QUELLENVERZEICHNIS

Quellenangaben: Fakten über Cannabis

  1. „What Chemicals Are in Marijuana and Its Byproducts“, Charles Ksir, PhD
  2. „Drug Facts: Is Marijuana Medicine?“ National Institute on Drug Abuse, Juli 2015
  3. „Drug Facts: Marijuana“, National Institute of Drug Abuse, Dez. 2012

    „What’s Wrong With Marijuana?“ the Trumpet, Febr. 2013

  4. „Additional Marijuana Facts“, University of Southern California, Mai 2015
  5. „Cannabis in the workplace“, National Cannabis Prevention and Information Center, Okt. 2011
  6. „Study: Young Adults’ Casual Marijuana Use Causes Brain Changes“, CommonHealth, Apr. 2014
  7. „Don’t Harsh Our Mellow, Dude“, The New York Times, Juni 2014
  8. „Denver Coroner: Man fell to death after eating marijuana cookies“, Denver Post, April 2014
  9. „,Dabbing‘ the new drug of choice for teens?“ ABC 15 Arizona, Sept. 2013

    „Concentrates 101: What’s on the market, from kief and CO2 oil to BHO“, TheCannabits.co, Juni 2015

  10. „Officials warn of dangers with earwax marijuana“, KCRA, Nov. 2013
  11. „Mixing Marijuana with tobacco creating ,Respiratory Cripples‘“, St. Lucia News
  12. „Some Emerging Facts On Establishing Indispensable Issues of Weed Names“, FrancePropertyTrader.com

    „20 Cannabis Strains High in THC“, TheChillBud.com

  13. „Marijuana Supply, Sales and Seizures – Potency“, CEDRO

    Mehmedic et al, 2010 (graph)

  14. „Cannabis Substance Profile and Its Health Impact“, UNODC

    Mehmedic et al, 2010 (graph)

  15. „Psychoactive Drugs Notes – Marijuana“ Sinsemilla, M. Plonsky PhD
  16. „DrugFacts: Marijuana“, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Jan. 2014
  17. „Does marijuana use affect driving?“ National Institute on Drug Abuse, März 2016

    „Dose related risk of motor vehicle crashes after cannabis use“, NCBI

  18. „Marijuana Use Increases Risk of Traffic Crashes and Deaths“, Potsdam University
  19. „Fatal Road Crashes Involving Marijuana Double After State Legalizes Drug“, AAA NewsRoom, Mai 2016
  20. „More Colorado drivers in fatal crashes positive for pot, study says“, The Denver Post, Mai 2014
  21. „Percentage of California Drivers Testing Positive for Marijuana, Involved in a Fatal Crash“, FARS 2005–2013

    „Dose related risk of motor vehicle crashes after cannabis use“, NBCI, Febr. 2004

    „Stoned Drivers Are Killing More and More Innocent Victims“, CNS NEWS, Okt. 2013

  22. „DrugFacts: Marijuana“, National Institute on Drug Abuse, März 2016

    „Marijuana Use and Panic Psychopathology Among a Representative Sample of Adults“, NCBI, Apr. 2010

    „Marijuana: Know the Facts“, ONDCP

  23. „How long does cannabis stay in the body after smoking?“ NHS.uk
  24. „Marijuana as Medicine: Consider the Pros and Cons“, Mayo Clinic, Aug. 2006
  25. „Smoked Marijuana as cause of lung injury“, NCBI, Juni 2005

    „Does Marijuana Cause Cancer“, Jann Gumbiner, PhD, Psychology Today Feb. 2011

  26. „Regional brain abnormalities associated with long-term heavy cannabis use“, NCBI, Juni 2008

    „Casual marijuana use linked to brain abnormalities in students: Dramatic effects of small time use; more ,joints‘ equal more damage“, Science Daily, April 2014

