Methamphetamine, CSA Schedule
II, is a potent central nervous system stimulant. Meth is
smoked, snorted, injected or administered orally. Users
refer to meth as "crank," "speed," "crystal" and "ice."
Signs of meth use include dilated pupils, sweating, dry mouth,
flushed skin and tremors. Methamphetamine users may also
exhibit aggressive and psychotic behavior, irritability,
anxiety, paranoia, and auditory hallucinations. There are
also limitless long-term effects attributed to methamphetamine
use including cardiac and neurological damage.