What is Meth?

Methamphetamine is a powerfully addictive substance that affects the central nervous system. It is as addictive as crack cocaine but is 10 times as strong and 10 times as dangerous.

It is called crank, glass, ice, speed, go fast, chalk, and crystal.

A poison is any substance that produces disease conditions, tissue injury, or otherwise interrupts natural life processes when in contact with or absorbed into the body. Most poisons taken in sufficient quantity are lethal. A poisonous substance may originate as a mineral, vegetable, or an animal and it may assume the form of a solid, liquid, or gas. A poison, depending on the type, may attack the surface of the body or, more seriously, internal organs or the central nervous system. METH IS POISON!

Methamphetamine KILLS either by Overdose, Suicide, Drug Related Health Problems or Drug Related Violence. The average life expectancy for a heavy meth user is 5-7 years.