My Mom lives in Texas. She’s 84 and has Alzheimer’s and high blood pressure and a few other health issues. Over the last year she has developed a terrible nervous habit of scratching herself. Her arms and thighs are literally covered in horrible open sores and bruises and scars. She often gets infections. We know for sure it’s not a rash or skin condition. She’s been on many meds and lotions including for OCD. None worked and all made her like a zombie. Mom’s Doctor is very open to giving her CBD oil. He feels it has great potential and has no side effects. I searched and studied and found one that is very reputable. My husband and I both have been taking it and have had amazing results with relief from aches and pains, anxiety and sleep issues. So, I feel very comfortable giving it to my Mother, however the Med nurses where she lives aren’t allowed to dispense it. The CBD oil has no THC in it and is legal in Texas but the corporate office refuses to consider it. We have to have their help. It needs to be taken a couple of times a day consistently to work. Alzheimer’s is just heart breaking anyway but it really pains me to see my Mom literally tearing herself apart. You can buy CBD oil in the mall and shops are popping up everywhere. Last year her Doctors prescribed B12 vitamins and she also has a standing order for Tylenol if needed. Both are purchased at local stores and are dispensed by the Med nurses. What legal rights do we have?