Drugs related to tetrahydrocannabinol

@article{Razdan1983DrugsRT,
  title={Drugs related to tetrahydrocannabinol},
  author={Raj Kumar Razdan and John F. Howes},
  journal={Medicinal Research Reviews},
  year={1983},
  volume={3}
}

Cannabinoids as Therapeutic Agents

Cannabinoid-derived therapeutants: further studies in the search for non-addicting drugs to relieve pain and discomfort, in Abstracts of Papers, 186th Meet.

Anti-inflammatory activity and accelerated stability studies of crude extract syrup of Cannabis sativa

Formulation of C. sativa as syrup using efficient carriers improves the pharmacological activity of the crude extract and significantly enhance the stability of the syrup with no observable biochemical and hematological changes in treated animals.

An outlook to non-pharmacological and novel approaches to combat the uncurable firing disorder

International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research Available online at www.globalresearchonline.net © Copyright

Cannabinoids for epilepsy.

No reliable conclusions can be drawn at present regarding the efficacy of cannabinoids as a treatment for epilepsy because the dose of 200 to 300 mg daily of cannabidiol was safely administered to small numbers of patients generally for short periods of time, and so the safety of long term cannabids treatment cannot be reliably assessed.

5. Soft Drugs

Cannabinoids for epilepsy.

No reliable conclusions can be drawn at present regarding the efficacy of cannabinoids as a treatment for epilepsy because the dose of 200 to 300 mg daily of cannabidiol was safely administered to small numbers of patients, for generally short periods of time, and so the safety of long term cannabIDiol treatment cannot be reliably assessed.

Retrometabolism‐Based Drug Design and Targeting

A comprehensive review including a general overview of the RMDD principles and a large number of specific examples from various pharmacological areas, including many recent developments, to illustrate R MDD concepts are presented.

Effect of the synthetic cannabinoid nabilone on spermatogenesis in mice

It is concluded that nabilone causes less testicular toxicity than the natural cannabinoids.

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