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    • By keith mclaughlin
      On this episode of Let’s be Blunt with Montel, Jesse shares with Montel his journey back from the brink of severe depression and anxiety through Ayahuasca therapy. Jesse Gould graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Economics. After graduating college, he worked briefly in investment banking before deciding to join the Army. He became an Army Ranger and served in 3 combat deployments. After his military service, professionally he went back into high finance, but personally struggled with severe anxiety and depression. He is the President and Founder of the Heroic Hearts Project, a non-profit dedicated to educating and connecting veterans to psychedelic treatment options.
       
       
    • By keith mclaughlin
      On this episode of Let’s be Blunt, Montel talks with the Chief Medical Executive for AMVETS, Cherissa Jackson. AMVETS is one of the oldest and largest VSO’s (Veteran Service Organization) in the US, and the only one to pass a resolution stating their support for veterans access medical cannabis. Cherissa is a combat nurse veteran who served a total of 23 years in the Air Force, 10 of those as an Air Force nurse. She is a veteran of both Operation Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom, having served a total of 3 combat deployments. She is on a mission to help address the needs of our veterans through education and awareness.
       
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    • By keith mclaughlin
      On this episode of Let’s Be Blunt, Montel talks with Bryan Buckley and George Sadler. Bryan is the CEO and Co-Founder of Helmand Valley Growers company and the Founder of the Battle Brothers Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to empowering veterans through community-based personal development, economic upward mobility, and progressive medical treatments to better their lives and the lives of their families. The Battle Brothers Foundation recently received IRB approval to launch an observational study on the use of cannabis to help combat PTSD in veterans. George is the CEO and Co-Founder of Platinum Vape and host of the podcast PV Unfiltered, and a proud supporter of the Battle Brothers Foundation.
       
       
       
    • By keith mclaughlin
      In this Special Edition episode of Let's Be Blunt, Montel Williams and fellow veterans speak out in support of medical cannabis in a virtual press conference organized by MPP in hopes of furthering the Compassionate Cares Act introduced by lawmakers earlier this year in South Carolina. According to the Veterans Affairs National website, veterans will not lose access to benefits if they use medical cannabis through a state sanctioned program, but they cannot allow use or possession at any VA facility due to federal laws, “Veteran participation in state marijuana programs does not affect eligibility for VA care and services. VA providers can and do discuss marijuana use with Veterans as part of comprehensive care planning, and adjust treatment plans as necessary.”
       
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    • By Leagoman
      Calling on all Veterans to help us get out from under the VA Pain Management’s Thumb and Start Healing through Medical Marijuana!!!


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