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Many users prefer to vape instead of smoke since it is believed to be less harmful to the respiratory system, but still a quick and effective treatment against some PTSD symptoms FILE: Canadian Forces Master Corporal Shamus O’Reilly (L), gets a little taste of some sauce from Ronnie Fishman (R) of Hempster before a seven-course gourmet cannabis-infused dinner at Hempster’s Veteran Appreciation Dinner (catered by The Food Dudes). Ten Canadian military veterans dealing with PTSD enjoyed the dinner prepared with their veterans’ own prescription cannabis Saturday February 10, 2018. Jack Boland/Toronto Sun/Postmedia Network Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) is mulling putting disposable cannabis vape pens on the list of drugs and devices that qualify for a reimbursement program. The department has categorized vaporizers as medical devices for about five years. Veterans, as well as retired RCMP officers, may be reimbursed up to $300 for their purchase of a vape to be used with doctor-prescribed medical cannabis. Since then, VAC has footed the bill for almost 7,000 of the devices, most of which were dry herb vapes. Veterans Affairs Canada mulls adding disposable vape pens to reimbursement program

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