  27. „How Marijuana May Drive the Brain into Psychosis“, Live Science, Jan. 2012

    „The Cannabis-Psychosis Link“, Psychiatric Times, Jan 2012

  28. „Effects Of Marijuana: Smoking Pot Burns Out Sperm Count For Men By A Third, Harming Fertility“, Medical Daily, Sept. 2015
  29. „Acute, short-term, and chronic effects of marijuana on the female primate reproductive function“, NCBI
  30. „DrugFacts: Marijuana“, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Dez. 2012
  31. „Understanding the harmful effects of marijuana use“, Aware Med, Dr. Akoury, Juni 2015
  32. „Why Isn’t the Marijuana Plant FDA-Approved Medicine“, NIDA DrugFacts: Marijuana, Dez. 2014
  33. „Neurobiological effects of early life cannabis exposure in relation to the gateway hypothesis“, Maria Ellengren, Karolinska University, Feb. 2007

    „What are marijuana’s effects on general physical health?“ NIDA, März 2016

    „Recreational marijuana use and acute ischemic stroke: A population-based analysis of hospitalized patients in the United States“, NCBI, Mai 2016

    „What are marijuana effects?“ NIDA, März 2016

    „Drop in IQ linked to heavy teenage cannabis use“, Nature Magazine Aug. 2012

    „How does marijuana produce its effects?“, NIDA, März 2016

    „Persistent cannabis users show neuropsychological decline from childhood to midlife“, NCBI, Okt. 2012

    „Heavy, persistent pot use linked to economic, social problems at midlife“, ScienceDaily, März 2016

    „Marijuana and the developing brain“, American Psychological Association, Nov. 2015

    „Why Isn’t the Marijuana Plant FDA-Approved Medicine“, NIDA DrugFacts: Marijuana, Dez. 2014

    „Persistent cannabis users show neuropsychological decline from childhood to midlife“, PNAS, Aug. 2012

    „Regular marijuana usage robs men of sexual highs“, NewScientist, Aug. 2009

    „Localization and Function of Cannabinoid Receptors in the Corpus Cavaernosum“, European Urology, Sexual Medicine, Feb. 2010

    „Impact of Cannabis Use on Male Sexual Health“, by Rany Shamloul MD and Anthony J. Bella MD, Jan. 2011

    „Cannabis Use and Sexual Health“, International Society for Sexual Medicine, Aug. 2009

    „Does Marijuana Affect Sex Drive?“ Prostrate Magazine, März 2011

  34. „National Study Shows ,Gateway‘ Drugs Lead to Cocaine Use“, Colombia University, Nov. 1994
  35. „Addiction Related Statistics“, In Balance Intensive Outpatient
  36. „Marijuana“, NIDA New York
  37. „Medical Marijuana in the Workplace“, NCBI, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Mai 2015
  38. Swann study in 2000 on fatally injured drivers on THC
  39. „The health and psychological consequences of cannabis use“, Department of Health Australia, 1994

Quellenangaben zu Fakten über Alkohol

„Facts About Alcohol“, U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

„Alcohol and Underage Drinking“, Fakultät für Öffentliche Gesundheit der Johns Hopkins-Universität

„Razzia in ‚Happy Hour‘ Lokalen“, www.swissinfo.ch, 9. Aug. 2007

„2007 Traffic Safety Annual Assessment—Alcohol–Impaired Driving Fatalities“, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, August 2008

„Alcohol and Crime“, U.S. Department of Justice Bureau of Justice Statistics

„Alcohol–related assault: findings from the British Crime Survey“, UK Home Office Online Report

„Statistics on Alcohol: England, 2007“, National Health Service (UK)

„Alcohol in Europe: A Public Health Perspective“, Institute of Alcohol Studies (UK)

„Alcohol Use Disorders: Alcohol Liver Diseases and Alcohol Dependency“, Dr. Warren Kaplan, JD, MPH, 7. Okt. 2004

„Alcohol and the Brain“, University of Washington

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Office of the Surgeon General

Encyclopedia Britannica

„Alcohol Intoxification“, www.emedicinehealth.com

„Alcohol Alert“, U.S. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, April 2006


Mothers Against Drunk Driving „Teen Drivers: Fact Sheet“, Centers for Disease Control

