Who invented crystal meth?

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crystal meth was first invented in the mid 1900's by a Japanese chemist under the name of Akira Ogata. Japanese originally used this drug as a medication until it found out it was highly addictive and could cause many health issues to it's patients and not long after it became illegal..
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