47 yr old male..diagnosed with Huntington's Disease feels that he needs to get high in order to alleviate alot of the chorea ( movement ) associated with Huntington's and it keeps him at a calmer mental state..Could he possibly benefit from the use of Marinol?
14 May 2010
based on your statements. stick with your use of marijuana. marinol is not marijuana and only contains synthetic thc based in seasame oil. every specie of marijuana contains varying levels of thc & some 60 cbd's or cannaboids. cbd's affect the cns more so than the brain. the calming affect is more the cbd's than thc.
im a patient not a dr.
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