When both drugs were compared, both nausea and vomiting episodes were significantly lower in patients given nabilone.
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THC was effective in reducing nausea and vomiting but not in all patients.
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Bezopyranoperidine was not more effective than placebo.
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NIB was superior to placebo and to secobarbital but is not useful clinically because of the frequency of side effects.
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reduction in intraocular pressure.
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THC effective in healthy subjects and 3 asthmatic subjects; aerosol caused bronchoconstriction in 2 asthmatic subjects.
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significant broncholdilation with THC; faster action of salbutamol but both drugs equivalent at 1 hour.
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CBD may be helpful in anxiety disorders according to a case series.
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