Abuse of Wushi Powder in Old China

Substance abuse leads to significant morbidity and mortality worldwide, with governments struggling to find either effective treatment for drug abusers or effective control policies. This article focuses on the period in Chinese history when Wushi powder was regularly abused and offers a unique chance to understand the life cycle of an abusive substance, particularly in a Chinese context.

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