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Incoming 'noid Ban in UK
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I got this information from BRC. It looks very likely that AM-2201 and other 'noids may be banned very soon. On the plus side it could be a good time to stock up, BRC have dropped the price of AM-2201 to £15 a gram and claim there will be some group deals on any 'noids affected by the ban.

Quote:Without wishing to pre-empt our (UK) Government's very important and dilligent processes into these matters, it seems likely that the regulatory situation in the UK regarding some of the current established synthetic cannabinoid research chemicals is likely to change imminently (in the next few weeks or maybe sooner), and sadly, probably to the detriment of many of our scientific customers' research programmes, especially those who aren't fortunate enough to hold the relevant Home Office licenses, it means they may have to conclude their research into these important compounds prematurely in the worst case scenario.


The possible outcome of the Government's (again) very dilligent reviews, is that following any such potential changes, maybe one or more of these chemicals will not be able to be studied by researchers in the UK who don't hold the required Home Office licenses. This of course also means that we would not be able to continue to stock them. Stay tuned to BRC for the latest updates on this over the coming days.


Should it be announced that the UK regulatory status of any our stock chemicals is changing at short notice, then there will be big group deals running and therefore fantastic pricing to clear our remaining stocks of those chemicals and thus help enable our scientific institute and home chemistry hobbiest customers to complete their research programmes into these chemicals prior to any regulatory changes coming into force.


Some of our customers are fortunate enough to hold Home Office licenses, particularly those in the Forensic sector, so it isn't such a big issue for them other than they will have to find new and licensed suppliers for such compounds if they end up being restricted, because we will not be able to stock them in those circumstances .


As our customers would expect there are new and novel chemicals in this category in the pipeline to enable them to continue their research into new cannabinoid compounds within the boundries of the law.
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#2
It makes sense I guess. I found am-2201 to be more draining than most of the jwh's. Definitely messed with my head a bit and made me go back to the old herb.

It does suck though, this country is bad for banning everything.
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#3
Yes AM-2201 can leave you in a bad way if used to much. I have gone OTT on it a few times, but it was my choice.. What annoys me is I will probably have to change to a different 'noid and AM-2201 when used in moderation is my favourite. They must know that not long after this is banned a few more will pop up. Round in circles we go :-/
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I did post the document the ACMD published... I cant find my post now...

http://www.ukchemicalresearch.org/showth...78#pid4778
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thats what i linked, Feed :P
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Ah. Didn't even notice!
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I used &pid=, not %page=, end of the link is totally different :P
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Sorry didn't realise this had already been posted elsewhere..
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How long have you been using 2201 for? I loved it at first; It became overbearing after using it for months. The novelty of its ridiculous strength wore off and it is no longer in any way recreational for me - just a paranoid, anxiety fuelled high. really couldn't care less if it were banned :)
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