VA benefits because of marijuana use. Veterans are encouraged to discuss marijuana use with their VA providers. VA health care providers will
There is no evidence at this time that marijuana is an effective treatment for PTSD. This page reviews the prevalence of marijuana use and associated problems, and offers clinical recommendations for treatment of marijuana addiction in people with PTSD.
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According to the researchers, more information is needed on the clinical effects marijuana, including studies comparing marijuana with other pharmacologic
data lacking on benefits and risks of medical marijuana for chronic pain and PTSD States that allow medical marijuana tend to have lower rates
effects of marijuana. (Photo by Jeff Bowen) Smoking marijuana is not as bad as smoking cigarettes when it comes to lung disease. Marijuana usage
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Reviews clinical practice guidelines for medications used to treat PTSD. Includes discussion of research underlying recommendations, common barriers to effective medication treatment, and future directions for pharmacotherapy research.
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