Make America Chill Veterans Stainless Travel Mug

Make America Chill Veterans Stainless Travel Mug

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Did you know it's estimated that over 13 million people have PTSD at any given time in the United States? 

Many of these people resort to harmful pills and substances to cope with their PTSD, but we're trying to change that.

The "Make America Chill" Veteran Collection proudly supports veterans' access to cannabis for their PTSD symptoms. 

It features the words "Make America Chill Again," with the word "America" displayed with the flag colors. 

Behind the eye-catching text is a cannabis leaf, emphasizing the meaning behind the design.

Make America Chill Again resonates with the idea of chilling out with cannabis to cope with PTSD. 

In comparison to many other forms of medication, this is a safer and healthier alternative.
Show off your personal battle and support those who need the confidence to overcome their own conflicts.

You can chill with a cool drink of your favorite beverage sooner than you realize.

Don't delay order today!

  • Supporting veterans with PTSD
  • America-themed design
  • 14 oz. stainless steel construction
  • Friction lid , swivel spout, and comfort handle
  • Hand wash is recommended
  • Do not microwave
  • Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 6.2 x 3.375 (h x w x d) / 10.6 (circ.) inches

Why choose us?

We Support Veterans Access To Cannabis!

We believe that cannabis is medicine, and support veterans finding the safest & most effective ways to deal with their individual situations.

Veterans Fought For The Freedom To Choose

Side-effects from prescription drugs tend to be worse than the ailment that they are trying to 'cure.' Cannabis has less side-effects and more positive properties than poison pills.

Weed Is Safer Than PTSD
Stand For Those Who Stood For You!

Support the veterans' who put everything on the line for you, by showing them you support their choices in how they find relief from their invisible wars.