A new veterans’ drop-in centre in Sydney will focus on cannabis therapy for those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
The centre is being funded by Fredericton-based Marijuana for Trauma Inc., which was founded by Fabian Henry — a veteran who says he developed PTSD after serving in Afghanistan.
Henry said he tried traditional treatment but was unable to find relief.
“I took nine pills a day for three years and I almost killed myself, and then they sent me to a treatment program for alcohol. When you mix pills and alcohol, you’re really uncontrollable. And I led an uncontrollable life for three years,” he said.
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