By Rob Kampia But rescheduling marijuana would not have allowed doctors to prescribe marijuana nationwide. Coca leaves, from which cocaine is derived, are listed in Schedule II, but physicians cannot prescribe coca leaves — and pharmacies cannot sell these leaves — because no one has moved coca leaves through the FDA approval process to make them available by prescription.

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