Medical Marijuana Delivery Systems LLC announced today that it has acquired the U.S. patent rights to a medical marijuana patch and seeks to sell the patch in Colorado.
The patent provides MMDS with exclusive rights for development of the patch for transcutaneous delivery of medical marijuana to humans and animals.
The patch will be marketed under the trademark Tetracan and is expected to be available at medical marijuana dispensaries across the United States by years end.
MMDS said that the patch can be used for treatment of chronic pain due to arthritis, the side effects of chemotherapy, multiple sclerosis, and other chronic conditions.
MMDS said it is in discussions with The Medicine Wheel project LLC for the distribution of Tetracan and future associated derivatives in the medical marijuana states of Colorado and California.
The Denver Post
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