Canadian military Veterans have enjoyed access to government sponsored medical marijuana for the last two years. Though Veterans are experiencing success treating PTSD and pain (among other conditions) with marijuana, the Canadian government seems to be skeptical of the state of the program.
Leave it to the doctors
In the two years that Canadian Veterans have had access to medical marijuana, the enrollment figures have increased tenfold. Currently, the government will cover the cost of ten grams of marijuana for each veteran, each day. However, upon reviewing the current government spending on Veteran’s marijuana, officials were alarmed. Veterans Affairs Minister, Kent Hehr, said he was “shocked” to learn that his department lacked an “informed policy” on the use of prescription marijuana.
“I think there should be no cap and that every case should be judged on individual merit and that the doctor’s prescription is paramount.” – Mike Blais,…