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Hawaii: Cannabis in Care Homes


He says a growing number of those customers live in care homes. Goldstein says, “We are working with one of the larger care homes in the state to help educate their staff.”

He clarifies that Noa Botanicals can only offer to educate staffers about substances their residents may be using; it’s against the law for the staff to help residents administer cannabis products.

State law bans smoking in or near the buildings, so Noa Botanicals says its patients who live in a care home ingest it via edibles, tinctures, or apply a topical. Goldstein describes, “The most common complaint is pain, usually chronic pain. Pain that can keep people from sleeping.”



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