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5-(2-aminopropyl) indole (aka 5-IT) is already subject to control measures in at least seven EU countries (Austria, Cyprus, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Italy and Sweden) and in Norway. It has been associated with 24 deaths in four EU countries between April and August 2012 alone.



:think: čudno da ni bilo nobenega medijskega poročanja, ali sem jaz vse zgrešil

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Urugvaju se obeta, da bo postal prva država, ki bo nadzorovano proizvajala in prodajala marihuano, potem ko je parlament sprejel zakon o njeni legalizaciji.


V skladu z zakonom bodo lahko starejši od 18 let na mesec v lekarnah kupili do 40 gramov marihuane ali pa sami vzgojili do šest rastlin kanabisa, če bodo na seznamu uživalcev marihuane. Tujci ne bodo mogli izkoristiti ugodnosti zakona.

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Namesto MPA se je priročno pojavil: MTPA :) ( 2-methylamino-1-(2-thienyl)-1-propanone hydrochloride )

Namesto 5-APB -||- 5-APDB ( 1-(2,3-dihydro-1-benzofuran-5-yl)propan-2-amine ) ali mogoče bolj privlačno poimenovano za ta forum 3-desoxy-MDA



pampam pam da glede kanabionidov sploh ne omenjam :D

evropa diktira, kitajska inovira :D

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