We've written about marijuana medicine?now it turns out that the party drug known as Ectasy may be a useful treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which is a major problem for our returning soldiers.
The party drug known as Ecstasy, which has been against the law for years, is now being considered as a serious medicine for soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. In the March 4 edition of Military.com, Bryan Mitchell quotes a former Army Ranger who tried it as saying, "It's an extremely positive thing. I feel so lucky that I got to take part in the project. It's basically like years of therapy in two or three hours. You can't understand it until you've experienced it?If it helps soldiers like me recover, they're going to have to look at it seriously."
In light of the drug wars in Mexico that are now spilling across the border into the US, it seems way past time to end our futile war on drugs?we should do it NOW, before it's too late (and if you don't want to wake up one morning and find out it?s too late to save this website, please subscribe today!
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