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“I have found in my study of these patients that cannabis is really a safe, effective and non-toxic alternative to many standard medications. There is no such thing as an overdose. We have seen very minimal problems with abuse or dependence, which at worst are equivalent to dependence on caffeine. While a substance may have some potential for misuse, in my opinion, that’s a poor excuse to deny its use and benefit to everyone else.”
— Phillip Denney, MD

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Veteran Owned and Operated.

 

Below are links to organizations that are working to help others in our community called Humanity. Please take a look at them and get engaged with doing something that can change the world for better. It's a great world now, lets make it better. 

Texas Veterans Cannabis Forum

On the 26th of May, 2018 we hosted our first ever forum. We wanted to focus this forum on Veterans since it was Memorial Day weekend. As veterans we understand what it is like to bring the war home with you. Some of these vets we remember on this day, lost thier lives from suicide or overdoses that were caused by the pills and booze we consume. I remember these military heros as well. In my eyes they too have fallen in battle. Those that battle with sickness from the war, PTSD from the war, a cocktail of pills that the VA perscribes that they got from being in the war, are all in need of a  choice. A choice to choose cannabis over medication, for survival, and to get back to the person they want to be. 

 
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Thank You to the veterans who spoke at the American Legion

Post 453

This is the first time that an American Legion post gave access to a cannabis activist group. This was a very big deal for multiple reasons. First, the American Legion supports the de-scheduling of cannabis for research reasons alone and speak upon these issues directly from the Legion and not an outside source. 

Second, normally cannabis forums are held in places that are not a very political venue because they are not allowed. Normally you will see rallies and marches for political reasons in front of city halls and government buildings, but not very often will you see a forum to educate the public at a venue that has such a strong political influence on the country where veterans are concerned. 

Third, is the fact that they took that leap. Many of my fellow activist normally will not consider places like the VFW or American Legion to hold a venue on medical marijuana. I can understand why, but if we just ask we might be surprised at the answer. The American Legion took a risk, they knew that this subject needs to be talked about and if it can help veterans then it is their duty to allow it. 

 Commander Bobby Vandenbush

Commander Bobby Vandenbush

Bobby Vandenbush is the current Post Commander. If you would like more information on the American Legion Post 453, Please click on the link. 

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The crowd listened and actively PARTICIPATED. 

We has several questions on how to get active in changing laws and what it will take to fix our broken system.