Marijuana For PTSD: Vets In Cannabis, Part 3

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A supporter holding a placard promoting the use of cannabis as a medicine stands alongside a marijuana plant during a 'Tea Party' organised by the United Patients Alliance (UPA), with food and drink products containing cannabis, opposite the Houses of Parliament in central London on October 10, 2017. (DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images)

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — On this week’s episode, part three in a four-part series on veterans and cannabis, host Brit Smith talks to Harvard trained Cannabis Physician Dr. Jordan Tishler about medical marijuana for PTSD. Dr. Tishler also has advice for military veterans who are struggling to get reliable information about how to use cannabis for Post-Traumatic Stress without it causing paranoia.

Dr. Tishler’s website: InhaleMD.com

 

DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:

LISTEN TO PART ONE:

AmeriCann And Bask: Vets In Cannabis, Part 1
AmeriCann And Bask: Vets In Cannabis, Part 1
In this episode, Brit talks to Tim Keogh, the CEO of AmeriCann Inc., and Army veteran Chapman Dickerson, the CEO of Bask Medical Dispensary.

LISTEN TO PART TWO:

Congressman Seth Moulton: Vets In Cannabis, Part 2
Congressman Seth Moulton: Vets In Cannabis, Part 2
Blunt Talk host Brit Smith talks to Rep. Seth Moulton about cannabis, veterans, and PTSD.

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