Amphetamine Crystal is a potent stimulator of the central nervous system (brain and nerves of the spinal cord) and has a medicinal role in a number of diseases. It is also highly addictive and has a history of abuse.
Amphetamine Powder is medically used to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy, a disease characterized by bouts of intense, inappropriate sleepiness.
Amphetamine Powder to a lesser content is also used in the treatment of depression and obesity.
In this article, we will look at amphetamine’s medical usage, its side effects and contraindications.
Amphetamines Powder are synthetic stimulants. Their current medical use is limited, with only Dexedrine (dexamphetamine sulphate) currently available for use in the treatment of narcolepsy – where the patient cannot help suddenly falling asleep. The only other amphetamine-related drug available for medical use is methylphenidate (Ritalin) for the treatment of attention deficit syndrome in children (Ritalin is not strictly an amphetamine, though it is very similar in chemical structure and effects).
It is common for people to mix up methamphetamine and amphetamine. This is understandable, since both are similar in many ways. However, there are many differences between methamphetamine and amphetamine; read below to learn what they are.
Although they have a lot in common, amphetamines and methamphetamines are not the same drug. Each one acts differently on the body and the mind. Meth is manufactured by using its parent drug, amphetamine. Over the last decade, methamphetamine has received a large amount of publicity throughout the world. Most of the publicity was about the heavy abuse and addictions caused by the drug. Amphetamine has been around for a long time and has been prescribed by doctors and can be found in various medications. While both are addicting, methamphetamine has become more popular amongst abusers.