SATIVEX (NABIXIMOLS)

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Sativex (Nabiximols) is a specific extract of Cannabis that was approved as a botanical drug as a mouth spray to alleviate neuropathic pain, spasticity, overactive bladder, and other symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
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What Is Sativex? And How Is It Different from Marijuana?

Buy Sativex (Nabiximols) Online is the very pharma-sounding marijuana-base patente pharmaceutical that has been approve in over 24 countries and counting.

Available as a peppermint-flavored mouth spray, it is the first pharmaceutical drug of its kind. It is currently being prescribe as a method of coping for patients with MS (multiple sclerosis) in countries such as the United Kingdom, Spain, Australia, and Canada. It could be approve for use in the United States too.

This article will seek to answer the question, “what is Sativex?” It will touch upon how it’s made and try to clear up just how the legality of this marijuana-extract actually differs from the still-illegal-in-the-USA marijuana.

What’s the Difference Between Sativex and Marijuana?

GW Pharmaceuticals is the UK-base company behind the drug, and they are quite open about the fact that Sativex contains the very same compounds as cannabis.

So, what is the difference? Well, the drug is manufacture using modern processes that standardize the medicine, resulting in a chemical compound calle “Nabiximol.” This means that each and every bottle of the spray create contains the same concentration of ingredients, including a 1:1 equal ratio of THC to CBD.

When it comes to medical marijuana, it’s the lack of standardization that throws up an obstacle for doctors uncomfortable in lending their support for legalization.

Sativex is create using cannabis, and while the aforementione ratio of THC to CBD can be lower than other, more potent strains of cannabis, it can still produce a high similar to that of smoking marijuana.

This means the most commonly reporte side effects of using Sativex typically include fatigue and dizziness.

Medical marijuana users are now often quite savvy in avoiding the negative effects of smoking in general, opting for vaporizers to circumvent issues of oral discomfort. This isn’t the case for a portion of Sativex users, who have reported oral discomfort after administering the mouth spray.

Although the compounds are similar, it’s the method of consumption and levels of standardization that marks Sativex out as different from medical marijuana.

What’s the Difference Between Sativex & CBD Oils?

As mentione, the ratio of THC to CBD in Sativex is basically 1:1 with a few other components thrown in for good measure. This ratio was teste by the company for remedying a variety of symptoms relate to MS and some chronic pain conditions, and it was found to work quite well with a good balance of safety and effectiveness, which resulte in fewer side effects.

Where the drug differs from CBD oils is its THC content. CBD oils typically contain a negligible amount of THC, which serves to set them apart from other medical marijuana products in terms of legality.

The low to virtually nonexistent amounts of THC in CBD oils also ensure that users do not experience the aforementioned side effects that Sativex users have reported, such as dizziness and fatigue. They also cannot get you “high.”

And What Is Sativex Use For?

Having undergone a number of clinical trials with a view to tackle a variety of medical conditions, Sativex has seen. Some success

As we touche upon at the beginning of the article, Sativex has been approve solely for dealing with MS-relate spasticity in. A number of countries around the world. Although it produces a “high,” there has been no evidence to suggest that its users have developed a tolerance to. The drug over the course of a one-year period.

Creators GW Pharmaceuticals are hopeful that the drug will soothe a number of other medical conditions, including the likes of diabetes, schizophrenia, epilepsy, and cancer. Some previous studies have suggeste Sativex could be a potential strategy for neuropathic pain and arthritis, too, while cancer pain trials have been undertake in the US and the UK.

How Is It Made?

Sativex is manufacture in the United Kingdom, where GW Pharmaceuticals is base. The fact that marijuana is illegal in the UK, even for medical purposes, has not been an impediment to the. Company as they were issue a governmental license to grow cannabis for research and development in 1998.

The medicine in Sativex is extracte from specially selecte cannabis plants that have been grown in order to produce a. Constant and balance amount of active ingredients it is produce in strictly controlle laboratory conditions.

 

The Legal Issues & Concerns

Due to the fact that the active ingredient in Sativex is cannabis, you may be led to believing that any. FDA approval would make life rather difficult for the US government when it comes to the legal status of medical. Marijuana

Well, it seems they’ve left themselves some wiggle room due to the fact that Sativex has that scientific name (remember. Nabiximol” from earlier?) this actually allows Sativex to be schedule separately from cannabis.

This approach has been use by other countries where Sativex is available, allowing them to concurrently continue their ban on. Medical marijuana

Back in the US, Sativex was approve for the FDA’s Fast Track back in 2014. However, this was with a view to developing a method of coping for patients with cancer, which was subsequently unsuccessful. In stage-one trials not to be deterre, it looks like the drug will be approve by the FDA for MS. Patients within the next 12 months

And despite this being potentially good news for sufferers of MS, it will still be bittersweet. That’s because, without the help of government subsidies, Sativex is incredibly expensive.

For example, in New Zealand, less than 8% of approved patients ended up filling their prescriptions due to the prohibitive. Costs; an annual prescription there costs upwards of $16,000 (USD). If and when it’s approve by the FDA, it remains to be seen just how cost effective it will be. As a method of coping for MS

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