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DEA approves synthetic THC pharmaceutical drug

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) recently approved Syndros, a drug based on synthetic THC. This drug is developed by Insys Therapeutics, a pharmaceutical company not very cannabis ...

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Synthetic THC in Appendix II

Syndros is a drug formulation made from synthetic THC. It is used to treat nausea and vomiting, two of the most common symptoms of chemotherapy. The drug was previously approved by the FDA last summer as a treatment for nausea, vomiting, and weight loss in cancer and AIDS patients.

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Sad federal reality ...

The DEA approval places Syndros and its generic formulations in Schedule II of the Controlled Substances Act. This indicates a "strong potential for abuse", such as cocaine, morphine and many analgesics prescribed in the USA ... Natural cannabis is still classified in Appendix I, ranking it next to heroin in terms of dangerousness ...

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Insys ...

Insys donated 500 000 $ last September to fund the disinformation campaign against the legalization of cannabis in Arizona… And yet, now the company has received approval from DEA for its own cannabis drug. During the campaign, the company claimed to oppose the legalization measure. Because it would not protect the safety of the citizens and children of Arizona… Now, cannabis users in Arizona still face criminal charges. And even to possess small amounts of medical marijuana ...

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Insys fights cannabis users

While Insys may insist that safety is their biggest concern, their aggressive marketing strategies for Subsys, a drug containing fentanyl (an opiate 100 times more potent than morphine), say otherwise. It looks like the company is actually trying to kill a non-pharmaceutical market for marijuana. This in order to line his own pockets… Insys does not really consider the health and well-being of humanity…

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The very dangerous Subsys

It seems clear that in a world where everyone could grow and use their own cannabis, giant drug companies like Insys would inevitably lose a lot of revenue… More and more Americans succumb to (prescription) opioid overdoses every year. As a reminder, no death is recorded for the consumption of cannabis ...

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