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CATEGORIZING DRUGS

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When categorizing drugs legality is not an issue. The categories are based on how they effect our bodies which is known by experience and a little trial and error. Anyone who has experimented with drugs should be able to understand where I'm coming from. The DEA has been trying to categorize drugs since it's beginning. They use the schedule system, ie., meth is a schedule two narcotic. I'm not sure but I think this rating has something to do with level of danger to the user. Whether addiction potential or level has anything to do with I'm not sure. The DEA's drug list changes with any new drugs being added to it but the classifications stay the same. My list of drugs/chemicals is much simpler. All drugs when exposed or taken into the body is identified and broken down then separated into one of two categories, positive or negative. The way each person reacts is always going to vary but the two groups remains consistent. This is my list:  

Positive
 
Negative
 
Methamphetamines
 
Marijuana
 
Caffeine
 
OPIUM
 
Amphetamines
 
Heroin
 
Sugar
 
Morphine
 
Ephedrine and all it's relatives
 
Sleeping Pills
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