Medical cannabis and driving

As part of the 2018 holiday season, police road checks across the country are aimed at pulling drivers drunk and on drugs off the streets to make sure we all get to our destinations safely. Our medical cannabis patients often ask how long they should wait to drive after consuming their medicine.

To help answer this question, Tilray partnered with researchers at the Lambert Initiative for Cannabinoid Therapeutics at the University of Sydney in Australia to study the effects of cannabis on driving and cognitive function. In this double blind, placebo-controlled study, researchers compared the effects of two varieties of cannabis – one with high levels of THC and the other with a balanced ratio of THC and CBD – against the placebo, which contained no cannabinoids.

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