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poisonous crystalline alkaloid occurring with ephedrine and isomorphic with it

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Today's traditional pseudoephedrine products provide fantastic congestion relief, but unfortunately are often easily used for illicit meth making," comments Paul Hemings, the company's vice president and general manager.
He attributed a property boom in Kalay, the largest town in this otherwise impoverished region, to the profits made from smuggling pseudoephedrine.
The Parklea man is also alleged to have received an earlier air cargo consignment of tea which contained approximately 20kg of pseudoephedrine in August of 2014.
I reviewed dozens of articles relating to Oregon and Mississippi which currently are the only 2 states that have laws requiring prescriptions for pseudoephedrine.
Oregon's law and a similar one in Mississippi have proven effective in reducing meth labs - so effective that Congress should follow their lead and require all Americans to get prescriptions for pseudoephedrine medications.
While Mexico is a major supplier of methamphetamine, the country currently has no facilities or chemical plants that can synthesize or manufacture pseudoephedrine or ephedrine powder.
Drug options Pseudoephedrine (Su-dafed 12/24), phenylephrine (Sudafed PE, 4-Way Fast-Acting nasal spray), naphazoline (Privine nasal spray), oxy-metazoline (Afrin nasal spray).
Part ii explores the circuit split surrounding the scienter requirements of the pseudoephedrine statute.
The Associated Press reports that a newly popular "shake and bake" meth-making method requires much less pseudoephedrine, uses easily available household chemicals, and can be executed inside a two-liter plastic bottle.
Children taking pseudoephedrine alone had a reduction equal to that seen with the placebo.
TORONTO -- Grocery stores in Ontario can once again sell over-the-counter cough and cold medications containing the decongestant pseudoephedrine, a provincial judge ruled last week, overturning a ban on the sales instituted in April 2006 by the National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities.
Two ingredients found in a range of over-the-counter treatments - pseudoephedrine and ephedrine - can be used to produce the highly addictive Class A stimulant, which is also known as Ice.
The Combat Methamphetamine Act of 2005, which trumps laws that had already been passed in many states, made stores move their cold medicines containing the decongestant pseudoephedrine -- which can be extracted and used to make methamphetamine -- behind the counter, limit the amount that consumers can purchase and require purchasers to present photo identification.