Veterans, PTSD, and Medical Cannabis

Tennessean Adam House served 15 months in Afghanistan with the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team.  He speaks powerfully of the need to legalize medical marijuana for the treatment of PTSD symptoms.

3 thoughts on “Veterans, PTSD, and Medical Cannabis”

  1. Airman Adam House thank you for your service. Those of us with NORML are doing our best to get this to happen. You men and women have paid the price to choose to use this plant instead of being the pharmaceutical guinea pigs. Keep on fighting and we will keep on fighting. No woman or man left behind. Not one more person should take their lives because traditional medications do not work.

    Jane Stanley
    NORML Nebraska member 112

  2. I am a disable veteran I can tell you medical marijuana does work. It has saved my life.

  3. I hope that you get the care you need. I agree that a natural product is better than taking narcotics. You guys fought a war you didn’t ask for and the right thing to do is for you to be taken care of in the best way possible now. Thank you for your service.

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