Saudi Arabia: Important directive from authorities regarding the sale of medicines

Riyadh: Saudi authorities have stated that selling medicines that are addictive without a prescription is a punishable offense, and the pharmacist selling such drugs will face action against them.

According to Urdu News, the Saudi Public Prosecution has said that it is a punishable offense to sell drugs containing addictive substances without a prescription.

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The Public Prosecution stated on Twitter that a pharmacist who sells such drugs without a doctor’s prescription, which contain specific addictive ingredients in their preparation, will face a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 15 years imprisonment.

The Public Prosecution also stated that this punishment is mentioned in Articles 29 and 38 of the Narcotics Control Law.

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