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Medical Marijuana For Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

What Is PTSD?

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder related to exposure to trauma. This disorder is commonly observed in military veterans and those who have experienced assault or abuse.

Symptoms of PTSD can be:

  • Insomnia

  • Irritability or bouts of anger 

  • Inability to concentrate

  • Blackouts

  • Extreme phobias

  • Hallucinations

  • Homicidal or suicidal ideation

Get Your West Virginia Medical Marijuana Card

in Four Easy Steps!

Step 1

Schedule an appointment online or by calling us at (877) 303-3115.

Step 2
Submit your patient form, State ID, medical records and make your payment.
Step 3

Connect with our doctor using your phone, computer or tablet.

Step 4

Receive your West Virginia Marijuana Card and access dispensaries to purchase product!

How Medical Marijuana Can Help PTSD

The current treatments for PTSD include therapy and medications to reduce anxiety, but both have complications. Therapy may not offer the relief that a PTSD sufferer needs from physical symptoms, while traditional medications can only target the physical symptoms of PTSD, and often come with unpleasant side effects such as weight gain and a lowered libido.

 

Because cannabinoid receptors are located in both the brain and throughout the body, medical marijuana treatment can provide relief from symptoms such as anxiety, stress, depression and hallucinations, as well as relief from the physical symptoms of PTSD such as pain and the inability to sleep.

Get Approved For Medical Marijuana Treatment

If you or someone you know is a West Virginia resident living with a qualifying condition and are interested in medical marijuana treatment, we are here to help! Schedule an appointment today by calling us at (877)303-3115 or schedule online.

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