Synthetic Cannabinoids

@article{Mills2015SyntheticC,
  title={Synthetic Cannabinoids},
  author={Brooke Mills and Andr{\'e}s F. Y{\'e}pes and K. Nugent},
  journal={The American Journal of the Medical Sciences},
  year={2015},
  volume={350},
  pages={59–62}
}
Abstract:Synthetic cannabinoids (SCBs), also known under the brand names of “Spice,” “K2,” “herbal incense,” “Cloud 9,” “Mojo” and many others, are becoming a large public health concern due not only to their increasing use but also to their unpredictable toxicity and abuse potential. There are many types of SCBs, each having a unique binding affinity for cannabinoid receptors. Although both &Dgr;9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and SCBs stimulate the same receptors, cannabinoid receptor 1 (CB1… Expand
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