In the US, the federal government has declared that every substance is illegal. The government is very specific about the substances they consider illegal and how they enforce the law. If you are a doctor, lawyer, or pharmacist, you are very familiar with the laws that apply to you and your profession.
Chloroform is one of the most common substances found in the U.S., yet it’s still illegal. I’ve had people say that chloroform is a “sickly sweet” (from the medical side) and I hear this all the time.
I don’t know if your doctor is a lawyer or a pharmacist or a doctor, but there is no excuse for knowingly injecting yourself with this stuff. And even if you are a doctor, you have a duty to be familiar with the law and the consequences of doing it.
It actually is a very common mistake. It takes no special skill to administer chloroform, nor is it illegal to do so. It is, however, a felony and you can get a serious penalty for this if you’re caught. The penalties for these crimes vary widely, depending on the type of drug you’re injecting.
But I’d still like to know which drugs are illegal for injecting, because I’m pretty sure I’ve injected (or will shortly be injecting) at least half a dozen, and I’m fairly sure I’ll be checking my blood pressure a lot over the next few days.
Chloroform is a liquid that is administered via a hypodermic needle. It’s also an anaesthetic, which means that it causes an unconscious person to be paralyzed. This makes it a highly effective painkiller and a good way to stop someone who’s fighting brain fever. Im not saying this because the DEA and the FDA have all the wrong information about this drug, but because this is something I want to hear from more experts on the subject.
In addition to being an anaesthetic, chloroform has other uses. Just because you are incapacitated, doesn’t mean you can’t take an object (a rock, a bottle, a chair, a gun) and make it disappear. This ability is called “chasing” and it also has the potential to make objects disappear in the dark.
To be honest, I don’t understand how someone would want to use this drug, but the potential benefits to an individual is well worth considering. It has been used to immobilize and incapacitate criminals before. If you are incapacitated and you want your property to disappear, you can take a very good chance of doing it. This is probably why I am writing this article.
I have always been a little confused on how you can use chloroform, since I have never seen anyone use it on a regular basis. My understanding is that if you want to incapacitate someone, you have to apply enough force to make them stop resisting and then get them unconscious. There is a certain amount of force required before the narcotic is considered effective.
Yeah. Well, I am still waiting for someone to come along and tell me that chloroform is not illegal, and that this is the same as smoking pot. If I can’t convince you that chloroform isn’t illegal, then I will have done something very naughty. I need to buy some pot, so I will be forced to use chloroform. I am also using alcohol, which is also illegal.