U.S. FEDERAL LAW #
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U.S. FEDERAL LEGAL SUMMARY
Not Approved For
DOI is unscheduled in the United States. It is likely that it would be considered an analog (of DOB), in which case, sales for human consumption or possession with the intent to ingest could be prosecuted under the Federal Analogue Act though we are unaware of any such existing cases (6/21/04). DOI is regularly used in animal and in vitro research, Scheduling DOI would impose substantial costs to brain research.
U.S. STATE LAW #
Schedule I. See http://leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0800-0899/0893/0893.html. (last updated Jul 21, 2012)
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INTERNATIONAL LAW #
DOI is controlled in Australia. It has been found on blotter and may be sold as LSD. See Super-LSD sparks drug warning in Adelaide. (thanks g) (last updated Oct 2 2009)
Denmark added 2C-E, 2C-P, DOC, and DOI to the list of Schedule I controlled substances as of Paril 8, 2007. See ELDD. (Last Updates Apr 5 2007)
DOI is controlled as a "Designated Substance" (Shitei-Yakubutsu) by the Pharmaceutical Affairs Law, making it illegal to possess or sell (see Ref)
New Zealand #
New Zealand has a catch-all Analogues section in Schedule 3 / Class C of their drug laws that would make 2C-I, 2C-E, DOI, DOB, DOM, ephedrine, pseudoephedrine (and many others) Schedule 3 compounds in New Zealand. See for more information about this.
Sweden is planning to control a number of chemicals as of May 1, 2007 including LSA, 2C-T-4, DXM, and DOI. (thanks P) (March 2007)
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CAUTION & DISCLAIMER #
Erowid legal information is a summary of data gathered from site visitors, government documents, websites, and other resources. We are not lawyers and can not guarantee the accuracy of the information provided here. We do our best to keep this information correct and up-to-date, but laws are complex and constantly changing. Laws may also vary from one jurisdiction to another (county, state, country, etc)...this list is not comprehensive.