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N-acetylcysteine shows early promise in reducing alcohol use in marijuana-dependent teens

by on December 14, 2016
 

N-acetylcysteine (NAC) reduced alcohol use in a small cohort of marijuana-dependent adolescents who exhibited reductions in marijuana use, report researchers. In this secondary analysis of data from an earlier trial of NAC in marijuana-dependent adolescents, researchers show that reduced marijuana use was associated with reductions in alcohol consumption in the NAC-treated, but not placebo-treated teens.
Source: ScienceDaily’s Marijuana News