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Making Methamphetamine at home: List of chemicals and materials: Diluted HCl .... The strongly basic solution is shaken vigorously to ensure that all the meth ...

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I no longer have to read the directions to produce it. What to do with it once you have made it. ----------------------------------------- Take a ball about the size of a lead  ...

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There are a great many syntheses. Josh Manson has listed (in general terms) the ingredients ... They are simple syntheses for an organic chemist with a properly equipped lab, but that still doesn't mean they are really practical for most ...

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Nov 13, 2013 ... One Pot / Shake and Bake method if cooking meth **WARNING** Combining these chemicals can result in fire, explosion, injury, death, ...

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New on the scene is the easiest and possibly most dangerous way of making meth. Using the one-pot method means that meth cooks can make meth in one ...

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The basic structure is unchanged, but an HCl molecule has become attracted to the ... It was formerly the most popular method of making meth from ephedrine.

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Aug 25, 2009 ... "Every meth recipe is dangerous, but in this one, if you don't shake it ...... That's not to say you can't make meth from simple starting materials in ...

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Aug 25, 2009 ... A display of items used in the "shake-and-bake" method of manufacturing methamphetamine. The new technique uses far less of the drug ...

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May 19, 2010 ... Here's a quick primer on the two most common meth recipes* and their various explosion hazards, as explained by Jason Grellner, commander ...