Drug policy: Government wants to ban drug derivative 1-V-LSD

The federal government wants to close a gap in drug policy and ban the previously legally available 1-V-LSD.

Drug policy: Government wants to ban drug derivative 1-V-LSD

The federal government wants to close a gap in drug policy and ban the previously legally available 1-V-LSD. It has forwarded a corresponding draft ordinance to the Bundesrat; According to the agenda available on the Internet, this will be discussed at its next meeting on September 16. The regulation would expand the list of banned new psychoactive substances.

1V-LSD, a derivative of the psychoactive drug LSD, is one of them. So far it has been freely available in online shops and shops. The draft states: "The substance 1-V-LSD is a substance with a psychedelic effect, which is converted to LSD when it passes through the body and is already represented on the drug market for purposes of abuse."

The federal government's drug commissioner, Burkhard Blienert (SPD), told the "Welt am Sonntag" newspaper that suppliers of the drug were "unscrupulous players in the drug market". He warned of "incalculable health risks" when taking the derivative, whose unexplored formula could sometimes be stronger than LSD.

Ordinance on the Federal Council agenda, item 55

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