Gov. Chris Christie’s views on cannabis appear to be changing as a new measure was just signed in New Jersey to allow the use of cannabis to treat PTSD.
Veterans and others in New Jersey can now legally treat their post-traumatic stress disorder with marijuana. Christie has said he wants to make sure legalizing medical marijuana doesn’t become a backdoor into legalization for recreational use. New Jersey is the 18th state to allow medical marijuana to be used to treat PTSD.
New Jersey medical marijuana is also approved to treat multiple sclerosis, terminal cancer and muscular dystrophy, among other diseases. It’s also approved for seizures and glaucoma if those conditions resist conventional treatment. read more at thecannabist.co