cbd is reducing the potency of the entire plant.
            hope this helps.

        2. This is amazing all the ppl seeking help for their loved one. I just purchased & was told to get the CBD w THC (low dosage that kick starts CBD) told the THC would/ could relax her.
          Starting w/ 20:1 or 25ml . I started my Mom low, my sis took her this day so not sure but her evening was still rough. Started early afternoon. Gave again about 10pm but again I think the dosage was to low to make a difference.
          Good luck.

          1. This worries me slightly. Firstly, talk of buying word-of-mouth recommended cannabis could lead people to bypass the opinion (and recommended source) of their medical consultant and potentially unregulated sources could creep in on the act, sensing a niche in a desperate market.
            Also, I can see that if unlimited doses of THC can be bought, it might not all find its way into the person suffering from dementia. Indeed – do we have the right to administer these drugs in an arbitrary way, to people who may not be able to give their consent, or understand what they’re taking? Medical power of attorney would give that right of course, but I would have liked to see this drug being given in a supervised setting on a daily basis, a bit like recovering addicts are supervised – in the UK anyway – when given methadone, in an attempt to prevent it getting into the black market and because the potential for harm is huge if it falls into the wrong hands.

        3. I have memory problems and have been in an Alzheimer’s study for almost 3 years I am getting worse. So I am sure I am getting the plasibo. Went to the pot store as someone told me there was a Cbd pill that was helping but they didn’t know of any. Suggestions please

      2. Just read your response and found it very interesting. If you don’t mind may I please know the brand name of the CBD you administered? I could use this for my Mum who is 93 years old. I look forward to hearing from you.


  2. Commercial CBD oils are produced from the Hemp plant, a cousin of the marijuana plant. Medically, marijuana’s benefits are a combination of THC and CBD components with varying effects chosen with the ratio of those two compounds in mind.
    There are high CBD:THC ratio products that have very little psychoactive affect and much in the way of anti-anxiolytic/calming results.
    This is what I’d love to see a research effort on.

    1. Let us not forget that THC is great stuff, you don’t have to be puritan about it. I would not neglect it. CBD is energizing, THC sedating. Choose accordingly. THC is best for insomnia for example.

      1. Agreed. THC gets a bad rap, but when harnessed properly can have remarkable benefits. It’s nearly identical to the neurotransmitter anandamide which is all over our bodies and vital for proper functioning. Cannabinoids work better together. The entourage effect.

    2. I agree, except also, you can get strains of cannabis “marijuana” now that are up to 20% CBD now and very low THC. Also there are many other subsidiary cannabinoids in “marijuana” that may play a role. I agree with you, many find a 1:1 ratio to be quite beneficial.

      To me, hemp is more for preventative maintenance and as a good food source etc. Very low THC. Also oil, plastics, paper, textiles, building materials….. Its uses are staggering.

  3. I have Lewy Body Dementia and I have found a cannabis preparation that does magic on my brain; my speech pathologist was astounded and even wanted me to do it in his office to see the effect. Specifically it was a cannabis extraction with an 18:1 CBD:THC ration. I have found 50mg of a compound rated at 60-70% CBD and 2-4% THC turns the lights back on, smooths out my gait and allows nearly normal speech for hours. More however, my curiosity is awakened, I find myself more engaged in things around me. I ingest this via vaporization and as such, total efficacy is reached within 2 minutes. I wish I had brain left to research this further but my neurologist at the Cleveland Clinic was impressed enough that I was able to skip standard pharmaceuticals as the cannabis was doing everything they did with zero side-effects. Well mostly zero; the Captain Crunch tastes great after that for some reason. I have tried this preparation on three additional subjects: another with LBD, one with PTSD and one with ADD. It worked for them all, this preparation did. Thats why I put up my site to help disabled folks learn to grow for themselves, regardless of situation or location.

      1. I wish I knew where to look in Canada. We have so many screwy laws here in the states that makes finding this stuff hard. Basically because each state has its own cannabis laws, there can be no state-to-state commerce of this stuff. Thus is was recently that I found myself in a situation where I was forced off of it for two months and it felt like it was killing me. Well, that was dramatic. I felt, I was sure in my heart that the disease had progressed much farther than it was and there was no way back; the progression is a one-way street. Since no one in Nevada was selling it to any resellers in Las Vegas (my home), I could not legally buy it in a legal state, yet in Oregon and California they have overages of product of all kinds and the meds I needed were even on sale most of the time. Water water everywhere but not a drop to drink. Eventually after 60 days of this, the confusion and aphasia getting worse every day, the short term memory loss accelerating, it was scary but the reason I tell you all this is that I finally did get the exact right meds smuggled in from Cali and within 5 minutes of opening the package, I had a good chunk of my brain and my sanity back. Within 10 I was changing the channel from the brain-dead show I was watching to something far more complex, an 8 hour mini series I would not even consider in the other state. I wrote about it here but folks, this stuff is for real. To me, the evidence is irrefutable. Event though I was still feeling rough, I outlined the experience here if it helps others with dementia get off the fence and try it. It is nothing short of amazing.

