Colorado adds PTSD to medical marijuana qualifying conditions

Colorado medical marijuana dispensaries soon could experience an uptick in sales now that the state has made post-traumatic stress disorder a qualifying condition. Under the measure – which the governor signed into law Monday – military veterans and other patients with a physician’s recommendation will be permitted to buy medical cannabis for PTSD, the Denver Post reported. Sales could begin as early as next week, depending on how long it takes the state’s information technology office to prepare the forms, according to the newspaper. The inclusion of the illness among Colorado’s qualifying conditions has been ... Colorado adds PTSD to medical marijuana qualifying conditions is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs