Delaware eases PTSD patient access to medical marijuana

Delaware’s four medical marijuana dispensaries could see an uptick in business thanks to a change in state law that makes it easier for patients with post-traumatic stress disorder to obtain medical marijuana. Under the new law, PTSD patients can get a recommendation for MMJ from any licensed physician. Previously, PTSD patients had to receive a recommendation from a licensed psychiatrist in the state to get a medical cannabis card. Delaware Gov. John Carney signed the Bravery Bill, as the new measure is known, into law on Thursday. Delaware currently hasĀ two operational dispensaries, both run ... Delaware eases PTSD patient access to medical marijuana is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs