Grey Power are helping elderly patients with no access to legal marijuana. Many elderly cancer patients in New Zealand are finding themselves turning to the black market, in hopes of relieving their symptoms. One man, who prefers to only be known as Bill, is speaking out about his struggles obtaining cannabis, and he’s got the support of some pretty big senior citizen groups.
With age comes wisdom
Grey Power, advocacy groups for New Zealand’s citizens who are 50-years-old and over, are working to end marijuana prohibition. Senior citizens are not keen on the idea of having to approach a “criminal” to obtain something they view as medicine, and with the help of one Grey Power group from Northland, soon they might not have to.
A man from Christchurch is worried that one of his last acts on this earth will be turning into a criminal, in the eyes of his country, anyway. Bill, who is 63-years-old, is suffering from inoperable, terminal cancer that has recently spread…