Why control drugs and poisons?
Drugs and poisons, when used properly, are of great help, for example in treating illness, making useful household products and eliminating household pests. When not used properly they can harm people. So that drugs and poisons are used in ways which provide the most benefit for the community, the government has made laws to control their manufacture.
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