You may take note that some of these substances are not for human intake but for the purpose of research and external use only. The legality of research chemicals relies on the location where they come from, as well as the substances they contain.
For people residing in countries where laws on “drug analog” are fully implemented, unknown or unpopular substances are mostly not legal to keep or never intended for human consumption but for research purposes only. When it comes to substances similar to prohibited drugs in structure, “analog” is the closest one to this description and it offers just the same effect pharmacologically speaking, or they’re offering the same effects intentionally or most likely.


The laws on analogs take effect only when a person consumes these types of substances, offers them for the purpose of human intake, or takes them intentionally. When these are used to get rid of deadly types of herbs in a garden or to sanitize the comfort room, at that point, the law on analogs is not applicable.
The countries that implement banning laws often declare these research substances as prohibited. For this reason, a substance may become prohibited in no time without any sort of notification needed. People hiding research chemicals at home or anywhere must keep themselves updated with newly enforced law on this matter.
Drugs’ legality is not a guarantee that they are safe to use even for research purpose. The possibility of unintentional inhalation of these drugs in course of investigation may happen due to their toxicity level.