According to foreign media reports, the United States military warned that artificial cannabis oil is dangerous, and said in January, about 60 soldiers and marine fighters in North Carolina and 33 soldiers in Utah suffered serious medical problems.
The U. S. Army public health center Monday public health warning said that soldiers have a headache, nausea, vomiting, heart palpitations, pupil expansion, dizziness, excitement or spasm, and other health problems. All these diseases are related to the use of cannabinoids.
Since the US Army has banned the use of the so-called CBD oil or cannabis products, some soldiers have replaced synthetic oils.
Chanel S. Chanel, spokeswoman for the US public health center, said Chanel S. is the top priority to stop this trend.
Correction: the army public health department has corrected their reports and indicated that no deaths were attributed to synthetic cannabinoids.