This page contains research and articles pertaining to cannabis-related adverse events. Common adverse events, or side effects, can be cannabinoid-specific, such as being related to THC (e.g., dizziness, cognitive effects, anxiety, dry mouth). Adverse events can also be specific to the route of administration (e.g., cough, phlegm, or bronchitis from smoking cannabis).

Original Article
Cannabidiol-Associated Hepatotoxicity: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Journal of Internal Medicine. 2023

Lo LA,… MacCallum CA

Brief Report
Factors Associated with Problematic Cannabis Use in a Sample of Medical Cannabis Dispensary Users
Psychiatry and Clinical Psychopharmacology. 2022

Lo LA, MacCallum CA, Yau J, Panenka W, Barr A.

Chapter 36
Cannabinoid-Related Adverse Events and Impairment

Narouze SN, MacCallum CA. eds. Cannabinoids and Pain. Springer; 2021