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This report has been drafted under the responsibility of the WHO Secretariat, Department of
Essential Medicines and Health Products, Teams of Innovation, Access and Use and Policy,
Governance and Knowledge. The WHO Secretariat would like to thank the following people for
their contribution in producing this review report: Dr. Simon Brandt, United Kingdom (literature
review and drafting), Ms. Dilkushi Poovendran, Geneva, Switzerland (questionnaire analysis and
report drafting) and Dr. Stephanie Kershaw, Adelaide, Australia (review report editing,
questionnaire analysis and report drafting).
WHO would like to thank the European Monitoring Centre for bb-22-drugs and Drug Addiction
(EMCDDA) for providing information on 5F-PB-22 from the European Union Early Warning
System, which includes data reported by the Reitox National Focal Points in the EU Member
States, Turkey, and Norway.
receptor agonist (SCRA) that had no history in the scientific literature until its detection emerged
bb-22-drugs, in its pure form but mostly as a synthetic constituent added to a plant
matrix (e.g. damiana (Turnera diffusa) or marshmallow (Althaea officinalis), is
normally smoked but reliable data about dosage are unavailable. The variations in
drug composition and quantities frequently observed with many smoking mixtures
(e.g.6, 7) make such estimation impossible for users despite of information may be
displayed on a product label. Speculative doses (presumably based on
smoking/inhalation) have been suggested: 1 mg (threshold); 1-3 mg (light); 3-5 mg
(common); 5-8 mg (strong).
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which is the substance that is primarily responsible for the major psychoactive effects of cannabis. Like THC, the synthetic cannabinoids bind to the cannabinoid receptors in the body. This is why these substances have been used to create a large range of ‘legal high’ products sold as legal replacements for cannabis.
‘ These products do not contain cannabis, but when smoked produce similar effects. They have been subject to innovative marketing approaches and are widely and openly available on the web,
The number of synthetic cannabinoids, their chemical diversity and the speed of their emergence make this group of compounds particularly challenging in terms of detection, monitoring, and responding. Suppliers simply aim to mimic the effects of THC.
sometimes these have manifested as outbreaks of mass poisonings. It is possible that, along with being highly potent, some may also have long half-lives, potentially leading to a prolonged psychoactive effect.