The Pharmacologic and Clinical Effects of Medical Cannabis

@article{Borgelt2013ThePA,
  title={The Pharmacologic and Clinical Effects of Medical Cannabis},
  author={L. Borgelt and K. Franson and A. Nussbaum and G. S. Wang},
  journal={Pharmacotherapy: The Journal of Human Pharmacology and Drug Therapy},
  year={2013},
  volume={33}
}
Cannabis, or marijuana, has been used for medicinal purposes for many years. Several types of cannabinoid medicines are available in the United States and Canada. Dronabinol (schedule III), nabilone (schedule II), and nabiximols (not U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved) are cannabis‐derived pharmaceuticals. Medical cannabis or medical marijuana, a leafy plant cultivated for the production of its leaves and flowering tops, is a schedule I drug, but patients obtain it through cannabis… Expand
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