Israeli developer of 3D printed marijuana inhaler targets US market

Warning message

The subscription service is currently unavailable. Please try again later.

Syqe Medical, a drug delivery company based in Israel, is continuing to enjoy huge success with its 3D printed cannabis inhaler, designed to allow those with chronic pain to inhale a precise dosage. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will trial the device next year.

It’s been over three years since we first reported on Syqe Medical and its 3D printed medical marijuana inhaler. Since then, the company has gone from strength to strength, receiving widespread acclaim for its medically precise product and even receiving investment from pharma giants like Teva Pharmaceuticals. (To date, Syqe Medical has raised around $33 million from various investors.)

Two years ago, the 3D printed inhaler was approved for use in a pilot program in Haifa, Israel. Soon, however, the amazing cannabis dosing device could reach the U.S., with the FDA planning to trial the inhaler some time next year....

e-mail icon Facebook icon Twitter icon LinkedIn icon Reddit icon
Rate this article: