Rules For Latvia For The Controlled Drug Substances, Psychotropic Substances And Precursors

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par Latvijā kontrolējamajām narkotiskajām vielām, psihotropajām vielām un prekursoriem

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 847 of 2005 in Riga on 8 November (pr. 65. § 16) rules on Latvia for controlled drug substances, psychotropic substances and precursors, issued under the law "for the illicit manufacture of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances and to the legitimate movement of medicinal products order" 3. the second paragraph of article 1. determines the Latvia controlled narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances, plants, drugs and precursors.
2. The illicit manufacture of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances circulation of medicinal products and in the laws regulating the procedures specified in control: 2.1. prohibited particularly dangerous narcotic substances, psychotropic substances recognized and the plants (in Latvia controlled narcotic substances, psychotropic substances and precursors Isarakst) (annex 1);
2.2. a very dangerous drug and psychotropic substances recognized as allowed for use for medical and scientific purposes (in Latvia controlled narcotic substances, psychotropic substances and precursors IIsarakst) (annex 2);
2.3. dangerous psychotropic substances, which can be used for malicious purposes (Latvia controlled narcotic substances, psychotropic substances and precursors list III) (annex 3);
2.4. in Latvia the controlled substances to the illicit manufacture of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and precursors (I), (II) or IIIsarakst in the illicit manufacture of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances isomers, esters, ethers and salts (including isomers, esters and ethers salts), as well as medicines containing the lists included the narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, if the legislation is not specific exceptions;
2.5. the precursors listed in the Council of 22 December 2004, Regulation (EC) No 111/2005 laying down rules for the supervision of trade in drug precursors between the community and third countries, of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 February 2004, Regulation (EC) No 273/2004 on drug precursors ".
3. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 20 January 2004, the provisions of no. 35 "rules of Latvia controlled narcotic substances, psychotropic substances and precursors lists" (Latvian journal, 2004, no. 12).
Prime Minister-Minister of Justice s. Āboltiņ Health Minister g. Smith Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on the 11 November 2005.
 
1. the annex to Cabinet of 8 November 2005, the Regulation No 847 Latvia controlled narcotic substances, psychotropic substances and precursors (I) list (especially dangerous Prohibited narcotic substances, psychotropic substances recognized and plants) 1. substances and plants that are classified according to 30 March 1961 Single Convention on narcotic substances I list: 1.1. alfacetilmetadol;
1.2. jēlopij;
1.3. coca bush pages;
1.4. poppy straw;
1.5. poppy straw extract (concentrated).
2. substances and plants that are classified according to 30 March 1961 Single Convention on narcotic substances list IV: 2.1 acetorfīn;
2.2. acetyl-Alpha-methylfentanyl;
2.3. Alpha-methylfentanyl;
2.4. Alpha-metiltiofentanil;
2.5. beta-hidroksifentanil;
2.6 beta-hydroxy-3-methylfentanyl is 2.7. desomorfīn;
2.8. etorfīn;
2.9. heroin;
2.10. cannabis, cannabis resin, cannabis extract and tincture;
2.11.3-methylfentanyl;
2.12.3-metiltiofentanil;
2.13. MPPP;
2.14.-fluorofentanil;
2.15. PEPAP;
2.16. tiofentanil.