        As for Canada, I don’t know since I can barely find stuff here. That is one reason I encourage dementia patients to grow, then they have total control over not just the quality of the meds but the availability as well. I have another dementia friend from Cananda I can ask about this…..

        1. Hi Jeff, after reading your post I’m curious, if it’s not too prying, are you from the south, particularly Alabama?
          I’m a born and raised Bama Bell.
          The reason I ask is CBD oil was made legal here, then they rescinded that legality and you couldn’t get it for a little while, but it is now become legal again.

          My mother was diagnosed with pick’s disease AKA frontotemporal dementia about 3 years ago and I have been wanting to try CBD for her. But in my research I’ve read that THC works very well on dementia patients and I didn’t know if just a 3% concentration would help. But after reading your post, I’m thinking that it might! Any information that you could give me about how to get started, where to get it, who to call, would be fabulous.
          Since she was diagnosed she has went downhill tremendously. Her vocabulary has diminished to maybe a handful of words, which she repeats over and over. We were told the type dementia she has, shes probably had for 15 to 20 years.
          It is an aggressive & agitated type.
          They only recently placed her on Ativan and Seroquel, after I accompanied my father and her to her doctor’s appointment and basically said I wasnt leaving until we had something to help with some of her agitation These have helped, but in turn have exacerbated her symptoms.
          I know there are many many companies that are producing and selling CBD oil out there. And I’m sure some of those actual formulations in the bottle aren’t true to the label. That’s where I’m stuck, where can I get good quality CBD +TCH ?

    1. Hi Jeff, read your comment and am interested in knowing the brand name of the CBD oil you speak of. I could use this for my 93 year old Mum. I look forward to hearing back from you. Thank you!!

      1. Monica; if you are located in Nevada, one of the best brands I have found for consistency of product and reliable efficacy per dose, Kynd makes the Ringos Gift 18:1 sap/extract I use and recommend. If not, I don’t know because in the states, only hemp-based CBD is shipped across state lines because cannabis is still federally prohibited here. That means if you by a product in a place like say Nevada or Oregon, the screwy rules mean that product was grown from seed to weed as we say completely within the state lines. The thing I would definitely not waste money on is the hemp-based stuff, wasted much of my own doing research on what was killing me. If you are from the states, its like “near beer”. Now here is something to consider: while I cannot recommend a company, what I can do is recommend any extract made from Charolettes Web or a close derivative. The Ringos Gift I think is a custom strain from Kynd whereas CW you should be able to get in more places/countries….

    2. Where does one get the compound that has helped you? My husband has Lewy Bodies and is VERY physically aggressive and lots of aggitation.

    3. This is amazing all the ppl seeking help for their loved one. I just purchased & was told to get the CBD w THC (low dosage that kick starts CBD) told the THC would/ could relax her.
      Starting w/ 20:1 or 25ml . I started my Mom low, my sis took her this day so not sure but her evening was still rough. Started early afternoon. Gave again about 10pm but again I think the dosage was to low to make a difference.
      Good luck.

    4. Hi Jeff,
      My mom hasn’t been formally diagnosed with LBD as of today b/c her Neurologist thinks she may have Parkinson’s Dementia due to both diseases having the same symptoms. She’s now trying medicine for Parkinson’s, but the side effects are almost unbearable. She actually tremors more.
      Your CBD:THC info sounds convincing enough to at least try. However, my mom is 82 and from the old school. I believe she will have a problem with using a marijuana product. Does the product you use has the usual marijuana smell? Would you also please share the product brand name. Thank you in advance.

  4. I am looking into CBD oil for my mother who has a cross between vascular dementia and possible AD. Now her issue is apathy. She cannot motivate unless there is music. That will get her in the moment. I am wondering about the benefit of simple CBD hemp oil for the apathy.

    1. Mother in law is in the same boat: vascular dementia and beginnings of AD. We started her on CDB oil last Friday night (today is Tuesday the 25th), she is sleeping more, is more aware, has being watching netflix almost by herself (the tech is new to her so you know). She has being asking questions, is a bit less forgetful, knee pain is gone, back pain is gone. And we took her out of the Excelon patch we had to put each night to help her sleep and be calm at nights.

