Tetrahydrocannabinol is one of the cannabinoids which extracted as therapeutic good from cannabis. THC, when prepared of packed for human therapeutic use, are “controlled drugs” under schedule 8 (S8) of the poison’s standard.
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is used to treat symptoms including pain, nausea and muscle spasticity.
It is associated with some of the intoxicating effects of cannabis
Note: THC is not appropriate for people with a history of psychosis or a current mood or anxiety disorder.
Driving with THC in your system is a criminal offence even if you have been prescribed medical cannabis.
The standard advice for cannabis patients is to wait for five days before driving or risk a fine or a suspended license.