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    Methamphetamine

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    Methamphetamine Methamphetamine is one of the most abused drugs in the United States and worldwide. Methamphetamine is classified as a stimulant. It has many different names: Meth, Crystal, Ice, Crystal Meth or speed. Methamphetamine can be swallowed, smoked, snorted or even injected. Methamphetamine in powder form is usually “cut” with other substances to increase its volume. Methamphetamine in its purest state is called crystal or ice. Compared to other drugs like cocaine, Methamphetamine is

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    Methamphetamine

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    All, got This research venture will be focusing on the abuse his intention law enforcement and Pope provision of the drug methamphetamine. It will also be talking about the use of other stimulants and its effects on the body and the brain. Also because of its effects how addictive that the drugs can be and what “high risk” someone who is addicted to do it may partake in and how those activities are looked upon in society. The united states of America stimulants of this is very high in “2003 20

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    Essay On Methamphetamine

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    One major issue that affects the US today is the use of illegal drugs. One of the fastest growing illegal drugs is methamphetamine. Methamphetamine, also known commonly as meth, is "the label given to a homemade substance that is manufactured (typically) in rural labs using fertilizers, cold tablets, and household acids" (Armstrong, 2007, p. 427). When it is manufactured, it is commonly seen as a powder or crystal that is white in color, has no distinguishable odor, and is pungent to the taste (McKinley

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    Addicted to Methamphetamine

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    are the average teenage boy, an aspiring student, good grades, competitive athlete, close family and friends; and then you are homeless, alone, addicted to drugs and eventually end up in jail. This is what happened to Eric. He had heard about Methamphetamine or “Meth” on the news but did not come face to face with it until watching a friend use it. What started out as what he thought was harmless, became something that he could not live one day without. All it took was one time and he was hooked

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    Methamphetamine Effects

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    Nikki Lewis Mr. Boothby Honors Biology B3 May 10th, 2014 Effects of Methamphetamine Methamphetamine is an extremely addictive stimulant. It has many different names such as meth, crystal, chalk and ice. Methamphetamine comes in the form of a white, odorless, bitter-tasting, crystalline powder and it can be consumed orally, smoked, snorted, absorbed through the skin, or dissolved in alcohol or water and then injected. It can also be brown, yellow, grey, orange or pink and can also be compressed into

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    Methamphetamine History

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    Baden SWK-1105-G1C Carin Burr 30 March 2014 History of Crystal Methamphetamines While there are a large variety of illegal drugs out on the streets currently, one of the most well-known is methamphetamine. Most people today know of the drug, but do not understand how it came into existence. Knowing the history is important, because it can help one to better grasp how it came to be and why so many people today use the drug. Methamphetamine is a stimulant and it is extremely addictive and very powerful

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    2015).” Known for being one of the roots of crime in the United States, Methamphetamine has become an epidemic among teenagers and adults. Methamphetamine is classified as one of the most dangerous drugs in the world. It is inexpensive, most addictive and loaded with dangerous chemicals. Meth users are more likely to partake in criminal activity or outlandish behavior to get high or while they are high. Awareness of methamphetamine is extremely critical because it is necessary to know the ingredients

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    The medical use of amphetamines was common in the 1950/60's when they were used to help cure depression and to help the user lose weight. An amphetamine is a drug that is a stimulant to the central nervous system. Amphetamines are colorless and may be inhaled, injected, or swallowed. Amphetamines are also used non-medically to avoid sleep, improve athletic performance, or to counter the effects of depressant drugs. Amphetamines are addictive. Because of this, when the user discontinues use or reduces

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    Methamphetamine Essay

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    “History has recorded numerous events that verify that our present drug problem is not new or unique to us,” meaning this epidemic with methamphetamine and amphetamine in the United States is nothing new (Sheldon, 2014, para 1). Amphetamine, methamphetamine’s parent drug, was first created in 1887, and in the year 1919, methamphetamine was created as a stimulant by a pharmacologist company in Japan (Watanabe-Galloway et al, 2009, pg 241-242). In the 1930’s, amphetamine was packaged as an over the

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    Methamphetamine And Drugs

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    oral health, prescription and street drugs. My main focus today is on illegal street drugs. Some of the illegal drugs that can affect your mouth is marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy, heroin, and methamphetamine. One of the most common we see today is the effects that methamphetamine has on the mouth. Methamphetamine is a man-made drug that stimulates certain systems in the brain. It can be taken orally, injected, snorted, or smoked. Some slang terms for this drug are known as chalk, crank, croak, crypto

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