Regulation of cannabis in Québec
Further the federal government’s decision to legalize cannabis and to the bill tabled on April 13, 2017, the Government of Québec has tabled a bill in the fall of 2017. For more information go to encadrementcannabis.gouv.qc.ca/en/ .
PCP, also known as mescaline, is a very strong hallucinogen that affects the senses and the perception of reality. It was first created as an analgesic (painkiller) for surgery. However, it was quickly removed from the market due to the dangers it presented. Production of this drug is now limited to clandestine labs. Less and less PCP is being found in the lab analyses of drugs seized on the street in Québec.
A dose of PCP may contain:
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PCP is often sold under other names.
Its appearance varies as it can be present in a large number of drugs, such as MDMA (ecstasy) and ketamine.
PCP reduces or completely alleviates pain and sensitivity in the entire body. The effect is similar to that of general anaesthesia.
PCP is one of the most dangerous drugs in existence. It can cause permanent physical and psychological damage.
For example, PCP can:
Using PCP (mescaline) can lead to a psychological dependence, which means that the user needs to take the drug more often in order to feel better about himself or herself, relax, calm down, feel stimulated or have the courage to face problems.
To learn more, read the Addiction section of Problems Associated with Alcohol Consumption and Drug Use.
Last update: July 21, 2017 10:01 AM
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