Bryan Fant says medical cannabis, meditation, and yoga saved his life.

U.S. Army veteran Bryan Fant was a helicopter crewman suffering from service-connected neck and back pain.

After 17 years of service and three months in rehab, he was discharged from the Army and on the brink of a downward spiral.

He alienated his friends and family, he was suicidal, and he was hospitalized following a seizure derived from overmedication, fatigue, and malnourishment. 

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Shannon Corbeil ~ WeAreTheMighty.com

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