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NABILONE is used to treat nausea and vomiting caused by cancer treatment. It is used by patients who do not respond to other medicines. Compare cannabinoids.
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Marinol vs. Marijuana: What’s the Difference?

Dr. Sharon Orrange
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Let’s start with the fact that Marinol is FDA approved for chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, and anorexia from AIDS. Currently, there is no FDA-approved medical indication for prescribing marijuana. So, why is one approved and not the other? Do they work? And what are their differences?



What is Marinol?

Marinol is an FDA-approved medication with dronabinol, a synthetic form of THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol), as its active ingredient. See More

Epidiolex, the First FDA-Approved Cannabis Medication, Nears Market

Roni Shye
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The US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has just rescheduled Epidiolex—the recently-approved, cannabis-derived drug for rare forms of childhood epilepsy—from Schedule I to Schedule V. Schedule 1 drugs are not allowed to be prescribed by doctors due to their high potential for abuse, lack of medical use and limited safety data. Schedule V drugs are those considered to have medical use and carry a low potential for abuse, which means Epidiolex has crossed yet another regulatory hurdle to get to market. See More

Marijuana-Based Medications in 2018 – Here’s What You Should Know

Dr. Sharon Orrange
Dr. Sharon Orrange -

Doctors are increasingly faced with questions from patients about marijuana and its medical uses. Let’s start with the fact that dronabinol (Marinol, Syndros), nabilone (Cesamet) and cannabidiol (Epidiolex) are medications approved by the FDA. Currently, there is no-FDA approved medical indication for prescribing marijuana.



Here’s what you should know.


What is marijuana FDA-approved for?

Nothing, yet. See More

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