Canada is taking the lead on studying marijuana as a way to treat post-traumatic stress disorder. Canada is studying marijuana as a treatment for PTSD. This project could make Canada a world leader in marijuana research, surpassing studies in United States that are consistently hampered by marijuanas Schedule 1 status.Is Canada poised to overtake American researchers
Veterans and Medical Marijuana Medical marijuana doesn’t apply to Veterans, troops and veterans risk reprimand from the military if they self-medicate. Tom couldn’t sleep. He tried prescription sleep aids, but nothing really worked until he he tried marijuana. “I tried it very sparingly and slept the whole night for the first time in like months,” Tom said.
Judge Neil Cohen ordered Illinois Department of Public Health Director Nirav Shah to add PTSD to qualifying conditions within 30 days. Illinois must add PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) to the list of qualifying conditions eligible for medical marijuana treatment, a Cook County judge ordered Tuesday in a sternly worded ruling that also said the state’s
Cannabis gives relief but patients still feel judged Trini is a medical cannabis patient who smokes to help her PTSD, arthritis, and social anxiety. In this video she shares her personal experience with being a marijuana-smoking patient and the judgement that comes along with it. Andrew BohanAndrew Bohan is a part time contributor to
Senate Approves Funding Bill That Allows Veterans to Access Medical Marijuana Amendment Would Allow VA Doctors to Recommend Medical Marijuana to Their Patients in States Where It’s Legal The Senate today passed the FY2016 Military Construction and Veterans Affairs (MilCon-VA) Appropriations Bill, which includes language to allow Veterans Administration (VA) doctors to recommend medical marijuana
2015 Cannaball Run is Coming to Denver to Stress Benefits of Cannabis in Treating War Trauma for America’s Veterans Denver – As part of a national effort to raise awareness about the medical benefits of cannabis in treating illnesses related to war trauma, a cross-country education and awareness campaign is coming to Denver, Colo. on