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If you choose to purchase Nembutal overseas you should be aware that importation of the drug back to your country of origin is likely to be against the law. If you take this course of action you will be breaking the law.
The legal penalties for the importation of Nembutal vary depending on the country. In some jurisdictions, the importation of a single bottle of Nembutal will be dealt with by a fine, conviction or even imprisonment. If larger quantities are imported, the person could find themselves in higher criminal court, with their case being heard by a judge and jury.
In general, the way in which the importation of a border- controlled substance such as Nembutal is dealt with by authorities will depend on the amount and purity of the substance that you have imported. The offence of importing a border-controlled drug can also depend on how the authorities measure the amount imported. Ie whether it is a ‘trafficable’ or ‘commercial’ quantity. In some countries, a ‘traffickable’ quantity’ of Nembutal (ie. the amount which makes the importation of this drug a serious offence) might be 200gm.
The purity of the drug will be the second determining factor. While one bottle of veterinary Nembutal contains only 6gm of pentobarbital sodium (with the remaining mixture being alcohol), the authorities may charge the person with importing a full 100gm/ 100ml contained even in the bottle, even though only 6% of the mixture is the actual border-controlled drug.