Research articles about drugs and historical information.
Ketamine Usage in the UK 1998-2002
Ketamine(2-(2-Chlorophenyl)-2-(methylamino)- cyclohexanone) is one of a class of drugs known as dissociative anaesthetics,other drugs in this class include phencyclidine (PCP/angel dust), dextromorphan, and nitrous oxide). Ketamine is widely used in veterinary medicine. Tablets containing ketamine are commonly found on the illicit market, either masquerading as ecstasy or sold as Ketamine itself (known by devotees as special-K).
Ibuprofen & Asthma
The British National Formulary describes Ibuprofen as follows:
Licensing Drugs - A Thinkable Solution
Originally published by Police Review 3 June 1994.
When Commander John Grieve of the Metropolitan Police suggested that 'licensing' the possession & supply of all illegal drugs should be studied, he called it 'time to think the unthinkable'.
Usual Drug Purchasing behaviour
Quantity of drugs normally purchased and amount normally spent per purchase
If... Drugs Were Legal
IF is a series of BBC2 drama documentaries, one of which was IF drugs were legal.