The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Museum and Visitors Center envisions itself as the preeminent federal government institution for learning about the history of drugs and drug law enforcement in the United States and the integral role that DEA and its predecessor agencies have played in that history.###
deamuseum.org. DEA Museum & Visitors Center | 2020 DEA Virtual Memorial Service. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Museum and Visitors Center envisions itself as the preeminent federal government institution for learning about the history of drugs and drug law enforcement in the United States and the integral role that DEA and its ...###
Jan 16, 2017 · Good Medicine, Bad Behavior: Drug Diversion in America The DEA Museum opens an interactive exhibit that delves into the prescription drug abuse problem gripping America today.###
The Medellín Cartel was one of the most notorious and cruel drug tra... fficking organizations in history. Led by the infamous Pablo Escobar, the cartel was known for smuggling tons of cocaine from Colombia to dozens of countries around the world, but also their bold and lethal terrorist tactics.###
Introduction For as long as there have been medicines and products aimed to heal injuries, cure diseases and relieve pain, there has been experimentation with overusing and abusing those products.###
Mind-altering psychoactive drug. Dry, shredded, green/brown mix of flowers, stems, seeds and leaves from the cannabis sativa plant. THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) is the main ingredient that produces the psychoactive effect. Addictive.###
Nov 27, 2013 · Several pharmaceutical drugs have been developed which either contain or have similar chemicals as those found in the cannabis plant. Some researchers have used their understanding of how the brain processes cannabinoids. to develop drugs which follow the same pathways but work differently than marijuana.. A sample of those pharmaceutical drugs based on marijuana are listed below with …###
Heroin is classified as a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, carries stiff criminal penalties, and has no acceptable medical use in the U.S.. Common opiates available by prescription include: codeine, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, fentanyl, methadone, morphine, tramadol, oxycodone, oxymorphone, and tapentadol.