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ACMD's latest Methylamphetamine Advice

The Home Secretary has accepted the ACMD’s recommendation to reclassify methylamphetamine to a Class A Drug.  Methylamphetamine (commonly referred…

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ACMD's latest Methylamphetamine advice

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The Home Secretary has accepted the ACMD’s recommendation to reclassify methylamphetamine to a Class A Drug.  Methylamphetamine (commonly referred to as methamphetamine or by its street name of “crystal meth” or “ice”) is a member of a broad class of psycho-stimulant compounds called amphetamines, which act on the central and peripheral nervous system.

Published 19 December 2005