3. Substances classified according to 21 February 1971 Convention on psychotropic substances of list I: 3.1 brolamfetamīn (HOLLOW);
3.2.2-CB;
UR3.3.DET;
UR3.4.DMA;
3.5. DMHP;
UR3.6.DMT;
3.7. the DOE;
3.8. efedr plant;
3.9. etriptamīn;
3.10 eticiklidīn (PCE);
3.11. hallucinogenic mushrooms;
3.12. cathinone;
3.13. (+)-lysergide (LSD, LSD-25);
UR3.14.MDE, N-ethyl MDA;
3.15. Mdma;
3.16. mescaline;
3.17.4-metilaminoreks;
3.18. metkatinon, metilkatinon (efedron);
3.19. MMQ;
3.20.4-MT;
3.21. The N-hydroxy MDA;
3.22. paraheksil;
UR3.23.PMA;
3.24. psilocin, psilotsīn;
3.25. psilocybin;
3.26. roliciklidīn (PHP, PCPY);
UR3.27.STP, DOM;
3.28. tenamfetamīn (MDA);
3.29. tenociklidīn (TCP);
3.30. ' nederwiet ' and follows ISO measured and their variations: 3.30.1.7 stereoķīmisk, 8, 9, 10-tetrahydro-6-trimethyl-, 6, 9 3-6 h-dibenzo pentil-[b, d] pirān-1-ol;
3.30.2. (9R, 10aR) -8,9 10, 10A-tetrahydro-6-trimethyl-, 6, 9 3-6 h-dibenzo pentil-[b, d] pirān-1-ol;
3.30.3. (6aR, 9R, 10aR)-6a, 9, 10, 10A-tetrahydro-6-trimethyl-, 6, 9 3-6 h-dibenzo pentil-[b, d] pirān-1-ol;
(6aR, 10aR) 3.30.4.-6a, 7, 10, 10A-tetrahydro-6-trimethyl-, 6, 9 3-6 h-dibenzo pentil-[b, d] pirān-1-ol;
3.30.5.6 a, 7, 9,-tetrahydro-6, 5-trimethyl-3-9-6 h-dibenzo pentil [b, d] pirān-1-ol;
(6aR, 10aR) 3.30.6.-6a, 7, 9, 10, 10A-hexahydro-6,6-dimethyl-9-metilēn3,-6 h-dibenzo pentil-[b, d] pirān-1-ol;
UR3.31.TMA.
4. Substances classified according to 21 February 1971 Convention on psychotropic substances list II: 4.1 amphetamine;
4.2. amineptīn;
4.3. deksamfetamīn;
4.4. fenetillīn;
4.5. levamfetamīn;
4.6. methamphetamine;
4.7. methamphetamine racemate;
4.8. levometamfetamīn.
5. Substance classified according to 21 February 1971 Convention on psycho tropic substances list III: katīn.
6. Substances classified according to 21 February 1971 Convention on psychotropic substances list IV: 6.1. etilamfetamīn;
6.2. fenproporeks;
6.3. fentermīn;
6.4. mefenoreks.
Health Minister g. Smith annex 2 Cabinet of 8 November 2005, the Regulation No 847 Latvia controlled narcotic substances, psychotropic substances and precursors II (very dangerous narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances recognized as allowed for use for medical and scientific purposes) 1. substances which are classified according to 30 March 1961 Single Convention on narcotic substances I list: 1.1. acetilmetadol;
1.2. alfentanil;
1.3. allilprodīn;
1.4. alfameprodīn;
1.5. alfametadol;
1.6. alfaprodīn;
1.7. anileridīn;
1.8. benzetidīn;
1.9. benzilmorfīn;
1.10. betacetilmetadol;
1.11. betameprodīn;
1.12. betametadol;
1.13. betaprodīn;
1.14. bezitramīd;
1.15. dekstromoramīd;
1.16. diampromīd;
1.17. dietiltiambutēn;
1.18. difenoksīn;
1.19. dihidroetorfīn;
1.20. dihidromorfīn;
1.21. dimenoksadol;
1.22. dimefeptanol;
1.23. dimetiltiambutēn;
1.24. dioksafetilbutirāt;
1.25. diphenoxylate;
1.26. dipipanon;
1.27 drotebanol;
1.28. the ekgonīn, its esters and derivatives that can be converted to ekgonīn and cocaine;
1.29. etilmetiltiambutēn;
1.30. etokseridīn;
1.31. etonitazēn;
1.32. fenadokson;
1.33. fenampromīd;
1.34. fenazocīn;
1.35. fenomorfān;
1.36. fenoperidīn;
1.37. fentanyl;
1.38. furetidīn;
1.39. hidrokodon;
1.40. hidromorfinol;
1.41. hydromorphone;
1.42. hidroksipetidīn;
1.43. izometadon;
1. ketobemidon;
1.45. klonitazēn;
1.46. kodoksīm;
1.47. cocaine;
1.48. levofenacilmorfān;
1.49. levometorfān;
1.50. levomoramīd;
1.51. levorfanol;
1.52. the methadone;
1.53. methadone intermediate;
1.54. metazocīn;
1.55. metildezorfīn;
1.56. metildihidromorfīn;
1.57. metopon;
1. moramīd intermediate;
1.59. morferidīn;
1.60. morphine;
1.61. metobromīd morphine and other morphine derivatives containing nitrogen piecvērtīg;
1.62. morphine-N-oxide;
1.63. mirofīn;
1. nikomorfīn;
1.65. noracimetadol;
1.66. norlevorfanol;
1.67. normetadon;
1.37. normorfīn;
1.69. norpipanon;
1.70. oxycodone;
1.71. metabolite;
1.72. opium;
1.73. petidīn;
74. A petidīn intermediate;
1.75. petidīn intermediate B;
1.76. petidīn intermediate C; piminodīn; 1.77.
