How to Make the Drug Ice?


The drug that is called 'ice' is known by other names such as speed, crack, crystal. It is methamphetamine, and it is very addictive. It's hard to make, and you need to get some ingredients that are difficult to get. One of them is Sudafed. They have made it difficult to get this in large quantities because you have to show ID each time you get it. They keep track of how much each person gets. It's close to impossible to get away with making meth. You can find more information here:
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Ice is slang term for methamphetamine, or meth. It is a a very addictive stimulant that affects the central'i...
I've actually never heard that term used to describe drugs, but a quick urban dictionary search reveals that its probably just crack.
Not Medical/Legal Advice: Ice is slang 4-Methylaminorex. Overdosing can lead to death!
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The drug Ice is a form of methamphetamine. It is considered a schedule II controlled substance and is illegal to manufacture, sell or use. Beyond legal implications, it is also very hard on your body and causes all sorts of physical problems including rapid heart rate, increased body temperature, strokes and death. For more information look here:;
Making the drug ice is illegal. The manufacturing of any drugs will land you with several felony charges and garner you some hefty prison time so I would advise against it.
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