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PTSD

Oregon to Permit Medical Pot for PTSD

Since January 1 Oregonians suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder have been legally allowed to use and access medical marijuana after the state legislature passed bipartisan Senate Bill 281 in 2013, which added PTSD as the tenth qualifying condition&...

Marijuana Mountie Banned from Carrying Weapon

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police says that Mounties under the influence of medical marijuana will not be permitted to carry weapons or even operate patrol vehicles as long as they opt to smoke weed.

Top 5 Strains for Veterans

Veterans and others suffering from post traumatic stress tend to favor indica-dominant marijuana varieties over their sativa-dominant counterparts. Soothing and relaxing, indicas ease pain without inducing anxiety or heightening senses. Here are five distinctly different ...

POT and PTSD

Dr. Melamede is an associate professor at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and the CEO and president of Cannabis Science Inc. He is also on the advisory board of Veterans for Medical Marijuana Access.

A Soldier's Story

After discovering that medical marijuana works wonders in treating his own combat-related PTSD, one US Marine decided to start fighting for his fellow veterans and their right to safe access.

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