Ban Likely for Synthetic Cannabis Substance

by Savitha C Muppala on  November 26, 2012 at 11:38 PM Alcohol & Drug Abuse News
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A temporary ban is likely for a substance found in samples of a synthetic cannabis product, and this was linked with increase in heart rate and psychosis.
 Ban Likely for Synthetic Cannabis Substance
Ban Likely for Synthetic Cannabis Substance

When police seized two K2 samples they found EAM-2201; after the ban takes effect, it will not be legal to import, manufacture, sell or supply the substance from December 6.

According to experts, EAM-2201's risk is as much as the risk of already banned substances.

"Any product containing EAM-2201 must be off the market under this order, which will stay in force for 12 months. This is clearly not a product we want in the market place, and the fact that it is on the market tells you that we have an industry that does not give a damn about the safety of its customers."





Source: Medindia

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