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Vorbemerkung: Die Zusammenfassung verschiedener Wirkstoffe unter diesem, von lat. stimulus (Stachel, Antrieb, Reiz) abgeleiteten Begriff stellt auf die charakteristische anregende und leistungssteigernde Wirkungskomponente dieser Gruppe von Rauschdrogen ab (engl. CNS Stimulants). Synonym wird der ältere, von Lewin geprägte, heute weniger gebräuchliche Begriff „Excitantia“ verwandt.


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