If, when you hear the word "meth", you think of meth mouth... you - like a majority of americans (including me before researching for the book)- may have long been deceived by wrongly-presented information in the form of hysteria. ( https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/…/methamphetamine-da… )

More interesting is the fact that meth and adderall are virtually the same pharmacological substance. adderall is what's called a d-amphetamine which means it doesn't have the 'methyl' ... group of a methamphetamine. Despite rhetoric, there are no studies showing the methyl group has any effect on the speed at which it enters the brain (the reason many think of methamphetamine as more dangerous and addictive).

In fact, some studies- including this one by Dr. Carl Hart et. al- ( https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3475187/ ) are well-controlled, repeated, and show no behavioral OR physiological differences between people who take meth and adderall (participants are given meth, adderall, or a placebo at random times without prior knowledge. They are asked to preform cognitive and physical tasks, as well as submit blood work, urine samples, and vital measurements. long sleeve prom dresses 2019

It's important that our baseline for drug policy, including education, is FACTUAL.

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