Meth is made from a very easy recipe and can be cooked and ready in 6 to 8 hours in a moble meth lab where the cookware can be relocated to avoid detection of any fumes or vapors that are associated with the making of meth. The main ingredients used in making meth is ephedrine and pseudoephedrine, which are chemicals found in common cold and allergy medicines.
Meth is manufactured using toxic chemicals such as lithium from batteries, bleach and drain cleaner, paint thinner, lye, red phosphorous and iodine crystals. It costs about $140 to make one ounce of meth and can be sold for as much as $1200.
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