 

Quellenangaben zu Fakten über Ecstasy

US Drug Enforcement Administration

US National Institute on Drug Abuse

US Drug Policy Information Clearinghouse

„Club Drugs Facts & Figures“, Office of National Drug Control Policy

Büro der Vereinten Nationen für Drogen- und Verbrechensbekämpfung (UNODC), Jahresbericht 2008

US Center for Substance Abuse Research

British Medical Journal

US National Institutes of Health

Department of Health (UK)

2007 US National Survey on Drug Use and Health

 

Quellenangaben zu Fakten über Kokain

Europäische Beobachtungsstelle für Drogen und Drogensucht (EBDD), „Stand der Drogenproblematik in Europa, 2008“

U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency, Faktenblatt über Kokain

US-National Institute on Drug Abuse: „NIDA Info Facts: Crack and Cocaine“, April 2008

Büro der Vereinten Nationen für Drogen- und Verbrechensbekämpfung (UNODC), Jahresbericht 2008

„Kokain: Fakten & Zahlen“, U.S. Office of National Drug Control Policy, 2008

„Monitoring the Future: National Results on Adolescent Drug Use Overview of Key Findings 2007“, National Institute on Drug Abuse, USA

 

Quellenangaben zu Fakten über Crack


Europäische Beobachtungsstelle für Drogen und Drogensucht, Die Situation des Drogenproblems in Europa, 2008

U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency, Faktenblatt über Kokain

National Institute of Drug Abuse: NIDA Info Facts: Crack and Cocaine, April 2008

Büro der Vereinten Nationen für Drogen- und Verbrechensbekämpfung, Jahresbericht 2008

„Crack Facts and Figures“, Office of National Drug Control Policy, 2008

„Illicit Drug Use During Pregnancy“, March of Dimes

„Research Report Series – Cocaine Abuse and Addiction“, National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

„Drug and Alcohol Use and Related Matters Among Arrestees 2003“, Zhiwei Zhang, Ph.D., National Opinion Research Center

„Cocaine use among young reaches shocking levels“, www.thisislondon.co.uk

„Monitoring the Future, Overview of Key Findings 2007“, NIDA

Büro der Vereinten Nationen für Drogen- und Verbrechensbekämpfung, Jahresbericht 2008

DEA Jahrbuch, 1985–1990

„Crack ‘epidemic’ fuels rise in violent crime“, The Observer, 17. Febr. 2002

 

Quellenangaben zu Fakten über Methamphetamin

Europäische Beobachtungsstelle für Drogen und Drogensucht (EBDD), Statistisches Bulletin 2008

Interpol-Bericht über Methamphetamin, 27. September 2005

„Methamphetamin: Fakten und Zahlen“, U.S. Office of National Drug Control Policy, 2008

Narconon International, Informationen über Methamphetamin, www.narconon.org

Newsweek: „The Meth Epidemic: Inside America’s New Drug Crisis“, 8.  August 2005

State of Hawaii, Office of Lt. Governor news release, 31. Oktober 2007

„County knocks meth use“, 9. Juli 2008, www.SignonSanDiego.com

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Pressemitteilung 15. Februar 2008, USA

United Nations, ODCP, Weltdrogenbericht über Ecstasy und Amphetamin, 1998

Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System 2007 study, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, Bericht über Methamphetamin, Oktober 2005

U.S. National Institute on Drug Abuse, Bericht über Methamphetamin, Mai 2005

Büro der Vereinten Nationen für Drogen- und Verbrechensbekämpfung (UNODC), Jahresbericht 2008

„National Methamphetamine Threat Assessment 2008“, National Drug Intelligence Center, U.S. Department of Justice

 

Quellenangaben zu Fakten über Heroin

Büro der Vereinten Nationen für Drogen- und Verbrechensbekämpfung (UNODC), Jahresbericht 2008

White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, USA

National Institutes of Health, USA

Drug Enforcement Administration, USA

„Research Report Series—Heroin Abuse and Addiction“, Nationale Institute on Drug Abuse, USA

