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What are schedule 1 narcotics?
Schedule I narcotics are controlled substances that (according to the US DEA) have no present or foreseeable medical use and have the highest probability of abuse. Marijuana is on this list. Meth is only Schedule II. Hmmm ...
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There are a long list of class one narcotics. Class one are called so because they have a high potential for addiction and/or abuse. Some examples of class one narcotics a…re various classes of opium, stimulants and depressants.
Opium is a Scheduled 2 Narcotic according to the Controlled Substance Act.
All Controlled Substances (narcotics, barbiturates and combination drugs/derivatives) are listed under 5 Schedules, each one being a list of narcotics/compound drugs and barbi…turates based on their content and abuse potential. Each has specific access, prescription and dispense requirements as well. The Schedules are maintained by the DEA. Schedule 1 drugs are all of the illegal drugs - Heroin, Marijuana, etc. No viable medical use. (medical marijuana is a completely different animal) Schedule 2 - Everything I take. Drugs in this Schedule include Oxycodone, Codeine, Fentanyl, Morphine, Dilaudid, Meperidine (Demerol), Methamphetamines and combinations using these. No prescription refills allowed, and no call-in prescriptions allowed. Patient must have a new prescription for each refill. I've been doing it every month for the past 9 years. Schedule 3 - Hydrocodone (Vicodin) and combinations, Butalbital, Codeine analgesics (low amount of Codeine with another drug), etc. Can be refilled and called in. Schedule 4 - Most of the minor pain stuff - Darvon, Analgesic combo's, etc. Also includes stuff like Ambien. Schedule 5 - Codeine and Opium based oral preparations (syrups), similar type drugs. Note: Most bizarrely, methamphetamine is considered to have "medicinal value" (the military uses it) so it is a schedule 2 rather than schedule 1, yet marijuana is considered schedule 1 even though it can be prescribed by a doctor and there is a pure pill form manufactured by pharmaceutical companies that can also be prescribed. Politics in action.
!. Narcotics are any substances that bind to opiate receptors of brain, and are addictive drugs, that reduce pain, may alter mood and behavior, and usually induce sleep or num…bness. Natural and synthetic narcotics are used in medicine to control pain.; A soothing, numbing agent (not marijuana!!!!) Per the DEA website, a narcotic is a medication, derived from the poppy plant (or a synthetic substance closely related to opium), and used to treat pain. Directly from the DEA website: The term "narcotic," derived from the Greek word for stupor, originally referred to a variety of substances that dulled the senses and relieved pain. Today, the term is used in a number of ways. Some individuals define narcotics as those substances that bind at opiate receptors (cellular membrane proteins activated by substances like heroin or morphine), while others refer to any illicit substance as a narcotic. In a legal context, narcotic refers to opium, opium derivatives, and their semi-synthetic substitutes. Cocaine and coca leaves, which are also classified as "narcotics" in the Controlled Substances Act (CSA), neither bind at opiate receptors, nor produce morphine-like effects and are discussed in the section on stimulants." 2. An example of a drug classified as a narcotic analgesic (opiate pain killer) is Vicodin or Lortab and both of these are generically known as hydrocodone. Narcotics cause central nervous system (CNS) depression and can have a high abuse potential, especially morphine and diacetylmorphine (heroin) and to lesser degree codeine and derivates. All of the substances in this pharmaceutical class fall under the "controlled substance" category in most countries. Codeine may be purchased over the counter (OTC) without a prescription in certain countries (including Canada). Confirm legal status before making an overseas purchase, as OTC codeine may be illegal in most countries. OTC coideine is considered significantly weaker as a pain killer in comparison to controlled one. narcotic is a drug that improves sleep and lessens pain a drug or other substance affecting mood or behavior and sold for nonmedical purposes, especially an illegal one.
No, but it does have analgesic actions. It's a Schedule Class V that has no opioid components. Mostly used to treat neuropathy.
Class 1 narcotics are drugs that are known to be of high abuse potential and have no medical use. Some of the drugs in this class are Heroin, LSD, and Cocaine.
Vicodin (hydrocodone), Codiene, Darvocet...different states allow differently
Is it a schedule 2 drug
Narcotics are any drugs that cause central nervous system (CNS) depression and can have a high abuse potential. Most of the substances in this pharmaceutical class fall under …the "controlled substance" category. Codeine is a notable exception, and can often be purchased over the counter (OTC)with out a prescription at most pharmacies
No. It is a schedule IV.
Toradol tablets are not a scheduled narcotic.
Schedule IV controlled substances are legally described, according to The United States Controlled Substance Act as the following: (4) Schedule IV. - (A) The drug or other …substance has a low potential for abuse relative to the drugs or other substances in schedule III. (B) The drug or other substance has a currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States. (C) Abuse of the drug or other substance may lead to limited physical dependence or psychological dependence relative to the drugs or other substances in schedule III. Examples of schedule IV (CIV) drugs include both narcotic and non-narcotic drugs examples include the non-narcotic drugs: phenobarbital (Luminal), methohexital (Brevital), chloral hydrate (Somnote), meprobamate (Miltown), diethylproprion (Tenuate), phentermine (Adipex-P), modafinil (Provigil), chlordiazepoxide (Librium), diazepam (Valium), oxazepam (Serax), clorazepate (Tranxene), flurazepam (Dalmane), lorazepam (Ativan), alprazolam (Xanax), temazepam (Restoril), triazolam (Halcion), and include narcotics detropropoxyphene (Darvon), and atropine/difenoxin (Motofen).
(1) Schedule I.- (A) The drug or other substance has a high potential for abuse. (B) The drug or other substance has no currently accepted medical use in treatment in the Unit…ed States. (C) There is a lack of accepted safety for use of the drug or other substance under medical supervision."  No prescriptions may be written for Schedule I substances, and such substances are subject to production quotas by the DEA.
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Narcotics that's have lots of potential for abuse and addictions, such as percocets.
because of a loop hole discovered by Nixon's drug czar. watch the movie "grass," narrated by woody harrelson!
Schedule 1 drugs are not allowed to be prescribed in the USA. Nor are they allowed to be tested on without a special liscence. Methadone is a schedule 2 drug and will more tha…n likely always be. Hope i have answered your ? Once again, i am not a pharmacist, nor do i have any pharmacological training, so, be careful out there!