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Medical Cannabis for Chronic Pain

Medical Cannabis for PTSD

Patient Education:

Risks, Adverse Effects, Medication Interactions & more. 

*good read*

Possible Medication Interactions 

*please talk to your doctors about possible medication interactions*

Medical Cannabis has the potential to interact with Cytochrome P450 Enzyme medications

THC can decrease serum concentrations in:

Clozapine

Duloxetine

Naproxen

Cyclobenzaprine

Olanzapine

Haloperidol

If smoked Theophylline

CBD can increase concentrations in:

Benzodiazepines

Macrolides (Anti-Biotic)

Calcium Channel Blockers

Cyclosporine

Sildenafil

Anti-Histamines

Haloperidol

Anti-Retrovirals

Atorvastatin & Simvastatin 

(Pravastatin & Rosuvastatin not affected)

SSRI

Tricyclic Anti-depressants 

Anti-pyschotics

Beta-Blockers

Opioids 

Clonazepam

WAFARIN - INR levels can be increased. 

Medical Cannabis has a CNS depressant affect with:

Alcohol

Barbiturates

Benzodiazepines 

Alcohol can potentially increase THC levels 

Above information is referenced from an article by the Department of Health District of Columbia.

Common Adverse Effects

Anxiety

 

Reduced tear flow

Altered sense of time

Decreased eye blink rate

Bronchitis

Dizziness

Red eyes

Changes in visual perceptions

Decreased sperm count

Dry mouth

(and possibly associated caries and periodontitis)

Slowed pupillary response to light

Sedation


Reduced coordination
 

Ataxia

Cough

Dysphoria

(Ashton 1999, Hall and Solowij 1998, Handbook on Cannabis 2015)

Contact

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