Methamphetamine, commonly referred to as meth, is a powerful, highly addictive substance that affects the brain and body. It falls in the category of drugs known as stimulants. Methamphetamine is commonly sold in crystal or powder form. It can be injected, smoked, snorted, or taken orally.

Methamphetamine is sometimes mixed with other substances. These other substances include cannabis, opioids such as heroin or fentanyl, cocaine, and ecstasy.

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SAMHSA: Know the Risks of Meth