Rens from Drugslab tries speed

Speed (methamphetamine, C10H15N) is a potent and addictive central nervous system stimulant, chemically related to amphetamine, but with greater central nervous system side effects. It is a white, odorless, bitter-tasting powder that easily dissolves in water or alcohol. [Via: drugs.com]

Use:

You can use speed in different ways; the most common way is snorting the speed. The effect will be shorter but stronger.
Solvents can be harmful and risky. To reduce the risk, you have to dry the speed first.

The effects last for 5 till 8 hours. 12 hours after taking the speed you may still feel some effects.
Because of duration of speed, taking more than once is not recommended. Because you extend the length of your trip.
Don’t combine it with other drugs and alcohol.

Dose:

The strength of amphetamine varies; so it is hard to define the right dose. 5-40 milligrams of speed is an usual dose, but is depends on the user, the way of using and the strength of the speed.

Risks:

Overheating (hyperthermia). Take rest in a cooler environment, drink not more than 2 glasses of water per hour.
Increased risk of heart problems.
Addiction.
Hangover and psychical problems and hangover.

[Via: Drugslab]

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