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Noun1.dronabinol - psychoactive substance present in marijuana; used therapeutically to control nausea associated with cancer therapy
consciousness-altering drug, mind-altering drug, psychoactive drug, psychoactive substance - a drug that can produce mood changes and distorted perceptions
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He prefers to use Marinol (drobinol), an approved pill form of THC, which is one constituent of marijuana.
Marinol [a drug with an active ingredient found naturally in marijuana] has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration and the Drug Enforcement Administration as a Schedule 3 medication .
117) This approach explains why the FDA has not approved marijuana prescription sales but has approved the sale of Marinol and Cesamet--specific medical products which incorporate synthetic THC--by prescription.
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use of Marinol, a prescribed drug containing THC, marijuana's active ingredient).
The drugs Marinol and Cesamet are THC compounds in pill form, approved by the Food and Drug Administration to treat chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting and AIDS-related anorexia and wasting.
Consider the prescription alternatives to medical pot: Nabilone and Marinol (dronabinol, which is tetrahydrocannabinol) are approved for prescription use in the United States.
The patent on Marinol [R] expired in 2011, and an authorized generic version has become available from Watson Pharmaceuticals.
How does Marinol [R] (synthetic THC) meet FDA standards?