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Founded in 2014, Operation Grow4Vets is the only organization providing America’s heroes with free cannabis products to help treat ailments like PTSD, Chronic Pain and more.

Not only does Operation Grow4Vets provide cannabis to veterans, but they donate grow equipment and help veterans find jobs in the cannabis industry as well.

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May 20, 2014

Operation Grow4Vets: Helping Veterans Gain Access To Cannabis Medicine
As we’ve discussed before, cannabis has shown promise in the treatment of PTSD. Despite this, it is not considered to be a qualifying condition for medical marijuana in the state of Colorado. Thanks to the passing of Amendment 64 and the opening of retail cannabis facilities in Colorado earlier this year, veterans have been able to secure access to cannabis in a safe, regulated environment. However, the cost of adult-use cannabis in Colorado is notably higher than medical marijuana and these veterans are left to foot the …

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