Does nabilone interact with other medications or foods?

Nabilone may interact with other medications, supplements and foods. The combination of nabilone with certain medications may cause an increase, decrease or altered effect of either medication. Although you should thoroughly discuss with your doctor the potential interactions of all medications you are taking, some medications and supplements that are known to interact with nabilone include the following: anti-anxiety medications, antidepressants, antihistamines, amphetamines, anticoagulants, asthma medications, atropine, codeine, cold medicines, barbiturates, buspirone, diazepam, digoxin, disulfiram, ipratropium, medications for irritable bowel disease, lithium, medications for motion sickness, muscle relaxants, naltrexone, narcotic medications, pain medications, medications for Parkinson's disease, scopolamine, sedatives, seizure medicines, sleeping pills, tranquilizers, theophylline, ulcer medicines and medicines for urinary conditions. You should not drink alcohol while taking nabilone because alcohol can worsen side effects associated with the medication.

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