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Addiction And Abuse: The CSA Of 1970

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The CSA of 1970 regulates the manufactured and distribution that can cause dependencies. The CSA set forth guidelines and divided them into five categories (schedules) based on there potentially addictive level of abuse.
Schedule I: Highest potential for addiction and abuse. Some drug example: cocaine, heroin, LSD
Schedule II: High potential for addiction and abuse. Some drug examples: codeine, morphine, opium, and secobarbital.
Schedule III: Moderate to low potential for addiction and abuse. Some drug examples: butaburbital, anabolic steroids, APC with codine
Schedule IV: Lowest potential for addiction and abuse that schedule III drugs. Some drug examples: chloral hydrate, phenobarbital, diazepam
Schedule V: Low potential for addiction and
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