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meth·am·phet·a·mine hy·dro·chlor·ide

(meth'am-fet'ă-mēn hī'drō-klōr'īd),
A sympathomimetic agent that exerts greater stimulating effects on the CNS than amphetamine (hence street name, "speed"); widely used by drug abusers through oral and intravenous ("mainlining") routes; strong psychic dependence may develop. When converted to the freebase (methamphetamine) it can be smoked like crack cocaine and is referred to by various street names, for example, ice.
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methamphetamine hydrochloride

(mĕth″ăm-fĕt′ă-mēn)
A sympathomimetic drug used as a stimulant or weight-loss promoter. It is a controlled substance that causes euphoria and has a high potential for abuse.
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meth·am·phet·a·mine hy·dro·chlor·ide

(metham-fetă-mēn hīdrŏ-klōrīd)
Sympathomimetic agent that exerts greater stimulating effects on the central nervous system than amphetamine (hence street name, "speed"); widely used by drug abusers through oral and intravenous ("mainlining") routes; strong psychic dependence may develop. When converted to the freebase (methamphetamine), it can be smoked like crack cocaine and is commonly referred to by various street names.
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