Cesar Alimoto/AFP via Getty ImagesThe Philippines is known for being the largest drug-producing nation in the world, with the country producing more than 90% of the world’s opium and coca leaves.
However, the country’s drugs problem has been getting worse over the years.
Last year, authorities announced they were shutting down a number of pharmacies that were illegally selling drugs, but the drug situation has remained the same.
Drugs like methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine-laced sweets have been found at the hands of users who have been using drugs like cocaine and methamphetamines.
However it’s not just the Philippines that has its problems with drugs.
There are several other countries that have also struggled with drug abuse, especially in Africa.
The United States has been criticized for its harsh policies and its war on drugs.
However, it’s also becoming a safe place for people to buy drugs from, especially when it comes to marijuana.
Many people are getting addicted to drugs like meth, heroin and crack cocaine and buying their supplies through illegal channels.
The situation is worsening in the Philippines because of the war on drug and its effects on the country, as it is becoming increasingly difficult for people with the right education to get drugs.
According to the Department of Health, more than 60% of Filipinos have used illegal drugs.
That means that if they are not getting treatment, they will continue to do so.
Drug abuse is still very prevalent in the country.
According to statistics from the National Bureau of Statistics, there were more than 4,000 drug-related deaths last year.
In 2015, there was 1,824 drug-dependent deaths, according to the countrys Ministry of Health.
This is more than double the previous year.
The Philippine government is taking measures to fight the problem, but they do not solve it, said a senior health official.
There have been reports of people buying drugs from people they know through social media.
They are also buying drugs with their families, as well as from acquaintances and acquaintances.
In many cases, these people are also selling the drugs at their homes.
According a spokesperson for the Philippines Department of Social Welfare and Development, the government is currently investigating the cases of these drug dealers.
They will also investigate the social media posts.
Drug addiction is an issue that has been very difficult to solve, as the country is not a big economy and there is no government agency to tackle the problem.
The Philippines’ drug problem is only getting worse as time goes by, as more people are addicted to narcotics and the country has lost its competitive edge.