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PTSD

Marijuana-For-PTSD Researcher Up For $2M Grant

Dr. Sue Sisley, the University of Arizona researcher who was fired under political pressure, has been recommended for a $2 million grant by the Colorado State Medical Marijuana Scientific Advisory Council.

Ayahuasca: Remedy or Risk?

Can this be the next homeopathic cure for PTSD and more?

Study: Marijuana Prevents PTSD

Cannabis may have even more healing properties in the battle against Post Traumatic Stress Disorder than scientists originally gave credit. Researchers from the University of Haifa in Israel recently uncovered evidence to suggest that cannabinoids are not only c...

MedCan Patient Sues Employer for Discrimination

Medical marijuana patients still sweating it out in the workforce continue to lose their jobs for using cannabis an alternative to prescription drugs. Most recently, Donna Smith, a medical marijuana cardholder in New Mexico was terminated from her position at Presbyterian...

The Clinic: Arizona Adds PTSD to MedCan Conditions

Just a week after University of Arizona researcher Sue Sisley was fired from her job, effectively shutting down crucial, federally approved research into the potential of cannabis as a treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), the state of Arizona officially ad...

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