      We also started her on Coconut oil, that will take a few more days to be noticed. But she is a lot different the last few days from what she has being the prior 40 days since she moved in with us.

  5. My mother has vascular dementia and is in advanced stages; lives with me.
    All of the comments above are “her”: Sundowner syndrome, aggression, anxieties, sleepless ness etc….
    For the past 4 years I have joked to my father about discussing medical marijuana with her doctor, but after reading all of this I truly would like to test this out. I am in the US, in the panhandle of Florida; where can I get the CBD oils, etc or does her doctor need to prescribe?

    1. Most health food stores are selling it in florida now. I have been in two chiropractor’s offices that carry cbd. You can also apply for a medical marijuana card and purchase from a dispensary.

      1. Yes, just got my father a medical marijuana card in Jacksonville, FL to help with his aggression from late stage dementia. I had to also get a card as the care giver to purchase for him. He’s on day 10 of CBD/THC combo and having miraculous results!!

    2. You are in Florida where medical Cannabis is now legal. Check your area for a Cannabis doctor who will issue her a medical Cannabis card.

    3. Hi

      If you want the good CBD that research shows as quite beneficial, find a doctor that does cannabis in your area.

      Marijuana is now legal here in FL with a legitimate condition diagnosed by a doctor – I believe, for instance, anxiety is one.

      You can then get high concemtration CBD (with low THC)

      Most facilities do not charge if they are unable to prescribe.

  6. he word dementia has become a convenient tool by which many physicians describe a broad group of symptoms common to many brain disorders. Unfortunately, the clinical diagnosis often carries with it unintended cruel connotations in the lay language and a concomitant destructive potential.

    The Merriam-Webster Online Dictionaryof 2004 defines dementia first as “mental deterioration of organic or functional origin.”1Although a generalization, it seems innocuous and close to what is intended by physicians. However, on further reading almost every dictionary refers to its derivation from Latin, meaning madness or out of one’s mind. The Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary supplies the following 3 synonyms from Roget’s Thesaurus: insanity, lunacy, and madness. Non–English languages have some even more devastating translations and alternative meanings, ranging from idiocy, imbecility, mental deficiency, and moronismin German, to mental derangementin French, to insanityand lunacy in Italian. These definitions, not the medical diagnosis, are most commonly known to the public. Accordingly, persons diagnosed as having dementia could be seen by the lay community as being out of their mind or crazy.

    When sufficiently provoked in our childhood, calling someone demented was one of our worst epithets short of vulgarity. Things have not changed much, as witnessed by an advertisement on the Comedy Channel that described a future program as “extreme, idiotic, and demented.” A similar example is the horror film by Francis Ford Coppola entitled Dementia 13. Even the venerable Garrison Keillor in a November 6, 2004, radio skit called dementia “a proven method of weight loss” and implied its victims are “crazy.”

    With this lay use woven into everyday language, imagine being told by a physician that you have dementia. This nonspecific generality can easily rob patients of their humanity in the eyes of others and, most important, in their own eyes. The term can stigmatize and isolate, making others reluctant if not outright fearful of dealing with the person. At its unkindest, it is a word without hope, which is a crucial tool when faced with a devastating illness.

    1. Thing is, I was diagnosed. I had pretty much self diagnosed and went my GP, told him I needed testing and you know the typical journey from there. Except mine was somewhat accelerated because I told them were to look and my suspicions were confirmed. I wasn’t really destroyed by the news because by that time I had come to accept my fate.

      As for the 18:1 oil Jeff spoke of, it’s a true lifesaver. I too, suffer from LBD and, as you may know, we cycle in and out of awareness quite a bit. The 18:1 can really help bring you back to some what of a normal reality quickly

      1. Please explain the 18:1? In terms of the dropper they supply with the liquid. I was told to give my Mom 20:1 in dropper form I used 25ml ? Does this sound accurate? I don’t want her to sleep during the day. It is 9:30 am & id like to try it now because her confusion & meanness is more apparent in mornings & evenings about 9:pm.
        Thank you

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  9. I’m currently caring for a patient with dementia. She’s 63 and has been on several medications, Prozac, metformin, Zocor, And was addicted to Vicodin. She is aggressive and violent in the evening. She has no regular sleep patterns and paces on a regular basis. She was an avid drug user as a young adult. She was recently taken off ALL her medications to see if it would help her cognitive function and be LESS sedated. It did help her awareness levels, but heightened her aggression. So we had her try Marijuana (smoking) We immediately noticed her aggressive behavior stop and she stopped her pacing! She sleeps better and her appetite has improved. We don’t use it enough to see any memory improvement. We have started a regular vitamin regiment suggested by her doctor! We only use the Marijuana in times when she’s in an aggressive or agitated state. I truly hope more clinical trials will be approved for this research because we truly feels it is helpful

  10. I was very intrigued by the stories above. I was diagnosed with demensia and about 9 months ago and seem to be getting more and more forgetful. I Repeat things often and find myself not talking as much to avoid embarrassment.
    I have a lot of energy and walk my dog a coul9e if miles a day so, physically I feel In doing good. It’s losing my memory in worried about.
    Would anything be available that might help me?

