While cannabis is a Schedule I (CI) medication, marijuana's active ingredient, patented as Marinol (R), or called by its generic name, dronabanol, is a CIII medication, which would place it on par with Vicodin and other pain relieving medications which include synthetic codeine derivatives. I believe cannabis, as the actual plant, will become a CII or less drug within the decade as it's medicinal properties become more understood and accepted by the medical community as well as society in general.
The difference between CI and CII medications is simple to understand. CI medications, like heroin and marijuana, have no medical applications at all according to the FDA (Food and Drug Administration). No doctor, anywhere, according to the FDA, is allowed to prescribe these medications. Only chemists and researchers may order these compounds with the permission of the DEA.
CII drugs do have, according to the FDA, medical applications. In my profession, I see Cocaine used frequently in the emergency room, as well as in the surgery centers. It has vasoconstrictive and analgesic properties which make it excellent for certain applications in these areas, such as in heart or eye procedures. Any hospital pharmacy will carry Cocaine in it's standard narcotic inventory. (Unless it is a very small hospital.)
Cocaine is Schedule II in the United States.
Marijuana is currently a Schedule I drug, despite not fitting the Schedule I criteria.
Marijuana is a schedule 1 drug. It is scheduled to be more dangerous than meth.
According to our "intelligent" US government, marijuana is classified as a schedule 1 drug.....the worst of the worst, right up there with heroin. HOWEVER, cocaine is a schedule 2 drug, apparently not so bad for you compared to weed...according to our "intelligent" government.
Cocaine is definitely worse. Cocaine is an addictive drug while marijuana is only emotionally addictive. Cocaine is also a drug where you can overdose on whereas you can't overdose on marijuana. Also, cocaine isn't always pure so you can end up snorting rat poison along with it.
Marijuana, and cocaine.
Marijuana then cocaine
Heroin is the narcotic. Cocaine is a stimulant. Marijuana fits slightly into most drug categories, and it is often classified as a hallucinogen.
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which of the following is a narcotic marijuana heroin cocaine
I would prob say marijuana and cocaine.
marijuana is a schedule one drug. which means the government classes it as having no known medical use and having a high risk for abuse. what confuses me though is if it a schedule one drug how can states have "Medical Marijuana". its all a mess
Can Claritan cause a false positive for cocaine drug test.
Marijuana, Crack, Cocaine or Steroids. Marijuana seems to be the most popular though...
White rhino is a strain of Marijuana that is laced with cocaine.
Cocaine is a Schedule 1 drug because it has no medicinal value and very high addiction rate.
Cocaine is in its own group. The standard drug test looks for: -Cannabinoids (marijuana, hash) -Cocaine (cocaine, crack, benzoylecognine) -Amphetamines (amphetamines, methamphetamines, speed) -Opiates (heroin, opium, codeine, morphine) -Phencyclidine (PCP)
It is hard to find a drug test that doesn't test for opiates. however my friend is joining the NAVY and he tells me that during his DET meetings they only test for amphetamines cocaine and marijuana. so to answer your question it is most likely probable that a drug test will test for opiates, marijuana cocaine and amphetamines
There are many illegal drugs on the streets today. This includes heroin, cocaine, crack cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamines and many more.
Whitney was addicted to cocaine and marijuana, and also struggled with alcohol.
Marijuana, cocaine (can be but definitely not normally done), shrooms, mescaline, lsd,
Marijuana cocaine opioid benzos methamphetamine alcohol
No. Crack is a cocaine based drug that is often smoked or snorted.
Depends On What Kind Of Drug Test It Is Usually Its Just Like Cocaine, Marijuana, And Alcohol!
It is a 5 panel drug test. Testing for Cocaine, Marijuana, Natural Opiates, Amphetamines, and PCP.