Minnesota approves PTSD for medical cannabis program

Minnesota’s two medical marijuana producers will be getting a bigger patient base and more ways to deliver MMJ to patients under a new ruling released Thursday by the state’s health department.

Medical patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder will be able to start making MMJ purchases in August, and the two medical cannabis producers will be allowed to start manufacturing infused topical patches, creams and lotions, the Associated Press reported.

The state Department of Health announced the addition of PTSD to the qualifying condition list on Thursday but declined to add autism, arthritis and depression. Five other conditions


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