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How to make Sudafed out of Meth

Feb 28, 2012 By Abraham 4

Because the active ingredient in Sudafed — Pseudoephedrine — is used in the concoction of meth, it is increasingly regulated by law, and thus increasingly difficult to come by. Meth, on the other hand, may not be.

If your allergies are killing you and you just can’t find any Sudafed, then The Journal of Apocryphal Chemistry is here for you. In this month’s issue they offer instructions on how to turn your methylamphetamines into Pseudoephedrine…



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4 Comments

  1. Jeff says:

    I just stuck a couple of copies of that in the Doctor’s lounge in the hospital I work at. I wonder if they’ll pick it up?

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