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between normally disconnected regions of the
They increase levels of
cortisol passing along these
They redirect signals in an
uncontrolled, random manner to the wrong
regions of the brain.
They contribute to neuronal
cell death, making communication between
regions more difficult.
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currently accepted medical use and a high
potential for abuse.
Schedule II drug: A high
potential for abuse, with use potentially
leading to severe psychological or physical
Schedule III drug: A
moderate to low potential for physical and
Schedule IV drug: A low
potential for abuse and low risk of
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