Class D substances

Marijuana is famously a “Class D Substance” according to law. What other stuff is categorized as “Class D”?

I’m not sure if the question is correct. Marijuana (in the U.S.) is a Schedule I drug. Possession can be a Class D felony. The only reference to a “Class D substance” I could find relates to British law and includes only marijuana and marijuana resin. Are you referring to a state law or classification? If so, tell me what state and I’ll see what I can dig up.

Chief is right.

I can’t help you with legal stuff, but chemical stuff I can. Just yesterday I had to arrange for my lab to get registered with the DEA. We work with several controlled substances. No, for research purposes, you sickos. So I have the list in front of me.

Other Schedule I drugs that I recongnize include heroin, LSD, MDMA, mescaline, and peyote. There are about two dozen other much more chemically sounding names here but I dont know which ones, if any, have common names or are the active agents in recreational drugs.

Schedule II includes coke, codeine, opium, morphine, methamphetamine and PCP.

Schedule III includes anabolic steroids, ketamine and a couple of -barbitals.

Schedule IV includes your benzodiazepines (Valium, clorazepate, etc) and phenobarbital.

There are two Schedule V drugs: buprenorhine and codeine cough preparation.

[Edited by Alphagene on 12-14-2000 at 09:34 AM]