Minnesotans who use medical pot to treat post-traumatic stress disorder are reporting less anxiety and improvements in mood and sleep, according to a new state health survey.

About three-quarters of survey respondents said medical cannabis has helped them cope with their PTSD, a report released by the Minnesota Department of Health shows.

And about seven in 10 respondents reported “clinically meaningful improvement” on a tool that measures the severity of PTSD symptoms. 

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Ryan Faircloth ~ TwinCities.com

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