Risks of “coma, convulsions, paranoia…”: what are these cannabis derivatives banned in France from June 3 ?

Risks of “coma, convulsions, paranoia…”: what are these cannabis derivatives banned in France from June 3 ?

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The National Medicines Safety Agency published this Friday, May 24, a new red list concerning compounds derived from cannabis. Presenting health risks, these have been classified as narcotics. They will be banned in France from June 3.

The banned list

On its official website, the ANSM has listed the molecules concerned. "H4-CBD, H2-CBD, and some synthetic cannabinoids with a chemical core called benzo[c]chromene, such as HHCPO, THCP, and THCA", quotes the French agency.

These products were generally sold on the internet or in CBD stores, relays Le Figaro. They came in the form of candies, sprays or even liquids for electronic cigarettes.

Adverse effects

The consumption of these substances is dangerous, potentially causing "immediate effects", reports the ANSM.

The latter indicates possible risks of "vomiting, loss of consciousness, coma, convulsions, paranoia, anxiety, hypertension blood pressure, tachycardia or chest pain which may suggest a heart attack". It is important to note that these products also cause "addiction".

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