By Nicholas Sheffield
Methamphetamine is a presciption drug (Desoxyn) that can be used to treat ADHD and help patients against obesity. It is a rarely used schedule II drug, meaning it can only be prescribed without refill.
Methamphetamine's slang names include meth, crystal, chalk, and ice because of its white color.
How it is used
Meth is usually smoked, snorted, or taken by injecting it mixed with water or alcohol.
Methamphetamines are legal as presciption drugs by doctors.
Short/Long Term Effects
Short Term:Loss of appetite, increased heart rate, pupil dilation, nausea, and seizures
Long Term:Anxiety, confusion, insomnia, mood swings, excessive weight loss, paranoia, and dellusions.