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cannabinoid

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

cannabinoid

(kə-năb′ə-noid′)
n.
Any of various organic substances, such as THC, found in cannabis.
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Though recreational marijuana is legal in four states and the District of Columbia, synthetic cannabinoids are still in demand.
An 18-year old male patient who was a synthetic cannabinoid "bonzai" addict was brought to our emergency department by his friends because of clouding of consciousness.
Synthetic cannabinoids, for example, are one of the three most-used drugs among U.S.
Treatment of synthetic cannabinoid intoxication proves to be uncharted, murky waters for physicians.
In 2013, CDC and collaborators reported on a nationwide outbreak of acute kidney injury (AKI) associated with one synthetic cannabinoid, XLR-11.
Similar to synthetic cathinones, data shows that the peak incidence of synthetic cannabinoid use may have passed.
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.
Huffman, a leading scientist in synthetic cannabinoid development, made more than 450 cannabinoid compounds to help advance the treatment of serious ailments like multiple sclerosis, AIDS, and cancer.
Major finding: Sixteen cases of acute kidney injury occurred after synthetic cannabinoid use in six states in 2012.
Nabilone is a synthetic cannabinoid, which mimics some of the chemical compounds of cannabis, or marijuana.
A July 2012 federal law placed many synthetic cannabinoid ingredients into schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act, but manufacturers keep changing the ingredients, so they still can be bought legally.

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