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an amphetamine derivative (trade name Methedrine) used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride

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35) Notwithstanding, whether the chronic intake of large doses of ketamine is related to depressive disorders remains unknown, it should be noted that a large proportion of ketamine users also take other stimulants such as methylamphetamine and cocaine, both of which are associated with depressive disorders.
Gyger, who has no previous drug convictions, was jailed for four years after admitting producing methylamphetamine - at the time a Class B drug but now reclassified as Class A because it is so dangerous.
She warned of "very serious" consequences if methylamphetamine - known as crystal meth or "ice"-secured a hold in the UK.
The commercial traffickable quantities for methylamphetamine from 100g to 50g (when pure) and from 500g to 250g (when mixed).
But when the unit was searched two rooms had been set up for the commercial production of methylamphetamine and 27.
Mr Justice Burnett said police found Bird with plastic bags of white powder containing methamphetamine, also known as methylamphetamine, worth up to PS150, in October, 2012.
After a toxicology report, pathologist Dr Matthew Lyall found 3'4-methylenedioxy methylamphetamine toxicity - known as MDMA - as the reason for Rose's death.
He also admitted two conspiracies to supply amphetamine between January and April this year, and possessing methylamphetamine, a Class A drug, with intent to supply.
On analysis of the liquid in the phial, it was found to contain methylamphetamine.
CRYSTAL meth, or methylamphetamine, was reclassified as a Class A drug last year.
Luke Carey, 24, admitted giving methylamphetamine to 16-year-old Poppy Rodgers at a house in York in April last year.
Jagger was accused of being in possession of four tablets containing amphetamine sulphate and methylamphetamine hydrochloride on the same date.
The certificate said he had a one-10,000th of a substance resembling methylamphetamine.
This morning he ought also to be rateful that, after admitting the production of methylamphetamine, he received a prison term of just four years.
At least a dozen household cough and cold remedies contain the pseudoephedrine and ephedrine which can be used to make methylamphetamine, or crystal meth.