cannabidiol

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General

Canada-Approved Medicine

This monograph describes a medication approved for use in Canada by the Therapeutic Products Directorate, a division of Health Canada’s Health Products and Food Branch. The medication is not approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration; however, a similar formulation carrying a different generic or brand name might be available in the US.

cannabidiol

Pronunciation:
ka-na-bi-dye-ole

delta-9–tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)

Pronunciation:
del-ta nine tet-re-hye-dro-ka-na-bi-nole

Trade Name(s)

  • Sativex Canadian Tradename

Ther. Class.
analgesic adjuncts, therapeutic
antispasticity agents

Pharm. Class.
cannabinoids

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General

Canada-Approved Medicine

This monograph describes a medication approved for use in Canada by the Therapeutic Products Directorate, a division of Health Canada’s Health Products and Food Branch. The medication is not approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration; however, a similar formulation carrying a different generic or brand name might be available in the US.

cannabidiol

Pronunciation:
ka-na-bi-dye-ole

delta-9–tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)

Pronunciation:
del-ta nine tet-re-hye-dro-ka-na-bi-nole

Trade Name(s)

  • Sativex Canadian Tradename

Ther. Class.
analgesic adjuncts, therapeutic
antispasticity agents

Pharm. Class.
cannabinoids

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