Saskatoon Researchers Explore How Cannabis Could Help People With Dementia

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Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan are looking into the benefits of cannabis as a treatment for dementia. The research is focused on how CBD could help with mood symptoms that can occur among people with dementia, like anxiety and aggressiveness. “We don’t think, at least not now, that CBD could help cure Alzheimers or reverse any memory loss,” said Darrell Mousseau, research chair in Alzheimers and related dementia at the U of S. “What we’re hoping for is that CBD can be useful for managing some of the other symptoms.” – Read the entire article at CTV News.

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Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan are looking into the benefits of cannabis as a treatment for dementia.

The research is focused on how CBD could help with mood symptoms that can occur among people with dementia, like anxiety and aggressiveness.

“We don’t think, at least not now, that CBD could help cure Alzheimers or reverse any memory loss,” said Darrell Mousseau, research chair in Alzheimers and related dementia at the U of S. “What we’re hoping for is that CBD can be useful for managing some of the other symptoms.”

– Read the entire article at CTV News.

Read the full article @ Cannabis Culture