Definicja DEA schedule
Category for substances with a substantial potential for abuse.
Substances in the USA are placed into one of the DEA schedules by the Controlled Substances Act (CSA), the legal foundation for the United States' fight against drug abuse. Both legitimately produced drugs and clandestinely manufactured substances are included in the list of substances controlled under the CSA. This placement is based on the substance's accepted medical use, safety, potential for abuse, or dependence liability. Schedule I is the most restrictive and schedule V is the least restrictive schedule. Schedule I is the most restrictive and schedule V is the least restrictive schedule.
Słownik i definicje SAPa na D.