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Are the following drugs illegal in England: DMT, PCP, Salvia, Amanitas, Datura, 2C-B and nitrous?
Q: I'm in England at the moment and I'm not sure about the exact legality of some of the more obscure substances in this country. How legal are DMT, PCP, Salvia, Amanitas, Datura, 2C-B and nitrous here?

A: Unfortunately we don't have any official references for the law in England, but looking at the substances you list, I would guess that they are similar in legality to the U.S. Salvia is almost certainly not illegal. Datura and Amanitas are also not likely to be illegal. Because of it's industrial uses, nitrous is also probably not illegal. DMT, PCP, and 2C-B are almost certainly controlled.



Asked By : A Friend
Answered By : fire
Published Date : 6 / 4 / 1999
Last Edited Date : 6 / 4 / 1999
Question ID : 37

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