„NINFO“ (Information on Drugs) — is a section where you can find a structured information (table) on narcotic and psychotropic substances controlled in Lithuania (hereinafter referred to as "controlled substance").
In Lithuania, there are four schedules of narcotic and psychotropic substances. In the Schedule I the majority of narcotic and psychotropic substances are controlled by generic groups (group of substances) and others - by individual names. In Schedules II, III and IV all substances are controlled only by individual names.
“NINFO” provides table with an "expanded" list of Schedule I and all controlled substances in Schedules II, III and IV.
The table lists (in alphabetical order) narcotic and psychotropic substances prohibited in Lithuania and provides the following information:
The list of all controlled substances provided in NINFO is not final. The list is updated periodically.
The information is available only to registered users.
Last updated 5 September, 2022.
There are 4 lists:
Narcotic and psychotropic substances banned for medical use, except cases when substances included in Schedule I are in the composition of an authorised medicinal product (hereinafter referred to as “I”);
Narcotic and psychotropic substances allowed for medical purposes, where abuse leads to harm, and they are considered highly harmful to human health (hereinafter referred to as “II”);
Psychotropic substances allowed for medical purposes, where abuse leads to harm, and they are considered harmful to human health (hereinafter referred to as “III”);