I never had dreams to join the military, but I didn’t have a lot of choices for the future, my mom in addition to our dad never graduated from high college or college, in addition to I grew up in a small farming community.A few of our friends in addition to I decided to go to the recruiter together… I joined the Navy in addition to I spent seven in the marine corp.
My neighbor Bryan joined the Navy too, in addition to every one of us got stationed together at the same site.
It was great to have a friend, because it was very startling back then. I spent 3 years off the coast on a tiny naval ship, every one of us were sent overseas to fight a war in addition to the fighting left me with some severe PTSD. After I left the Navy, I still continued to have flashbacks, anxiety, in addition to stress, then luckily, I live in a state where marijuana is legal for recreational in addition to medicinal purposes. I didn’t even need to talk to a doctor about our diagnosis, but I decided it was the best course of action. I didn’t have any clue if the marijuana would interact with some of the other drugs that I take officially for our heartburn in addition to high blood pressure, then the doctor thought marijuana was a great idea to treat PTSD, so he sent me to a specialty clinic. I talked to a doctor about marijuana as a treatment option. The doctor agreed to prescribe marijuana so I could save money on taxes. Medical patients don’t have to pay sales tax on weed. I have been officially using marijuana for the past couple of months and it has had a positive impact on our life. I sleep better in addition to waking up refreshed. I’m also getting along with our coworkers much better.