Esteemed Provider to Discuss Uses for Marijuana in the Realm of PTSD and More
ORLANDO, FL - (NewMediaWire) - September 23, 2015 - The International Canna Pro Expo will be taking place from October 2 - 4, 2015, at Caribe Royal All-Suite Hotel & Convention Center. The organizers for the event are excited to announce that it will be open to the public, not just those in the medical field, and the upcoming event will host several exciting speakers, including Montel Williams and Dr. Suzanne A. Sisley.
Dr. Sisley specializes in internal medicine and psychiatry, and she hasn't ceased to stop studying the potential uses for medical marijuana and its use for veterans diagnosed with PTSD. Her research has been backed by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (also known as "MAPS"), a non-profit organization based out of California.
For many years, marijuana has been considered a Schedule 1 controlled substance. As such, opportunities for study in the United States have been severely limited. Now, changing laws and eager medical professionals have contributed to a significant amount of research in recent years that will help to incorporate the countless benefits of the herb into modern medicine.
This event will focus on bringing together skilled professionals within the business and medical fields. It's also expected that they will discuss the implications and implementations of medical marijuana. The agenda includes topics ranging from PTSD, cancer, anxiety disorders, and even movement disorders.
Attendees can expect to hear testimonies from patients that benefit by medical marijuana. Providers, which have studied the many positive effects of marijuana within the health occupations industry, will grace those in attendance with a great deal of information and experience. There will also be ample time for networking opportunities. More information can be found at http://InternationalCannaProExpo.com .
About International Canna Pro Expo
The International Canna Pro Expo offers a platform where health care and business professionals, patients, and the general public can convene to network and learn about the science of medical cannabis.
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