The Pros And Cons Of Illegal Drugs

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Gone are the days when people are fond of breaking rules to do something which is illegal such as taking illegal drugs, the related management become really harder and degenerative at the same time. As we all known, the illegal issues are always have negative effect on humans and hence some other people reasonably cannot tolerate such behavior. However, there are still a crowd of people back up using illegal drugs; even think they can be legalized. As far as I concerned, I disagree with the point view, I believe drugs cannot become legalized and ought to be avoided. There are many drugs can be identified as illegal drugs now and hence the classification seems crucial to those people who may mix up illegal drugs and illegal drugs. First and foremost, the introduction of illegal drugs will be conducted, as well as the reasons why these drugs are illegal. On the one hand, illegal drugs include prescription drugs that have been dangerously modified and substances that are forbidden by law. Ecstasy, cannabis and heroin are illegal recreational drugs. Firstly, in the United States there are many different drugs such as cocaine, heroin, crack, ice, and marijuana, which are all illegal. Secondly, there are also some prescription drugs are…show more content…
Simply tallying the number of people who die or who show up at emergency rooms is, by itself, meaningless because the number of such incidents will be influenced by the total number of people using a particular substance, something that is impossible to know. For example, atropine is more toxic than alcohol, but more deaths will be reported for alcohol than for atropine because so many more people get drunk than ingest jimsonweed. Furthermore, most overdose fatalities involve the use of two or more substances (usually including alcohol), situations for which the overall toxicity is considerably unknown. In short: When psychoactive substances are combined, all bets are

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