Colorado group to offer war vets with debilitating injuries free marijuana


DENVER — War veterans in Colorado now have access to free marijuana.  The Grow4Vets organization is launching a program that will provide them with smokable and edible pot.  All of that access comes with a new health warning though, doctors want vets and anyone else who uses marijuana to make sure they let their health care provider know before being prescribed any medications.

A growing number of war veterans say marijuana can ease the pain of injuries and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)  many develop after serving their country.   In an interview with FOX31 Denver News  Iraq war veteran Sean Azzariti explained what it’s like to live with PTSD.   “It’s a crippling thing to take over, and cannabis,  it helps.”

Those in Colorado are happy to have access to legal marijuana.  Operation Grow4Vets will offer free marijuana, along with equipment to grow the plants as a  way to get around medical marijuana requirements that have restricted veterans in the past.

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Colorado group to offer war vets with debilitating injuries free marijuana

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