ID and signature required to buy Sudafed in Nebraska!

Discussion in 'Drug Chemistry' started by EllisDTripp, Dec 31, 2004.

  1. EllisDTripp

    EllisDTripp Green Secessionist

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    http://www.journalstar.com/articles/2004/12/29/local/doc41d3286ecd8d4949930527.txt

     
  2. khatman

    khatman Member

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    whoa man, whoa.
     
  3. whispers

    whispers sweet and sour

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    when they outlaw cold medication.......only outlaws will have cold medication
     
  4. talleywacker

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    they are trying to pass a similar law here in missouri.
    Independence, MO=meth mecca
     
  5. stephaniesomewhere

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    yup...basically the same situation here...got back from overseas and had to prove who I was and they took all my particulars in order to buy sudafed....apparently lotsa very naughty people were going round buying bits and bits from loadsa different chemists and ending up with lots...to do with what I can't imagine!!!:p
     
  6. eat_some_LSD

    eat_some_LSD Senior Member

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    Mmmm, guess I'll go ahead and start stocking up on Mini-Tabs...I should make a killer in this cracktown. :rolleyes:
     
  7. Dazed4now

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    sudafed sucks as an allergy medicine anyway
     
  8. EllisDTripp

    EllisDTripp Green Secessionist

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    Probably because it is just a decongestant, not an antihistamine....
     
  9. EllisDTripp

    EllisDTripp Green Secessionist

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    It'll be interesting to see how that turns out, as it is a direct conflict between 2 of the government's "sacred cows"--corporate profits and the WoD.

    Pharmaceutical companies aren't going to be very happy if sales of a profitable "cash cow" OTC product take a hit because of government restrictions. We aren't talking about ephedra weight-loss tablets or "dietary supplements" here, but an chemical that is probably the second most common ingredient in OTC cold remedies after acetaminophen!
     

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