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psychoactive substance present in marijuana

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Other drawbacks of Marinol, compared with smoked marijuana, include delayed effects, reduced effects, and more reports of paranoia, Dr.
Connolly) (noting that Marinol is a Schedule III drug that is a form of THC); Cesamet, Leaf Science, http:// www.
Marinol RG 1240 or equivalent) in an amount of 11 000 kg
While chronic pain and loss of appetite and/or weight are specifically targeted indications of pharmaceutical products such as Marinol and Sativex, anxiety, depression, and insomnia have not yet been targeted as indications for pharmaceutical drug development.
B) Marinol [R], an FDA-approved medication, is a synthetic (i.
In 1985, the FDA approved Cesamet and Marinol, two drugs that contained synthetic versions of THC to treat chemotherapy side-effects.
However, the research indicates Marinol has a slow response (compared to smoking the real thing).
Intermediate chemicals company Stepan Company (NYSE:SCL) revealed on Thursday the acquisition of the Clarinol, Marinol and Pinnothin product lines for an undisclosed value.
International Resource News-June 24, 2011--Stepan Specialty Products acquires Clarinol, Marinol and Pinnothin product range of Lipid Nutrition BV(C)1994-2011 ENPublishing - http://www.
Oral forms of THC, the active ingredient in the plant, such as Marinol, are available by prescription.
The impact of ethanol and Marinol /marijuana usage on HIV+/AIDS patients undergoing azidothymidine, azidothymidine/ dideoxycytidine, or dideoxyinosine therapy.
They want to replace it with a taxpayer-financed, multimillion dollar boondoggle program under which the state's Department of Human Services would provide Marinol (an expensive pharmaceutical synthetic form of the active ingredient in marijuana) to patients who would be forced to requalify their medical conditions with a DHS-provided doctor, not their own physician.
One called Marinol has been approved in the United States since 1985, and another called Cesamet was cleared more recently.
The exciting new emulsion technologies include the recently launched Marinol Omega-3 Emulsion--a highly concentrated fish oil emulsion--and, for weight management, the Clarinol CLA and PinnoThin wowCAPS emulsion.
Solvay Pharmaceuticals manufactures Marinol, a synthetic form of THC that stimulates the appetite of AIDS patients and treats nausea associated with chemotherapy.