“The second cannabis touched my lungs, I knew…it saved my life.” So says Noah Starr. After joining the Canadian military at 21, Noah returned from his service suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. “I feel like I couldn’t connect to anything or anyone,” he says. “I was suicidal. There were a lot of instances where I might not be here.”
“I had to make the decision: life or death.”
Happily, Noah found a way to heal, and to help others like himself, through CannaConnect. With nine offices across the country, the company’s goal is to connect patients with healthcare providers who understand the life-changing medicinal properties of cannabis. Through consultations and other services, people like Noah can make use of the plant’s many therapeutic benefits.