ICE

By: Andrew Pacheco & Yvette Martinez

What it is considered as?

  • The name of the drug is called :ice
  • The chemical methamphetamine hydro chloride is generally just known as methamphetamine. Common street names for methamphetamine include crank, speed, shabu, meth, glass, shard, crystal meth, and crystal tea.




There is no medical uses.

People just do it for the fun of it.

People that use this drug!!!

Ice is a strong stimulant, a highly purified form of methamphetamine that can be and usually is smoked. It causes a person to be energetic, artificially confident and euphoric. The ice user will normally stay up for days if the supply of ice holds out, eating little or no food. The high from ice can last a short time like a half an hour or as long as a full day. In most cases, the high from ice methamphetamine lasts much longer than the high from cocaine.

The drug is taken in different ways. Like.........

You can use it to smoke, or sniff.

Signs and effects of an overdose?

In large doses, methamphetamine's frequent effects are irritability, aggressive behavior, anxiety, excitement, auditory hallucinations, and paranoia (delusions and psychosis). Abusers tend to be violent. Mood changes are common, and the abuser can rapidly change from friendly to hostile. The paranoia produced by methamphetamine use results in suspiciousness, hyperactive behavior, and dramatic mood swings.

some withdrawal symptoms of ice?

In large doses, methamphetamine's frequent effects are irritability, aggressive behavior, anxiety, excitement, auditory hallucinations, and paranoia (delusions and psychosis). Abusers tend to be violent. Mood changes are common, and the abuser can rapidly change from friendly to hostile. The paranoia produced by methamphetamine use results in suspiciousness, hyperactive behavior, and dramatic mood swings.


What are some signs that someone may be “on” this drug?

When they are not their normal selves and they are down to do anything.


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Any famous people that take this drug?

LADY GAGA


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