Monday, January 16, 2023

Ohio Bans 'Gas Station Heroin' to Protect Community | Did You Know?

From: Greg F.
Sent: January 16, 2023
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Ohio Bans 'Gas Station Heroin' to Protect Community


>> Please Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel

Did You Know? Digest ►►►
The state of Ohio has taken steps to protect its citizens by banning Tianeptine, a drug commonly known as "gas station heroin." The drug, which is often sold at gas stations, convenience stores, and online, has effects similar to opioids and has been marketed as a dietary supplement under names such as ZaZa, Tianna, TD Red, and Pegasus. Governor Mike DeWine signed an executive order enabling the state's Board of Pharmacy to issue an emergency ban on Tianeptine products, classifying them as a Schedule I drug and making their sale illegal. Those who violate the ban may face penalties including mandatory drug treatment, fines, or jail time of up to one year.

Hang Out With Us:

No comments:

Post a Comment

Don't be shy. Leave a comment below and tell the world what you think.

You might also like: