Veterans from across the country will be gathering in our nation’s capital on Memorial Day this year to not only honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice, but to advocate for a cause that isn’t typically associated with our nation’s heroes — the legalization of marijuana.
More than a dozen veterans with PTSD interviewed by The Globe in Oromocto, N.B., say their lives have been upended in the year since VAC instituted its new daily limits on cannabis.
Medical Cannabis Meets Business Innovation in Pittsburgh at Upcoming World Medical Cannabis Conference & Expo
Pittsburgh is making its mark as a cannabis industry hub for entrepreneurs, investors, and businesses with the return of the World Medical Cannabis Conference and Expo (WMCC Expo), April 12-14. Industry professionals from across the country will converge at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center to network, engage, and learn. Open to the public, theRead More
Next month, the qualifying medical conditions the state allows for medical cannabis use will expand to include chronic pain and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Marine Corps veteran Ed Erdos tried medical marijuana to ease his pain, and found that it also eased his mind.
The American Legion, representing millions of wartime vets, calls on Trump to loosen federal restrictions on medical marijuana research to help those suffering from PTSD, TBI, opioid abuse, and more.
Clinical trial will look at ‘efficacy and safety’ of marijuana in treating PTSD.
Why are so many military veterans reeling with “a sense of anger, hurt, frustration and betrayal?”
Marijuana for Trauma opens in Headingley, operates 12 other centres in Canada.
For as bad as the elections were for many Americans, it was a great election for marijuana