“I Don’t Know That I Would Even Call it Meth Anymore”

“Soon, tons of P2P meth were moving north, without any letup, and the price of meth collapsed. But there was more to the story than higher volume. Ephedrine meth tended to damage people gradually, over years. With the switchover to P2P meth, that damage seemed to accelerate, especially damage to the brain.”

Source: The Atlantic
Published: Oct 18, 2021
Length: 30 minutes (7,655 words)
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