How Do You Make Amphetamine?


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Iris Phillips answered
Due to the legal implications listed below, we are unable to provide instructions on how to produce amphetamine. Anyone tempted to find instructions or recipes on how to make amphetamine elsewhere should also consider having a look at the info-drug-rehab website.

  • UK Laws
In the UK, amphetamines are considered as Class B drugs. Maximum penalties for unauthorized possession are five years imprisonment and unlimited fines, and 14 years prison and an unlimited fine for illegal supply. Methamphetamine was recently reclassified to Class A, incurring 7 years in prison and unlimited fines for illegal possession.

  • Dutch Laws
In the Netherlands, methamphetamine and amphetamine are List I Opium Law drugs. The amphetamine dextro isomer, however, is indicated for narcolepsy, ADD and ADHD, and is available on prescription in the shape of 5 mg and 10 mg gel capsules, as well as 5 mg and 10 mg generic tablets.

  • US Laws
In the United States, methamphetamine and amphetamine are both Schedule II drugs. They are classified as central nervous system or CNS, stimulants. Schedule II drugs are classified as having a high potential for abuse and currently being accepted for medical use under severe restrictions, as well as having a high potential of severe physiological and psychological dependence.

  • Canadian Laws
According to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, Schedule III, the possession of amphetamines is a criminal offense in Canada. Repeat offenders can expect a maximum penalty of up to a year of imprisonment, fines up to $2,000, or both.

Considering these laws, as well as the potentially fatal side-effects of amphetamines, we are sure that our readers will appreciate our inability to provide the requested information on these pages. There is no doubt that those willing to take the risks will be able to find this information somewhere.
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ando pit answered
Daily use of the amphetamines is dangerous for pepole or not ? Why ?

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