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Synonyms for meth

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

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The research-based program has had a profound effect, first in Montana, where teen meth use has dropped 63 percent and meth-related crime has declined by 62 percent.
The officer found 15 bottles in the trunk full of dissolved meth, but labeled as Mexican tequila.
The 53-year-old Billing, Montana resident was charged with possession of meth for distribution and possession of two firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking.
Oregon solved its meth lab problem, but let's be clear: Meth continues to enter the state in significant quantities, much of it manufactured in superlabs in Mexico and Southern California.
Many of the town's citizens ended up becoming addicted to meth or pills, while others engaged in manufacturing or transporting illegal drugs.
Meth use/abuse has increased dramatically in the United States since the early 1990s and continues to be a major concern for law enforcement, drug treatment systems, and health and social service systems.
Meth abusers say that when they are using this drug, they experience an enormous feeling of energy, making them feel unstoppable and very strong.
Significantly, the producers have not shied away from any topic in describing meth's damage or its aftereffects; this helps to show clearly how meth destroys normal lives, and then how that normalcy can be regained.
First Sorg and her students had to discover whether a dose of meth could affect the snails' breathing behaviour.
Travis Wendel, a drug researcher conducting a meth study funded by the National Institutes of Health, says methamphetamine has never been widely popular here, perhaps because other drugs have always been more readily available and cheaper in New York than in other parts of the country.
This Article describes the meth problem, the Meth Project, the results it produced in Montana, and some key features of its model.
For example, Faces of Meth could use black bars to block the eyes of the people in the photos.
Up to 95 percent of meth addicts can have rapid deterioration of their teeth after only four to six months of abuse," says Dr.
The Montana Meth Project announced exciting news recently, with the results of the Montana's Youth Risk Behavior Survey showing.
Residents are able to use the new online registries to check for meth offenders in select states.