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Woman Tells Police She Has A Medical License For Meth

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Woman Tells Police She Has A Medical License For Meth

A woman named Ginger Sharpe violated her possession when she tested positive for methamphetamine and ever in the fashion of someone who is just at rock bottom because of that CRAP she had a pretty interesting defense…

Sharpe attempted to tell her parole officer… she had a prescription for “medical meth”… She didn’t stop there, according to her, a doctor in town, she claimed, wrote the prescription AND SHE EVEN HAD A PRESCRIPTION BOTTOM with a label that said “meth tablets”.

According to Drug Abuse GOV:

Methamphetamine was developed early in the 20th century from its parent drug, amphetamine, and was used originally in nasal decongestants and bronchial inhalers. Like amphetamine, methamphetamine causes increased activity and talkativeness, decreased appetite, and a pleasurable sense of well-being or euphoria.

However, methamphetamine differs from amphetamine in that, at comparable doses, much greater amounts of the drug get into the brain, making it a more potent stimulant. It also has longer-lasting and more harmful effects on the central nervous system. These characteristics make it a drug with high potential for widespread abuse.

Methamphetamine has been classified by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration as a Schedule II stimulant, which makes it legally available only through a nonrefillable prescription.

Medically it may be indicated for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and as a short-term component of weight-loss treatments, but these uses are limited and it is rarely prescribed; also, the prescribed doses are far lower than those typically abused.

Methamphetamine increases the amount of the natural chemical dopamine in the brain. Dopamine is involved in body movement, motivation, pleasure, and reward (pleasure from natural behaviors such as eating).

The drug’s ability to release high levels of dopamine rapidly in reward areas of the brain produces the “rush” (euphoria) or “flash” that many people experience.

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