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Any person who chooses to import a single bottle of Nembutal may find themselves facing severe penalties. Admitting that you are importing the drug for another person (eg trafficking) is one sure way to turn what some might call a minor importation offence into a significant crime.
Note: Drugs such as barbiturates are often of secondary concern to authorities who seem far more interested in substances such as methamphetamines, cocaine, cannabis and party drugs such as ecstasy and GHB. It is the supply and distribution of these latter drugs, rather than barbiturates, which is linked with international organised crime syndicates. The barbiturates have lost their appeal as drugs of addiction/ abuse and feature little in blackmarket trade. After all, one person will only ever need 10gm of Nembutal.
Despite this, in 2011 theAustralian Government issued a warning statement against the importation of barbiturates for personal use. The document seems designed to discourage people from taking this course and refers to the penalties for importing a border-controlled drug as ranging from imprisonment to fines
Exit has put considerable effort into ensuring that readers of The Handbook and Peaceful Pill eHandbook have all information necessary to make informed choices. We make it clear that in providing this information we are not encouraging the reader to break the law.