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Introduction Cannabis sativa , also known as marijuana, is a plant that is recreationally ingested or smoked to produce psychoactive effects. 1 – 3 Marijuana contains many active metabolites known as cannabinoids, with the 2 main cannabinoids

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known as marijuana) has been used for medical purposes for centuries, with the earliest written record dating to 2737 BCE by the Chinese emperor Shen Nung and subsequent widespread use reported in other ancient cultures. 8–11 Cannabinoids are a group of

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association's leadership gathered in downtown Chicago, AVMA media relations staff took the opportunity to engage with the media on an important issue that's becoming more prevalent: the dangers pets face from marijuana, which became legal for recreational use

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60173. Comments must be signed by the person submitting them to be considered. Veterinary marijuana? States have been chipping away at the federal prohibition on medical marijuana since 1996, when California voters approved a referendum allowing

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cannabinoids that predominate are tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA) in marijuana and cannabidiolic acid (CBDA) in hemp. There are some plants that make larger quantities of cannabichromenic acid as well ( Figure 1 ) . 1 During processing and storage, there

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Veterinary MARIJUANA? With pet owners already using the drug as medicine, veterinarians need to join the debate By R. Scott Nolen ( Photo by R. Scott Nolen ) Miles was dying. The 12-year-old black Labrador Retriever-type dog

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surgically or nonsurgically . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2013 ; 242 : 1364 – 1372 . Use of marijuana in complementary and alternative veterinary medicine I recently took in an older Thoroughbred as a boarder on my farm. When it arrived, the horse had a

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career to a friend or family member. Condensed from Feb. 15, 2018 , JAVMA News Cannabis resource published for AVMA members With many states allowing medicinal marijuana use in humans and some allowing recreational use as well, the AVMA

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medical procedures. a Marijuana Currently, marijuana is the most commonly and widely used drug to which police dogs may be exposed. The popularity of marijuana as a recreational drug makes it easily accessible. Some street names include pot, weed

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Bad medicine or natural remedy? Veterinarians are likely to see more and more cases of accidental marijuana poisoning, particularly in states where the use of cannabis for human medicinal or recreational purposes has become legal, experts say

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