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cannabinoid

 [kah-nab´ĭ-noid]
any of the principles of Cannabis, including tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabinol.

cannabinoid

/can·nab·i·noid/ (kah-nab´ĭ-noid) any of the principles of Cannabis, including tetrahydrocannabinol, cannabinol, and cannabidiol.

cannabinoid

(kə-năb′ə-noid′)
n.
Any of various organic substances, such as THC, found in cannabis.

cannabinoid

any of the active principles of Cannabis, including tetrahydrocannabinol, cannabinol and cannabidiol.
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Recent literature has documented reports of acute kidney injury (AKI) in association with the use of synthetic cannabinoids (SCB); however, the pathogenesis of this complication is not known.
The synthetic cannabinoids have been marketed as herbal smoking mixtures under names such as Spice Gold, K2, Kronic and Exodus Damnation.
Researchers created synthetic cannabinoids in the 1980s as tools to understand the body's endocannabinoid system, which is involved in learning, memory, appetite, fighting disease and pain.
Synthetic cannabinoids are also known as "K2" or "spice" to users, Baumann says.
Surveillance by the nations' poison control centers and reports of emergency room visits resulting from synthetic cannabinoid use show that adverse health effects are occurring frequently across the country.
Some of the most popular street and product names for synthetic cannabinoid in Texas are Crush, Climax, World's Finest, Nice Guys, Dopey the Dope, Killer Gorilla, Space Cadet, Amsterdam, Spice, Potpourri, Scobey Snacks, Godfather, Rainbow, Mega Buzz, and Serenity.
Synthetic cannabinoid overdose in a 20-year-old male US soldier.
Spice, a synthetic cannabinoid, was recently placed on the DEA temporary list of controlled substances.
The release of the March 25, 2010 NAVADMIN 108/10 reemphasized Navy policy on substance abuse, specifically prohibiting possession of substances that contain synthetic cannabinoid compounds.
These products are typically sold as incense or potpourri and consist of synthetic cannabinoid chemicals sprayed on dried leaves, flowers and herbs.

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