What Are “Legal Highs”?

Don’t let the name fool you – legal highs are not necessarily legal. In 2010, some legal highs became illegal in the United States, based on information from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). As a result, these herbal highs became Schedule I controlled substances, which means they are illegal and have no permitted medical uses. … Read More

4 Commonly Abused Legal Research Chemicals: Popular Research Chemicals

There is a difference between legal research chemicals used in scientific research and those that are used as a way to get high. The latter are developed in a laboratory and are meant to simulate the effects of other commonly misused drugs like marijuana, cocaine, and opioids. These substances tend to be inexpensive to make … Read More

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