OTC Pain Management-US-July 2019: Hemp-Derived CBD Forays In the Mainstream Drug
Posted by Deevika on August 21st, 2019
Majority of Americans have innate inclination towards over-the-counter (OTC) analgesics for ephemeral relief of mild-to-moderate pain. In light of prevalent use of OTC analgesics among consumers and the increased level of consumer trust in these agents, clinicians and stakeholders are profoundly discussing OTC analgesic use with the patients. These insights are according to the intelligence report, titled, “OTC Pain Management-US-July 2019,” which has been freshly added to Market Research Hub’s (MRH) ever-expanding armamentarium. Amid increase in drug overdose deaths involving opioids, several companies are heavily investing in developing abuse-deterrent opioid drugs that will potentially reduce the abuse and addiction. Nevertheless, the FDA is painstakingly working to offer more stringent industry guidelines on the approval of opioid pain drugs.
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Cannabidiol (CBD) and cannabis have been the cynosure of eyes in OTC pain management in the U.S. as hemp-derived CBD forays in the mainstream drug stores and legalization of cannabis grabs attention. CBD accessibility is expected to bring paradigm shift in OTC pain management market.
With CBD being touted for a myriad of health issues, it has gained traction for its sheer impact in treating a few of the childhood epilepsy syndromes, including Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and Dravet syndrome that generally remain unflustered to antiseizure medications. Of late, FDA approved the first of its kind cannabis-derived medicine containing CBD.
While there has been increased traction for the use of oral OTC pain relievers with adults, young consumers have inclination towards natural pain relief. However, high cost and dearth of innovation may dent the growth of OTC pain management.
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