Wednesday, January 1, 2014

NBC News: PTSD-Suffering Veteran of the Iraqi War Made Colorado's First Legal Purchase of Recreational Marijuana


The NBC News article is linked below.

NBC News: War Veteran Purchases $59 Worth of Legal Recreational Marijuana in Colorado

"Colorado's legal recreational marijuana industry kicked off Wednesday with an Iraq war veteran who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder making the first pot purchase under the new law.
Sean Azzariti of Denver, who helped campaign for Amendment 64, bought an eighth of an ounce of a strain called Bubba Kush and a pot-infused edible truffle for $59 at the 3D Cannabis Center — one of about a dozen retailers that began selling up to an ounce of weed to adults starting at 8 a.m. mountain time."

1 comment:

  1. Honestly I believe that this is a good idea because stress causes many people great problems such as depression. Some people just need a way to relax and a bubble bath doesn't work for everyone. Marijuana doesn't harm the body it's just a plant. It isn't something that was cooked up in a pot over a stove. I also think that it will be hilarious to watch people come up with proper names for marijuana. Instead of "Bubba Kush" it will be called James Wellington.