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Buying Syringes In Florida !EXCLUSIVE!

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But Dr. Richard Lockey, a professor at the University of South Florida who has been an allergy doctor since the 1970s, said some patients have always preferred syringes over the branded EpiPens and predicted that rising prices will likely prompt more to make that choice. He estimates that 1 out of every 6 of his patients chooses the regular syringes.

There is no federal law prohibiting the possession of syringes. It is all state law. About five states don't have drug paraphernalia (DP) laws, and about 10 exclude syringes from this list. That leaves about 30+ states that do have syringe laws. And this is where it gets complicated.

Dirty needles can spread blood-borne disease, and though addicts may know this, if they are desperate, they will use a dirty needle anyway. In an effort to decrease the spread of blood-borne illnesses, such as Hepatitis C and HIV, government sponsored agencies have set up these needle exchange programs. The concept is that it is the lesser of two evils. These programs stand a better chance of keeping the general public safer from the spread of blood-borne illnesses perpetuated by dirty-syringe drug users than outlawing syringes outright.

What about buying a syringe? About half of the states allow for purchase of a syringe with no prescription for either the syringe or ID. In all other states except for two, there are no laws specifically prohibiting it, but no law allowing it either. (You take your chances!) And in two states, Delaware and Tennessee, the law specifically prohibits retail sale of syringes without a prescription. (Note, however, that Tennessee does have a needle exchange program in three cities: Chattanooga, Knoxville, and Nashville.)

Unfortunately the legality of syringes is a complicated issues because at the heart of it is the issue of criminalizing addiction. No one uses a syringe as a preferred method of drug ingestion. Injected recreational drugs are highly addictive, and if someone is tempted to use old or dirty needles, risking their life, they need help, not necessarily a criminal record.

California law (AB1743) permits licensed pharmacies and physicians throughout the State to sell or furnish an unlimited number of syringes without a prescription to customers over the age of 18, and allows adults to purchase and possess syringes for personal use when acquired from an authorized source.

California Assembly Bill 1743 (Ting, Chapter 331, Statutes of 2014) permits physicians and pharmacists in California to furnish or sell syringes without a prescription to adults 18 years of age or older for disease prevention purposes.

If you order over 10 syringes or needles from these states, you must provide us with a prescription. These states require a prescription to order syringes or needles. If you order from one of these states, you must provide us with a prescription. In Florida and Virginia, you assert that you are not a minor.

New Mexico allows the sale and distribution of an unlimited number of needles by licensed pharmacists. South Carolina has no reference to syringes or injection in its paraphernalia laws. Thirteen states have syringe prescription laws: Seven states have syringe prescription laws that are a limited barrier to syringe access.

1997: Amended paraphernalia and prescription laws to allow pharmacy sale of up to 10 syringes without a prescription and the possession of up to 10 unused syringes. 2000: Amended syringe prescription law to allow purchase of ten or fewer needles in a pharmacy without a prescription.

Nonprescription Sale of Syringes in Pharmacies. As of January 1, 2015, licensed pharmacists may sell hypodermic needles and syringes to adults age 18 and older without a prescription in order to reduce the spread of blood-borne diseases. 041b061a72


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