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  • The Value of Faith Based Meth Addiction Help

    The Value of Faith Based Meth Addiction Help

    From coast to coast the problem of meth addiction has been growing with every passing year. Meth addiction is not confined to the inner cities or poor parts of the country, and meth addicts come from all walks of life. Men and women, young and old, rich and poor - they can all fall victim to the problem of meth addiction and be subject to all the dangers that addiction can create.
    From the...

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  • The Value of Christian Treatment Centers for Meth Abuse

    The Value of Christian Treatment Centers for Meth Abuse

    The problem of meth abuse has never been greater, and the dangers have never been more intense. From the inner cities to the most rural parts of the country, the use of meth has been growing to epidemic proportions and taking even law enforcement by surprise.
    Sometimes the problem of meth abuse flies under the radar, with addicts making their own supplies and sharing meth with their...

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  • Crystal Meth History

    Crystal Meth History

    Crystal methamphetamine is a stimulant drug that "typically is smoked using glass pipes similar to pipes used to smoke crack cocaine" (DOJ). It can also be injected and it is a "colorless, odorless form of d-methamphetamine." It is a synthetic, or manmade substance, and it looks like little shards of crystal or or rocks that are sometimes bluish-white.
    Though it produces a strong and...

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  • Meth Abuse, Withdrawal Detox and Rehab

    Meth Abuse, Withdrawal Detox and Rehab

    Methamphetamine is a highly addictive psycho stimulant drug that is a member of the amphetamine class of psychoactive drugs. The drug has many effects, but is mainly known for the energy and alertness that it provides.
    However, the drug has many harmful effects on the human body including: Anorexia Hypertension Insomnia Stroke Heart Attack Hallucinations Obsessive...

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