Aurolac

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Aurolac is an industrial product sold in Romania, designed for use in repairing terracotta stoves, which is commonly abused as an inhalant.[1] The law HG 767/2001 applies restrictions on where and how aurolac, which it uses as a generic term for a variety of substances containing ethers, ketones, acetates, as well as methanol and toluene, can be sold.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Mihaela. "Curierul Zilei - Comerţul cu aurolac prosperã pe sãnãtatea oamenilor strãzii" [Trade with aurolac thrives on the health of the street people]. www.curier.ro (in Romanian). Retrieved 2018-11-07.
  2. ^ "Hotărâre nr. 767 din 26 iulie 2001 privind regimul de comercializare a produselor în compozitia cărora intra substanţe cu efect ebrionarcotic, produse denumite generic "aurolac"" [Decision no. 767 of 26 July 2001 concerning the marketing of products in the composition of which there are substances with an ebrionarcotic effect, products generically called "aurolac"]. legislatie.just.ro (in Romanian). Retrieved 2018-11-08.