Filed under: chemicals, EU Information, Forensics | Tags: chemicals, forensics
The European Union has decided that the substance 4-methylamphetamine, used illicitly as a stimulant drug, shall be subject to control measures. Commission Decision 2013/129/EU details the case for this.
Although research into the risks of taking this substance are limited there are clear indications of a number of adverse effects to users. There have been a number of deaths across the EU where post-mortems have indicated that 4-methylamphetamine may have been a contributory factor.
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