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Research Chemicals in Mexico

Discussion in 'Research Chemicals' started by xxgaretjaxx, Mar 6, 2005.

  1. xxgaretjaxx

    xxgaretjaxx Newbie

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    Nov 14, 2004
    Does anyone know the legal status of RC's in Mexico? I have
    looked at the Mexican drug laws here
    http://www.mind-surf.net/drogas/legislacionmexicana.ht m, however my
    spanish is not the best. Their list of schedule 1 or lista 1
    drugs is a very short list with no mention of any Research Chemical that I am
    interested in, such as 2-CE or 5-MEO-AMT. My spanish is very poor
    so I am not sure if they mention anything of an analogue act.
    Thank you for your help.
  2. allyourbase

    allyourbase Palladium Member

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    Jan 4, 2005
    from U.S.A.
    lmao, Im from texas, mexico is right there, research chemicals are the last thing on their minds, hell they hardly pay attention to everyday street drugs.
  3. Eirias

    Eirias Gold Member

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    Jan 21, 2005
    Unless it was something that was internationally regulated and
    restricted during one of the UN conferences on drugs/narcotics, then
    there's virtually no chance it is restricted in Mexico. Part of
    the reason the noted entheogen researcher Jonathan Ott relocated his
    studies and base to Mexico was his ability to conduct research and
    obtain chemicals without the interference, secret observation, or
    interference of the United States and its drug laws.

    Like allyourbase said, Research Chemicals are the last thing on the federales'
    minds, waaay after marijuana, cocaina, heroina, and drogas
    prescripciones. .
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  4. GDxCAT

    GDxCAT Titanium Member

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    Jan 19, 2005
    from U.S.A.
    Why would you need to go to mexico for those if both of them are legal in the states?
  5. xctico

    xctico Gold Member

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    Dec 11, 2004
    37 y/o from costa_rica
    The thing with mexico, or at least most of latin america. Is that, as soon as they see a pill that's making you trip they label it ecstasy... the rule goes "arrest the "narco" first, ask questions later..." So be carefull. In many latinamerican countries not all laws are written, or the law aint exactly what's written, if you know what I mean.[​IMG]
  6. unico_walker

    unico_walker Newbie

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    Jan 25, 2005
    Wise advice^

    Remember just because its not against the law doesn't mean you won't be
    arrested and have to defend it in a kangaroo court where suddenly its
    turned into MDMA or coke by magic chemistry.

    Its often better to slip the cops some money if you're stopped, 20USD can save a lot of trouble.

    The South American country I'm most familiar with is great in that
    regard, they only know of weed and coke and the cops wouldn't dare
    touch you if you're white. Everyone who is white is wealthy,or a
    Australian backpacker and no one seems to give a shit that they
    overstay their visas.