ELEV8 MIND – BODY – SPIRIT
Elev8 veterans is a movement to educate and advocate for healthy cannabis consumption. Living a higher state of mind, body, and spirit, Elev8 veterans is all-inclusive. No matter your branch, gender, or spiritual affiliation, we invite you to join the Elev8 lifestyle.
Our mission is a simple one, we are focused on assisting veterans who are using Medical cannabis as a solution for pain management, PTSD and any other ailments or conditions. We want to improve veteran lives. Veterans deserve full legal access. Through Elev8, our team of veterans, counselors, and staff is dedicated to providing you top quality products. We want to be in a position to give away vaporizers to war veterans that are seeking cannabis as a healthier medication method. That’s right free stuff!
Purpose and Background:
Help us change the conversation about the transformative, life-saving health treatment value of medical cannabis. This health issue and the use of medical cannabis to resolve these issues is long overdue!
Medical cannabis is a proven, safe and common-sense approach to personal health management. It also provides a healthy option to the nightmare that is opiate-based drugs. Medical Cannabis It is now legal in 34 states and is recognized by experts such as the American College of Physicians, the American Public Health Association and the American Nurses Association as a safer alternative to many federally legal treatments. Medicinal cannabis is an incredibly effective tool for veterans challenged with managing their health issues
The US military conflicts over the past 17 years have revealed an overwhelmed ineffective health care system, ill-prepared for the type and severity of the war-related injuries we are seeing today. Almost 20 percent of the 2 million+ Iraq and Afghanistan veterans will experience post-traumatic stress or depression, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The VA is not properly equipped or trained to treat the complexity of every veteran’s mental and physical wounds, leaving former service members to cope with limited and inadequate treatment options. Veterans are normally forced into using harmful and additive prescription drugs, including powerful and addictive opiates. This is not productive for our veterans