Department of Health and Human Services, USA

Center for Substance Abuse Research, USA

„Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) Highlights—2006“, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, USA

Jahresbericht 2008; Stand der Drogenproblematik in Europa; Europäische Beobachtungsstelle für Drogen und Drogensucht

National Library of Medicine, USA

American Council for Drug Education’s Annals of Internal Medicine (April 1999)

The Lancet (Großbritannien)

Labor der Städtischen Polizei Amsterdam

Columbia University Medical Center

Weltgesundheitsorganisation (WHO)

Europäische Beobachtungsstelle für Drogen und Drogensucht

Drogen- und Suchtbericht Mai 2008; Drogenbeauftragte der Bundesregierung

Bericht zur Drogensituation 2007, Gesundheit Österreich GmbH

 

Quellenangaben zu Fakten über Schnüffelstoffe

„Inhalant Abuse“, National Institute on Drug Abuse (U.S.)

„Inhalants Pose Health Threat to Teens“, Iowa Department of Public Health, 24. März 2008

„Inhalant Use across the Adolescent Years“, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 13. März 2008

National Inhalant Abuse Taskforce Final Report, Melbourne, Australien, Nov. 2005

„Inhalants“, Dr. med. Timothy Kaufman, www.emedicine.com, 9. Juli 2007

„About Inhalants“, National Inhalant Prevention Coalition

„Intelligence Brief: Huffing“, National Drug Intelligence Center, Nov. 2001

„Inhalants: Description/Overview“, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

„Inhalant Abuse“, National Institute on Drug Abuse Research Report Series (U.S.)

„Huffing—Inhalants“, National Education Foundation of America

„NIDA InfoFacts: Inhalants“, National Institute on Drug Abuse

 

Quellenangaben zu Fakten über LSD

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction 2007 Annual Report

United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime, Bericht über LSD, 1998

U.S. Department of Justice, National Drug Intelligence Center report, Mai 2003

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

„Research Report Series—Hallucinogens and Dissociative Drugs,“ U.S.

U.S. Office of National Drug Control Policy report on Hallucinogens, September 2005

Acid Dreams: The Complete Social History of LSD—The CIA, the Sixties, and Beyond, Martin A. Lee and Bruce Shlain, Grove Press, (revised edition), März 1986

www.drogues.gouv.fr. (Website of French Government's Interdepartmental Mission for the Fight Against Drugs and Drug Addiction)

Hopkins Medical News

U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

„Situation of amphetamines, Ecstasy and LSD in Europe“, European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction

„New Study Reveals More than 3 Million Adolescents and Young Adults Have Used Non-Prescription Cough and Cold Medicines to Get High at Least Once in their Lifetimes“, 10. Jan. 2008, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

 

Quellenangaben zu Fakten über Schmerzmittel

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Fact Sheet on Prescription Drug Abuse

„Older Americans fight drug abuse,“ 3. Juli 2008, International Herald Tribune

„Methadone rises as a painkiller with big risks“, 17. Aug. 2008, International Herald Tribune

„Neurofen Plus to remain on sale,“ 6. Aug. 2008

„Warning on painkillers“, 5. April 2007, Financial Times

2007 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

„Depressants“, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and SAMHSA’s National Clearinghouse for Alcohol & Drug Information

ABC der Drogen, www.channel4.com

A Brief History of Opium, www.opioids.com

OxyContin Information, National Clearinghouse on Alcohol and Drug Information

OxyContin: Prescription Drug Abuse Advisory, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT)

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), Info Facts: Prescription Pain and Other Medications, USA

National Institute on Drug Abuse Research Report, „Prescription Drugs, Abuse and Addiction 2001“, USA

„Some Commonly Prescribed Medications: Use and Consequences“, National Institute on Drug Abuse, USA

National Institute of Justice, Drug and Alcohol Use and Related Matters Among Arrestees, 2003, USA

