Controlled Cannabis Vaporizer Administration: Blood and Plasma Cannabinoids with and without Alcohol
OPEN Clinical chemistry | 29 May 2015
RL Hartman, TL Brown, G Milavetz, A Spurgin, DA Gorelick, G Gaffney and MA Huestis
Increased medical and legal cannabis intake is accompanied by greater use of cannabis vaporization and more cases of driving under the influence of cannabis. Although simultaneous Δ(9)-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and alcohol use is frequent, potential pharmacokinetic interactions are poorly understood. Here we studied blood and plasma vaporized cannabinoid disposition, with and without simultaneous oral low-dose alcohol.
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