Medical Cannabis Services Australia

Veterans Medical Cannabis for PTSD

MCS works closely with Health Care Practitioners (HCP’s) to ensure the highest member care.

Australian Veteran Access to FREE Medical Cannabis

Veterans face challenges after their service that are often new to them and can take many forms. The department of defense site provides helpful resources for veterans and their families to help adjust to these changes.

Seeking Medical Cannabis Treatment?

Are you an Australian veteran dealing with PTSD? Anxiety? Sleep disorders? Looking for information on treatment options. We want to help. MCS handles all aspects of the application process for Special Access to medical cannabis with the TGA. Our team of compassionate doctors and administrators is here to guide you through this new process. MCS makes it fast and easy for you and we handle all the paperwork.

Sign up to see a doctor

Any veteran suffering from anxiety, PTSD or other trauma related event can talk to a compassionate doctor to discuss treatment easily using our online system. Cannabis is also used to treat conditions such as chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting, sleep disorders, anxiety, PTSD, epilepsy, multiple  sclerosis, chronic non-cancer pain and palliative care. Do not suffer needlessly, Contact MCS today!

Treating PTSD with cannabis isn’t as simple as smoking a joint. If you’re not familiar with the different kinds, strains with high THC could make your anxiety worse. A preferred method for some people is Cannabidiol (CBD), which is a non-psychoactive component in cannabis so you could consider using CBD oil as well. The treatment isn’t perfect, but with the research that is going into it now it’s getting there.

Researchers have been talking about studying medical marijuana for patients with PTSD since 2009. The first study received approvals in 2016. With more research, science may be able to tell you the best way to use cannabis to medicate PTSD.

Treating PTSD with cannabis isn’t as simple as smoking a joint. If you’re not familiar with the different kinds, strains with high THC could make your anxiety worse. A preferred method for some people is Cannabidiol (CBD), which is a non-psychoactive component in cannabis so you could consider using CBD oil as well. The treatment isn’t perfect, but with the research that is going into it now it’s getting there.

Researchers have been talking about studying medical marijuana for patients with PTSD since 2009. The first study received approvals in 2016. With more research, science may be able to tell you the best way to use cannabis to medicate PTSD.

Treating PTSD with cannabis isn’t as simple as smoking a joint. If you’re not familiar with the different kinds, strains with high THC could make your anxiety worse. A preferred method for some people is Cannabidiol (CBD), which is a non-psychoactive component in cannabis so you could consider using CBD oil as well. The treatment isn’t perfect, but with the research that is going into it now it’s getting there.

Researchers have been talking about studying medical marijuana for patients with PTSD since 2009. The first study received approvals in 2016. With more research, science may be able to tell you the best way to use cannabis to medicate PTSD.

Why telemedicine is a great way
to access to Medical Cannabis

People today are busy and adding one more doctors appointment can be hard. Through the use of telemedicine, MCS is able to offer you access to cannabis compassionate Health Care Practitioners simply using your phone, tablet or PC. The service is discreet and private from any location you feel secure. Once registered, we book your appointment to meet with an HCP. It is that easy!

We offer our members a consultation with a cannabis friendly Health Care Practitioner via Telemedicine.

Our staff will be happy to explain the cannabis prescription process and help you choose a Licensed Commercial Producer (LCP). It is our job to walk you through the process of becoming a legal user of Cannabis as an effective medicine.