U.S. Office of National Drug Control Policy, „Drug Facts: OxyContin“, and „Prescription Drug Facts & Figures“

„New Report Reveals More Than 1000 People Died in Illegal Fentanyl Epidemic of 2005–2007“, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, USA

„Teen OTC & Prescription Drug Abuse“, www.teenoverthecounterdrugabuse.com

 

Quellenangaben zu Fakten über den Missbrauch rezeptpflichtiger Medikamente

„Drug Scheduling“, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

„Selected Prescription Drugs with Potential for Abuse“, U.S. National Institute on Drug Abuse

International Narcotics Control Board

Office of Drug Control Policy


„Prescription Sedatives & Tranquilizers“, Partnership for a Drug-Free America

Aussage von Leonard J. Paulozzi vor dem Unterausschuss für Verbrechen und Drogen des US-Senats, 12. März 2008

US Center for Substance Abuse Research

Nationale Erhebung über Drogenkonsum und Gesundheit, USA 2007

Suizidalität, Gewalt und Wahn ausgelöst durch SSRIs: Eine Besprechung und Analyse, P. Breggin

„Depressants“, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and SAMHSA‘s National Clearinghouse for Alcohol & Drug Information

„Prescription drugs a gateway for teen drug abuse“, Houston Chronicle, 4. September 2008

 

Quellenangaben zu Fakten über Ritalin-Missbrauch

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Fact Sheet on Prescription Drug Abuse

Monitoring the Future–National Results on Adolescent Drug Use, Overview of Findings 2007, National Institute on Drug Abuse

U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services, Testimony by Nora D. Volkow, MD, before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Drugs, 12. März 2008


Emergency Department Visits Involving ADHD Stimulant Medications, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration, 2006 United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

„Millions Have Misused ADHD Stimulant Drugs, Study Says,“ Shankar Vedantam, Washington Post, 25. Febr. 2006

„NIDA InfoFacts: Stimulant ADHD Medications—Methylphenidate and Amphetamines,“ National Institute on Drug Abuse

Vanderbilt University
Psychology Dept.

The Harvard Crimson Center for Substance Abuse Research

Novartis (Ritalin description)

University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston

University of Indiana
Prevention Resource Center

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

New York University Health Center

The Family Council on Drug Awareness

 

THE TRUTH ABOUT SYNTHETIC DRUGS REFERENCES

1. “DEA News: Huge Synthetic Drug Takedown,” Drug Enforcement Administration news release, May 7, 2014.

2. Study by Recreational Drug European Network, 2013.

3. “Global Synthetic Drugs Assessment,” UN Office on Drugs and Crime, 2014.

4. “Acute Kidney Injury Associated with Synthetic Cannabinoid Use – Multiple States,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 2012.

5. “Lab Results Confirm CBP in Ohio Discover Synthetic Narcotics in Incense Packets,” U.S. Customs and Border Protection, January 14, 2009.

6. “Comprehensive Drug Information on Synthetic Cannabinoids – ‘Spice’ and ‘K2’,” Hunterdown Drug Awareness Program, June 29, 2012.

7. Study by The Scripps Research Institute, 2013.

8. The DAWN Report, U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, September 17, 2013.

9. “These Aren’t Your Grandma’s Bath Salts,” American College of Emergency Physicians, March 28, 2013.

10. “The Toxicology of Bath Salts: A Review of Synthetic Cathinones,” Jane M. Prosser, Lewis S. Nelson, Journal of Medical Toxicology, March 2012.

11. Synthetic Drug Abuse Prevention Act of 2012.

12. “‘N-bomb’ drug stirs fears among police, doctors,” USA Today, May 4, 2013.

13. “The Synthetic Drug Craze: What Chiefs Need to Know,” Emily K. Dye, The Police Chief, September 2013.

14. “Teen Seizures and Deaths Linked to Dangerous Designer Drug ‘N-Bomb’ – Part 1,” Addiction Treatment Magazine, April 18, 2014.

Other sources: U.S. National Institute on Drug Abuse and U.S. Office of National Drug Control Policy.