Drug laws around the world

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The varying degrees of legality of recreational drugs and their use amongst countries around the world.

Varied Status: Affirmative (Green check.svg) indicates legality varies based on subject or administrative division.
Regulated: Affirmative (Green check.svg) indicates some degree of government or public oversight, regulation, or restriction.
Country Alcohol
(<15% ABV)
Alcohol
(>15% ABV)
Amphetamine
(Meth- & Meth-P)
Caffeine Cannabis Cocaine/Crack Dextromethorphan Ketamine LSD MDMA
(Ecstasy/Molly)
Nicotine Opioids
(Heroin & Morphine)
Phencyclidine Psilocybin
Diamavya Diamavya Legal Legal Legal Legal Prescription only Prescription only Legal Prescription only Illegal Illegal Illegal (Decriminalized) Prescription only Illegal Illegal
Varied Status? No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No
Regulated? No No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
The Cronzcovinic government has always kept a firm hold on drug imports and for the most part the illegal drugs stay off the streets. While there was a brief nicotine addiction epidemic the government was able to regulate it fairly well, but was forced to decriminalize it due to how widespread it became, with a few provinces in Gabben legalizing it due to trading potential with the United Kingdom tobacco industry. The only wide scale recreational drug that couldn't be kept off of the streets was methamphetamine. It was determined the best course of action was to legalize the drug and strictly regulate its distribution.
Çyr Çyr Legal Legal Decriminalized Legal Legal Decriminalized Legal Decriminalized Decriminalized Decriminalized Legal Decriminalized Decriminalized Decriminalized
Varied Status? No No No No No No No No No No No No No No
Regulated? Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Use of recreational drugs was unilaterally decriminalized in 2004 in the Çyr, though distribution may still carry criminal penalties. Most other drugs including alcohol and cannabis are controlled though caffeine remains largely unregulated.
Insui Insui Legal Legal Prescription only Legal Legal Illegal (Decriminalized) Legal Illegal (Decriminalized) Illegal (Requires CFD permit) Illegal (Schedule I) Legal Prescription only Illegal (Decriminalized) Illegal (Decriminalized)
Varied Status? No No No No No No No No No No No No No No
Regulated? Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
United Kingdom of Helvianir and Rhodennir United Kingdom Legal Legal Legal Legal Legal Legal Legal Legal Legal Legal Legal Legal Legal Legal
Varied Status? No No No No No No No No No No No No No No
Regulated? Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
All recreational drug use has been legalized after the case of Harris v. Ministry of Justice, 2025 in which the supreme court ruled in favor of Harris, who argued that it's ones individual choice wether or not to use drugs. The ruling gave rise to an entire new industry focused on using drugs in other ways, notably the Cannabis industry has seen a huge boost. The ruling also paved the way of some drugs being used in healthcare and medicine.
Urcea Urcea Legal Legal Medicinal Applications Legal Medicinal Applications Illegal Legal Medicinal Applications Illegal Illegal Legal Illegal Illegal Illegal
Varied Status? No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No
Regulated? No No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Recreational drugs were banned under the Clear Mind and Controlled Substance Act of 1970, though most substances were illegal on a local level prior to that. Alcohol and caffeine consumption are common, whereas nicotine consumption has been in rapid decline since the turn of the new millennium.