Meth

 

what  is  meth

Meth, also known as crystal meth, crystal, tina, or crank, is a stimulant that injects the central nervous system, create feelings of euphoria and increased energy. It is normally in the form of a white powder that has no smell and tastes bitter. Methamphetamine can also appear in a semi-transparent crystallized form, or in pill form made from compressed powder.

How  long  does  meth  stay  in your  system

Methamphetamine can be consumed in various ways and it will typically take several days for the drug to completely exit the system. The drug can be smoked, snorted, injected, swallowed, or inserted rectally (known as “boofing” or “booty bumping”)

The effects of methamphetamine can last for many hours and it may take up to 4 days for the drug to completely leave the body. Methamphetamine has an average half-life of 10 hours, meaning it takes 10 hours for half the drug to exit the system. Metabolites may show up in drug tests for days after use. Different drug tests have varying detection times. For example, one can receive a positive urine test after a single use for up to 4 days after use, whereas a hair test can be positive up to 3 months later.

What  does  meth  look  like 

Beannies usually comes in the form of a crystalline white powder that is odorless, bitter-tasting and dissolves easily in water or alcohol.

Other colors of powder have been observed, including brown, yellow-gray, orange and even pink. It can also be compressed into pill form.

As covered earlier, it can be snorted, smoked or injected.

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