1.78. piritramīd;
1.79. proheptazīn;
1.80. properidīn;
1.81. racemetorfān;
1.82. racemoramīd;
1.83. racemorfān;
1.84. remifentanil;
1.85. sufentanil;
86. tebakon;
1.87. tebaīn;
1.88. tilidīn;
1.89. trimeperidīn.
2. substances which are classified according to 30 March 1961 Single Convention on narcotic substances list II: 2.1 acetildihidrokodeīn;
2.2. dekstropropoksifēn;
2.3. dihydrocodeine;
2.4. etilmorfīn;
2.5. folkodīn;
2.6. codeine;
2.7. nikokodīn;
2.8. nikodikodīn;
2.9. norkodeīn;
2.10. propirām.
3. Substances classified according to 21 February 1971 Convention on psychotropic substances list II: 3.1 cipeprol;
3.2. dronabinol (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol and its stereoķīmisk variations);
3.3. phencyclidine (PCP);
3.4. Phenmetrazine;
3.5. meklokvalon;
3.6. metakvalon;
3.7. methylphenidate;
3.8. sekobarbitāl.
4. Substances classified according to 21 February 1971 Convention on psychotropic substances of list III: 4.1 amobarbitāl;
4.2. buprenorphine;
4.3. butalbitāl;
4.4. ciklobarbitāl;
4.5. flunitrazepām;
4.6. glutethimide;
4.7. heksobarbitāl;
4.8. pentazocīn;
4.9. pentobarbitāl.
Health Minister g. Smith annex 3 Cabinet of 8 November 2005, the Regulation No 847 Latvia controlled narcotic substances, psychotropic substances and precursors (iii) (dangerous psychotropic substances, which can be used for malicious purposes) substances classified under 21 February 1971 Convention on psychotropic substances list IV: 1. Allobarbitāl.
2. Alprazolam.
3. Amfepramon.
4. Aminoreks.
5. Barbitol.
6. Benzfetamīn.
7. Bromazepām.
8. Brotizolam.
9. Butobarbitāl.
10. Cefedrīn.
11. Delorazepām.
12. Diazepam.
13. Ephedrine.
14. Estazolam.
15. Ethlorvinol.
16. Etinamāt.
17. Etilloflazepāt.
18. Fenatīn.
19. Fenazepām.
20. Fenkamfamīn.
21. Fendimetrazīn.
22. The St.Johns.
23. Fludiazepām.
24. Flurazepām.
25. GHB (sodium oksibutirāt and lithium-oksibutirāt).
26. Halazepām.
27. Haloksazolam.
28. Hlordiazepoksīd.
29. Kamazepām.
30. Ketazolam.
31. Klobazām.
32. Kloksazolām.
33. Klonazepām.
34. Klorazepāt.
35. Klotiazepām.
36. Lefetamīn (SPA).
37. Loprazolām.
38. Lorazepām.
39. Lormetazepām.
40. Mazindol.
41. Medazepām.
42. Meprobamāt.
43. Metilfenobarbitāl.
44. Methyprylon.
45. Mezokarb.
46. Midazolām.
47. Nimetazepām.
48. Nitrazepām.
49. Nordazepām.
50. Oksazepām.
51. Oksazolām.
52. Pemoline.
53. Pinazepām.
54. Pipradrol.
55. Pirovaleron.
56. Prazepām.
57. Propanidīd.

58. Pseudo *.
59. Sekbutabarbitāl.
60. Temazepām.
61. Tetrazepām.
62. Tofizopām.
63. Triazolām.
64. Triheksifenidil.
65. Vinilbitāl.
66. Zolpidem.
67. During.
Note the.
The control also respect laws and regulations in the field of pharmacy.
Health Minister g. Smith