The study’s subjects – and its biggest champions – are veterans. a measure from the VA funding bill that would allow VA doctors to discuss marijuana as a treatment option in states where it’s legal.
· Phytocannabinoids are also helpful for treating alcoholism, which is highly common in PTSD patients. A patient survey study found that ptsd patients prefer cannabis over alcohol and other illicit substances because the side effects are minimal and temporary. Medical cannabis use tends to reduce aggressive behaviors,
· But the VA website makes its current stance on marijuana clear: “There is no evidence at this time that marijuana is an effective treatment for PTSD.” For SCVA members, that’s not such a big.
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Divya Shroff, a staff physician at the Veterans Affairs. paperless. A study commissioned by the Department of Health and Human Services last fall reported that one-quarter of American physicians.
· The DoD has over 1,200 health care facilities nationwide, including 170 VA Medical Centers, and over 1,000 outpatient sites of care. These serve over 9 Million enrolled veterans annually. 75% of that population have made it known that they would welcome cannabis as a treatment option. The two largest VSOs (VFW and AL) have made demands for.
Veterans treatment courts provide assistance with those. the Bloomington native started using “Spice,” a form of synthetic marijuana. His drug use forced him to leave the Army just shy of his 21st.
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Veterans & Addiction. This is especially true for soldiers who have experienced combat. ondcp quotes the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) as saying that alcohol and drug abuse is strongly associated with exposure to scenes of violence in combat that make individual soldiers deeply afraid for their personal safety and wellbeing.
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Mainville said she’s comfortable recommending marijuana because of its long. military veterans are covered for the drug through a public program. Veterans Affairs Canada has approved it based on.