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eCBD

Study information

Scientific title

Reducing the harmful effects of cannabis use: Finding the optimal CBD:THC ratio.

Acronym

eCBD

Study information

In this randomised, double-blind experimental study, healthy volunteers will attend 4 experimental sessions in which they will be administered inhaled cannabis, with each session involving a different CBD:THC ratio. The cannabis ratios will be 0:1, 1:1, 2:1 and 3:1 CBD:THC. The aim of this study is to explore at what relative dose ratio the harmful effects of THC on cognition and psychopathology are reduced by CBD.

Investigators

Professor Philip McGuire

Professor Sir Robin Murray

Dr Amir Englund

Dr Tom Freeman

Mr Dominic Oliver

Mr Jack Wilson

Dr Edward Chesney

Contact

Dr Amir Englund amir.englund@kcl.ac.uk

Mr Dominic Oliver dominic.a.oliver@kcl.ac.uk

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