25I-NBOMe is the most reported substance in 2014: By September 2014, 25I-NBOMe was the most frequently reported NPS to the UNODC Early Warning Advisory (EWA) (43% of reported cases), followed by 25C-NBOMe and methylone. These are followed by the synthetic cannabinoid AKB48 (APINACA) and MAM-2201, both reported by 35% of all countries and territories.
Synthetic cannabinoids are the fastest growing NPS group in 2014: Up to September 2014 a total number of 388 new psychoactive substances (NPS) were reported to the UNODC EWA. The majority of recently emerging substances in 2014 were reported as synthetic cannabinoids.
98 countries reporting to UNODC Early Warning Advisory by August 2014: 96 Member States and Territories reported the emergence of NPS by December 2013; this number increased to 98 countries by August 2014.
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