China’s export of the drug, a family of synthetic opioids blamed for tens of thousands of overdoses

Carfentanil is 100x stronger than Fentanyl and not meant for human consumption. It's a chemical cousin to Fentanyl to tranquilize Elephants. Its Carfentanil and Fentanyl Analogs, not Prescription Fentanyl.
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China’s export of the drug, a family of synthetic opioids blamed for tens of thousands of overdoses

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This should be a good thing, as it appears that China will now prohibit the chemicals to make the deadly fentanyl & analogs that are being smuggled into our country. We all know that the biggest part of this crisis comes directly from China in the form of illicit fentanyl analogs. Hopefully this will begin to slow down the flood of this deadly drug into the US!
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BEIJING — China announced on Monday that it would treat all variants of the powerful opioid fentanyl as controlled substances, making good on a pledge the country’s leader, President Xi Jinping, made to President Trump late last year.

China’s export of the drug, a family of synthetic opioids blamed for tens of thousands of overdoses in the United States, has long been a source of tension in relations and has, more recently, become tangled up in the continuing trade war.

China already treats more than two dozen variants of fentanyl and its precursors as controlled substances, thus strictly regulating their production and distribution, but it has banned those variants only after reviewing them case by case, a process that can be lengthy.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/01/worl ... trump.html

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