Lists of euphoriant substances

Updated 14 June 2018

List of euphoriant substances subject to control in Denmark

Euphoriant substances that are subject to control in Denmark are listed in the Schedule to the Danish executive order on euphoriant substances. Substances can be included in the lists via amending executive orders.

Executive order no. 557 of 31 May 2011 on euphoriant substances (incl. a list of euphoriant substances) (in Danish only)

Amendments to the executive order are available in Danish via the above link.

Comprehensive list of euphoriant substances included in Schedule 1 to the executive order no. 557 of 31 May 2011 on euphoriant substances and substances regulated by amending executive orders (in Danish only)

Please note that all salts and simple derivatives in the form of an ester or an ether of any of the substances mentioned are also regulated under the executive order on euphoriant substances.

The Schedule consists of the A, B, C, D and E lists.

The A list includes substances that must not be found in Denmark. The B, D and E lists include substances that must only be used for medical and scientific purposes. The C list includes substances which are subject to control when they are unprepared. However, they are not comprised by the law on euphoriant substances when they are used as ingredients in pharmaceutical preparations.

What does it mean to me that a substance is subject to control in Denmark?

If a substance is covered by the executive order on euphoriant substances, private individuals are not allowed to receive or possess the substance unless it has been prescribed as a medicinal product by a doctor.

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