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Tetrahydracannabinol (THC)

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  • Head of Department Paula Stewart Ph.D.
  • Category Research
  • Location QC, Canada


Argutari Pharma has for a while become one of the foremost laboratories within Canada in developing medical applications for THC that benefits patients throughout the world who are affected by various disorders.

Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, typically known as ‘THC’, is a neutral cannabinoid, renowned for being highly psychoactive. Of all the scientific breakthroughs we've contributed to regarding THC, possibly the single most significant was how THC empowered scientists to uncover the presence of the endocannabinoid system in vertebrate animals, which includes human beings. An essential element of physiology that, up to then, was undiscovered and that is currently being utilized to help promote the medical uses associated with THC along with that of patients.

THC is demonstrated to be effective in managing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, (PTSD), in addition to being employed as an appetite stimulant in HIV/AIDS patients and those affected by Anorexia. Its advantages also include lessening vomiting and nausea caused by cancer treatments, like chemotherapy and radiotherapy, and can help sufferers of insomnia, inflammation, muscle and joint pain.

THC has recently been demonstrated to be successful in the treatment involving a wide range of different conditions and illnesses which includes ADHD and our ongoing research into its health-related benefits are continuing.

Much like Cannabinoids, our medical THC can be given using a range of techniques, including pills, lozenges, tinctures, dermal patches, oral or dermal sprays, cannabis edibles, as well as vaporizing and / or smoking dehydrated buds.

Our clinical research into the numerous achievable means to successfully administer THC, and the versatility this provides the patient, continues to be of substantial benefit to the medical profession in helping many patients get the very best possible treatments for their symptoms.

The THC clinical research and trials that we carry out are ongoing and we're continually discovering increasingly more medicinal benefits for this much-maligned medicine.