The ‘entourage effect’ or ‘hodge-podge hashish’: the questionable rebranding, marketing, and expectations of cannabis polypharmacy

@article{Cogan2020TheE,
  title={The ‘entourage effect’ or ‘hodge-podge hashish’: the questionable rebranding, marketing, and expectations of cannabis polypharmacy},
  author={P. Cogan},
  journal={Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology},
  year={2020},
  volume={13},
  pages={835 - 845}
}
  • P. Cogan
  • Published 2020
  • Medicine
  • Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology
  • ABSTRACT Introduction The concept of a cannabis ‘entourage effect’ was first coined as a hypothetical afterthought in 1998. Since then, multiple scientific reviews, lay articles, and marketing campaigns have promoted the effect as a wholly beneficial manifestation of polypharmacy expected to modulate the therapeutic effects of cannabis and its derivatives. There is reason to wonder at the authenticity of such claims. Areas covered A broad definition of the entourage effect is presented… CONTINUE READING
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