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Acute Psychotropic Eff Ects of Oral Cannabis Extract with a Defi Ned Content of Δ -tetrahydrocannabinol (thc) in Healthy Volunteers

@inproceedings{KaufmannAcutePE,
  title={Acute Psychotropic Eff Ects of Oral Cannabis Extract with a Defi Ned Content of $\Delta$ -tetrahydrocannabinol (thc) in Healthy Volunteers},
  author={R. M. Kaufmann and B. Kraft and R. Frey and D. Winkler and S. Weiszenbichler and S. Kasper and H. Kress}
}
systems, with their highest expression in the hip-pocampus, prefrontal cortex, olfactory areas, basal ganglia, cerebellum and spinal cord. This pattern may account for the eff ects of cannabi-noids on memory [61] , emotion and cognition [45]. Activation of cannabinoid receptors by smoking or ingesting cannabis can produce a variety of psychotropic eff ects. Pleasant eff ects of recreational cannabis intake reported by users are: " pleasure " , " relaxation " , " happiness " , " increased… Expand

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