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Evaluation of Smoked THC and CBD in Men and Women
The purpose of this study is to determine the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of inhaled cannabis with varying amounts of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), and cannabidiol (CBD) and to evaluate detection of recently smoked THC in oral fluid.
- Male or non-pregnant and non-lactating females aged 21-55 years
- Report weekly-monthly use of cannabis (≤1 day per week) over the past month prior to screening,
- Not currently seeking treatment for their cannabis use
- Have a Body Mass Index from 18.5 - 34kg/m2.
- Able to perform all study procedures
- Must be using a contraceptive (hormonal or barrier methods)
- Meeting DSM-V criteria for moderate to severe Cannabis Use disorder (CUD) or any substance use disorder other than nicotine, caffeine
- Any other Axis I disorder
- Report using other illicit drugs in the prior 4 weeks, other than cannabis.
- Current use of any medications that may affect study outcomes
- If medical history, physical and psychiatric examination, or laboratory tests performed during the screening process are not within the normal range and / or reveal any significant illness (e.g., hypertension) as judged by the study physician and to put the participant at greater risk of experiencing adverse events due to completion of study procedures.
- Pregnancy is exclusionary due to the possible effects of the study medication on fetal development.
- History of an allergic reaction or adverse reaction to cannabis is exclusionary.
- History of respiratory illness or current respiratory illness
- Currently enrolled in another research protocol
- Not using a contraceptive method (hormonal or barrier methods)
- The evaluating physician reviews all medical assessments along with medical history. Any disorders that might make cannabis administration hazardous are exclusionary.
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