Where Was METH First Discovered?


Methamphetamine (METH) was first discovered from ephedrine in Japan in the year 1893. It was discovered by an angry Japanese chemist who sought to make a difference in the world but apparently ended up using it and getting extremely sick.
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Meth was first discovered by a scientists who was looking for a super drug to give Japanese soldiers. It was invented in 1893 and by 1919 was used by the soldiers. You can find more information here: www.pbs.org
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