Veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder have a new place to turn in Cape Breton.
It’s a centre that offers to help vets get access to medical marijuana.
Marijuana for Trauma — Veterans Helping Veterans — has opened in the former Victoria Order of Nurses building on King’s Road in Sydney.
Founder Fabian Henry is from New Waterford but now lives in Fredericton.
He is a former military combat engineer who has suffered for years from post-traumatic stress disorder.
“After three years, I tried cannabis for the first time in my life and I got relief,” said Henry. “That was five years ago and I’ve only been on one medication for five years now.”
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