On Monday, New Jersey legislature put the stamp of approval on a final draft to add PTSD to the state’s list of qualified conditions. And now its up to Gov. Christie to sign or veto.  

The Bill is to assist veterans and civilians suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) will have the freedom to treat their condition under the state’s medical marijuana program. If this passes, it will be a giant leap for our well deserved military vets who just want to live a normal life, and, a tour de force to show the other states, that New Jersey leads the way in helping medicinal needs of Americans.

Frank Labrozzi, CEO of Novus MedPlan a national medical marijuana health plan, states. “ PTSD is serious illness/condition that needs to be addressed and medical marijuana has the organic properties to offer much needed relief for this condition that takes a significant amount of time to overcome for our military vets. So we are all hoping Gov Christie who has the power to make actionable history on this measure will give the positive attention it deserves”. 

Unfortunately, too many states are moving slowly the include PTSD as part of their mainstream medical marijuana initiatives, and as always, governmental restrictions hinder marijuana research, not allowing science in the private and public sector to explore this plant.

Gov. Christie, you have not served in the military, and will never understand the after affects of combat, but there over 50,000 vets that suffer from this daily, but one thing you do understand Gov Christie, you probably know many 911 victims and their families who are suffering too, as concerned citizens in the MMJ Community, Sign That Bill

And I encourage the Twitter followers to retweet this article so Gov. Christie will be encouraged to  “SIGN THAT BILL”  @GovChristie

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