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Ads must not promote the sale or use of illicit or recreational drugs, or other unsafe substances, products or supplements, as determined by Meta at its sole discretion.
Advertisers can’t run ads that promote the sale or use of illicit or recreational drugs, or other unsafe substances, products or supplements. Unsafe supplements include but are not limited to: anabolic steroids, chitosan, comfrey, dehydroepiandrosterone, ephedra and human growth hormones.
Note: This policy prohibits the sale or use of illicit or recreational drugs, or other unsafe substances, products or supplements, including prescription drugs. For more information about our policies governing the promotion of prescription drugs, see our Promotion of Prescription Drugs policy.
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Avoid using images of smoking-related accessories (like bongs and rolling papers)
Avoid using images that imply the use of a recreational drug.
Avoid using images of either recreational or medical marijuana.
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