    THANK you,

    1. Elaine, i hope you see this comment.Iit just broke my heart when you said ” find myself not talking as much to avoid embarrassment” I just needed a reminder that dad is probably second guessing himself often/holding back due to possible embarrassment. We are in WI, so I can’t imagine being able to openly discuss this with his care team and even get advice/prescription. Elaine, I hope you found something that helps you. I think the CBD oil can help so many things. I think THC will help with sleep, mood, anxiety, etc. I definitely think with THC start as low as you can and find what feels best. I think higher amounts of quality CBD are better, but I know that is such a complex thing….I had someone at a nutrition store talk to me about CBD for over an hour and I finally stopped and said “listen, if I were your mother and I had dementia, what would you give me?” I should have said that an hour earlier! Bless you Elaine, I am thinking of you today..

      1. Sorry, my comment makes no sense because I had to keep cutting parts out because it was too long. The most important part was to thank Elaine. My thoughts are with all of you and I hope you all get the answers and help you are looking for!

      2. Elaine and Talia, Consult Your Physician – Being Patient does not give medical advice, nor is any information on the site intended to be prescriptive medical advice. If you have any questions about your health or the health of your loved one, please consult your physician for any and all medical-related questions. ~ Thank you.

  11. I’m taking aricept (neologist DX) I think it takes me down to more normal level of nervousness. I’m 77 and I’ve been dealing w this for pAst year. A relative suggested CBD oil which I am using daily: Calming response. What I really can’t understand and hope this doesn’t violate the “intent” of this web site : neither of my drs addressed their initial DX with me!! Just nodded their heads as I rattled on about my anxiety and memory malfunctioning! (What am I going crazy?) I’m doing OK and settling into this unhappy situation , so why can’t they just address the issue straight on? It’s not going away! I’m old enough!! how mAny people get to “go gentle into that sweet night- But instead, “ rage against the dying of the light”. Please don’t pretend that this isn’t happening: neither my drs or my family/friends. I want to accentuate the good life I’ve had: many good times and successes and wonderful people. Until they come up with some magic mental “turn around “ we must accept that life/sentience must come to an end and modern medicine hasn’t figure how to change that : just don’t pretend it is not happening ! Good luck and prayers to all who are going thru this time in life. ”it isn’t easy being Green!”

  12. We as a family of 5 with dad has cancer and mam has been diagnosed stage 3 dementia
    We would appreciate some feedback for registration of mam and supply

  13. Any advice for me my husband with late vascular dementia and Alzheimer’s has Asphasia. But try’s so much to connect with me his emotions are still with me l am desperate to help him .we live in the UK.

    1. Great to read all the positive comments what is hard to understand these health professionals still doubting the benifits that so obviously benifits so many people its well knowen no one has ever died or overdosed on marijuana in history so why still all the medieval properganda regarding this issue make it more affordable and easier access for the people that can benifit from it now full stop

  14. My wife is only 57 and was Diagnosed with early onset Dementia as my Heart Breaks watching her go threw this can anyone tell me what combination to use to try and stop or get her memory and speech thoughts back i am helpless trying to find something to help her i have been to so many Top Doctors that i get the same answer don”t have a cure neither does the pills you prescribe work either

  15. thanks so much.wife 82 ytrs old . bad in s d .no merawana here. how do i go about geting her some. im getting also. need help .thankes

  16. I have had poor memory all of my life but in the last few years it’s gotten worse. I love words & to not be able to find them, when I want them is heartbreaking. I discovered the study on mice & cannibis & immediately set about doing research & eventually started on CBD & THC in coconut oil. I have made progress & often don’t search for words at all,
    occasionally do have to think about it but can come up with the word I’m looking for, after a few moments. This is such a great improvement, I can’t tell you how thrilled I am!

  17. Its great to hear all the stories of success. In the UK you can only get CBD. My mum is quite bad with AD. Has anyone used CBD only on AD and if so were there any results one way of the other.

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