Veterans For Cannabis


Honoring veterans. serving patients. saving lives.


Educational videos

Please watch the below videos to learn more about the benefits of CBD therapy and cannbis therapy for PTSD and chronic pain as well as many other teratment options.



the vfcf-50 case study

A first of its kind, privately funded program with a focus on reducing PTSD suicides and accidental overdose deaths caused by prescription pain medication in our Veterans and the general public. The VFCF-50 program uses DNA sequencing to determine-and verify the identity of-cannabis strains effective in reducing or alleviating the symptoms of PTSD and Chronic Pain. Performed in collaboration with Potent LTD. and Medicinal Genomics. The VFCF-50 case study represents the 22+ Veterans that take their own life each day and the more than 25 lives lost in our Veteran community each day from accidental overdose.

Dispensaries receive Responsible Vendor Certification by requiring specially trained bud tenders on staff to achieve a VFCF dispensary certificate. Look for the VFCF certified seal and you will find a dispensary providing verified cannabis strains and a staff with in-depth knowledge of their properties, strengths, and benefits.




for veterans

Get the specific, approved strain of cannabis you need. No guessing, testing, or stressing. Ensure your experience is the same, uniform experience each time.

  • DNA Sequenced cannabis strains known to benefit PTSD. and chronic pain sufferers
  • Privately funded by you and others who want to help Veterans. Done in collaboration with Potent LTD. and Medicinal Genomics.
  • DNA verification equals legitimacy-the right product with the right benefits for the right outcome and the same experience for the end user each time.
  • Partnership with VFCF means affordable, accessible care-free membership, low cost cannabis and preferred treatment through the VFCF network.



Free Membership to Veterans

Access to VFCF certified dispensaries displaying the VFCF logo.

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for physicians

The widespread prescription of opiate drugs to U.S. Veterans with chronic conditions has taken a terrible toll on our honored servicemen and women, with more than 22 Veterans a day committing suicide from PTSD and Veterans dying at a 50% greater rate of accidental overdose from prescription pain medications than the civilian population. While the therapeutic use of cannabis has been proven to alleviate many symptoms of PTSD and chronic pain (among many other symptoms and conditions), access is limited to those in a handful of states, and even in those rare places where sales are legal, in-depth education, and verification of the effects of specific cannabis strains is nearly nonexistent.

The VFCF-50 cannabis DNA sequencing program puts the pieces of the cannabis puzzle together for doctors, dispensaries, and patients, creating a verified genotype of common strains of cannabis with a structured educational program for Veterans and highly trained bud tenders (cannabis sommeliers), that includes verification of strain by sight and smell.

Veterans For Cannabis provides access to VFC Certified cannabis strains and also certified CBD oil that includes a dropper for dosing that has milliliters on the side of the dropper. Physicians most often shy away from cannabis recommendations because they do not understand how to advise the patient and there is no dosing protocol.  VFC has developed dosing schedules as well as a reliable, repeatable dosing option through our certified CBD oil. Now physicians can rest assured knowing the patient can accurately dose the CBD oil themselves.

With strain and outcome verification, comes legitimacy-and the ability for recommending physicians to confidently recommend treatment with cannabis to produce specific therapeutic results.

Look for the VFCF certified logo at dispensaries that are a part of our program. The VFCF 22-50 is a privately funded program created as a collaboration of Veterans for Cannabis Foundation, Medicinal Genomics, and Potent, LTD.


Informational Documents


Senator Isakson, Why do you continue to let Veterans die?