Marijuana Mouth Spray: Will It Be Abused?

The drug is meant to help those suffering from pain from cancer
Discovery News (US)
Tuesday, January 31, 2012

The medical marijuana drug Sativex, which could be approved in the United States in the coming years as a treatment for pain relief, has little potential for abuse, experts say. The British pharmaceutical company GW Pharmaceuticals is currently testing the drug, which is delivered as a mouth spray and called Sativex, in clinical trials. The company plans to seek U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for the drug as a treatment for cancer pain when the trials are completed.