Steroid legality thailand

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In May 2017, during campaigning for the 2017 United Kingdom general election , the Liberal Democrat party announced in its manifesto that it would support the legalisation of cannabis if elected, permitting licensed stores to sell it to over-18s, letting people use it in their own homes and introducing small "cannabis-smoking clubs". In doing so, the Lib Dems became the first major UK party to advocate cannabis legalisation [33] (the Green Party of England and Wales having already been in favour of cannabis decriminalisation since the party was formed in 1990 [34] ).

I’m pretty sure Tramadol would fall under category 2, which states: According to the new regulation, travellers to Thailand under medical treatment are allowed to carry
medications containing narcotic drugs of Category 2 for personal treatment in a quantity not exceeding 30 days of prescribed usage and must follow the applicable regulations strictly.
Travellers to Thailand under treatment of these medications are required to obtain a permit (Form IC-2) issued by the Food and Drug Administration before travelling
to Thailand.

Steroid legality thailand

steroid legality thailand