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Publisher: DrugScope (February 4, 2002)
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Amphetamine and methamphetamine are central nervous system stimulants used to treat a variety of conditions; when used recreationally, they are colloquially known as "speed.

Amphetamine and methamphetamine are central nervous system stimulants used to treat a variety of conditions; when used recreationally, they are colloquially known as "speed. Around the same time, Japanese organic chemist Nagai Nagayoshi isolated ephedrine from the Ephedra sinica plant and later developed a method for ephedrine synthesis.

Amphetamine (also known as lamine, amfetamine, and speed) is a stimulant substance of the .

Amphetamine (also known as lamine, amfetamine, and speed) is a stimulant substance of the phenethylamine class

Includes amphetamine side effects, interactions and indications.

Includes amphetamine side effects, interactions and indications.

Amphetamine (contracted from lamine) is a. .

Amphetamine was discovered in 1887 and exists as two enantiomers: levoamphetamine and dextroamphetamine. It is a prescription drug in many countries, and unauthorized possession and distribution of amphetamine are often tightly controlled due to the significant health risks associated with recreational us.The first amphetamine pharmaceutical was Benzedrine, a brand which was used to treat a variety of conditions.

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Amphetamines Definition Amphetamines are a group of drugs that stimulate the central nervous system. Amphetamines are stimulant drugs that improve concentration, reduce appetite, and help keep users awake. Stimulants heighten the activity of a living being. Some of the brand names of amphetamines sold in the United States are Dexedrine, Biphetamine, Das, Dexampex, Ferndex, Oxydess II, Spancap No 1, Desoxyn, and Methampex.

Amphetamine (contracted from alpha‑) is a potent central nervous system (CNS) . The first pharmaceutical amphetamine was Benzedrine, a brand of inhalers used to treat a variety of conditions. Currently, pharmaceutical amphetamine is prescribed as racemic amphetamine, Adderall, dextroamphetamine, or the inactive prodrug lisdexamfetamine.

Used as a study aid, to stay awake, and to suppress appetites. Prescribed as Adderall®, Concerta®, Dexedrine®, Focalin®, Metadate®, Methylin®, Ritalin®. Bennies, Black Beauties, Crank, Ice, Speed, Uppers.

It's a pity not more people are smoking, sniffing and injecting more of this wonderful class of drugs, as they do seem to cause the most psychotic breaks from any other drug when used recreationally. Another reason amphetaminoids are so great is that they get you addicted a lot easier, with less money.

Amphetamine structure presents one chiral center and it exists in the form of dextro- and levo-isomers. During World War II, amphetamine was used to promote wakefulness in the soldiers. The first product of Smith, Kline and French was approved by the FDA on 1976. This use derived into a large overproduction of amphetamine and all the surplus after the war finalized ended up in the black market, producing the initiation of the illicit abuse.