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I have witnessed the behaviour of meth addicts, and heard terrible stories. My first encounter with the meth addict happened a while ago and I know the risks and “high” of using the speed. What I want to know is how methamphetamine is detected in human body, aside from urine test.

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You probably watch too many forensics TV shows. Anyhow, blood is the best way to detect metamphetamine and if possible, muscle tissues show fairly the same amount of metamphetamine traces as blood. Over time, meth damages neuron cell endings. In living, one can usually expect the decaying teeth, respiratory problems, anorexia and paranoia.
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