tetrahydrocannabidinol

tetrahydrocannabidinol

(ˈtɛtrəˈhaɪdrəʊˌkænəˈbɪdɪnɒl)
n
(Chemistry) the full name for THC
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In January, the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Health introduced a prohibition on the trafficking of some new synthetic drugs The decree focused on synthetic marijuana-type preparations, with colorful names like: "Genie," "Smoke relax your mind," "Rush," "Damiana chocolate," "Effya," and "Spice." These drugs contain substances with psychotropic effects similar to those from tetrahydrocannabidinol (THC) the effective ingredient of marijuana.