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psychoactive

capable of affecting mental activity
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That sharp rise is likely because prisoners were previously using psychoactive substances behind bars before the drugs were criminalised in May 2016.
It does not give users the same psychoactive effect as THC which is present in the plant and is illegal.
According to the decree dated July 3, 2019, the list of narcotic and psychoactive drugs is established on the basis of a Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs lists of 1961, UN Convention on Psychotropic Substances of 1971 and Convention against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances of 1988, to which Kazakhstan joined in 1998.
Early cultivated varieties of cannabis, as well as wild populations, have low levels of cannabinoid compounds with (https://www.sciencedaily.com/terms/psychoactive_drug.htm) psychoactive properties .
"The genetics underlying our preferences are related to the psychoactive components of these drinks.
In 2017, psychoactive substances were banned from sections of Warrington as part of a clampdown by the police and council.
The captain tested negative for alcohol and other psychoactive substances, the report said.
According to the 2017 report of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the prevalence of injecting psychoactive substances has been estimated at 0.2 per cent of the population in the region defined as 'Near and the Middle East' (which includes Oman).
The bulletin also laid out mandatory requirements that flight operators must adhere to, including: - That crew members are aware of and adhere to the operators' regulations as they pertain to psychoactive substances.
He added: "The investigation also identified Mr Griffiths's probable use of new psychoactive substances at Parc and their possible impact on his mental health.
Black Mamba is a psychoactive substance that looks like cannabis but is cheaper and more potent.