Interaction between Cannabis and Other Drugs
From the drug scene it is well known that the consumption of cannabis is often combined with the abuse of other drugs. Unpredictable interaction effects, in particular an increase in toxicity might be the consequence of such combinations. Experimental work on this subject is rare and only shows that crude cannabis preparations and some of its constituents enhance the barbiturate sleeping time and some amphetamine-effects in small rodents. In view of these sparse results we felt that interaction studies between cannabis extracts or their constituents and other drugs would be of particular interest.
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