New comprehensive list of euphoriant substances regulated in Denmark
You can now find a comprehensive list of euphoriant substances that are subject to control in Denmark via the executive order on euphoriant substances.
The list includes the substances in Schedule 1 to the executive order no. 557 of 31 May 2011 on euphoriant substances and substances subsequently added to and regulated by amending executive orders.
Schedule 1 to the executive order no. 557 of 31 May 2011 on euphoriant substances shows the name and number of the individual substances.
In the comprehensive list (in Danish only) of regulated euphoriant substances, the A, B, C, D and E lists have five columns:
Column 1 shows the name of the euphoriant substance.
Column 2 shows the number given to the euphoriant substance when it is added to the list.
Column 3 refers to the substance group, which the euphoriant substance belongs to. For the substances, which were given a number in Schedule 1 to the executive order no. 557 of 31 May 2011 on euphoriant substances but which now belong to a substance group after the introduction of banned classes of 4 July 2012, we refer to the substance group and have deleted the number.
Column 4 states alternative names, including any common names and chemical names of the euphoriant substances. The names are separated by a semicolon.
Column 5 refers to the list(s) (I-IV) in the UN conventions, in which the euphoriant substances are included, or to the Council Decision 2005/387/JHA of 10 May 2005 if the substance is subject to control in accordance with this decision. ‘N’ refers to the UN Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs of 30 March 1961, ‘P’ refers to the UN Convention on Psychotropic Substances of 21 February 1971, and ‘EU’ refers to the Council Decision.
The substances are listed in alphabetical order. We have chosen to add the extra columns to make it easier to search for substances and to show whether the substances are regulated nationally or internationally.
The list will be updated on an ongoing basis as new substances are included in the amending executive orders.