Speed (Amphetamine)

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Speed Amphetamine was first synthesized in 1887 by Lazăr Edeleanu, a Romanian chemist working in Germany, however, it was not until the 1930s that it was used medically. Under the trade name Benzedrine, amphetamines were used to treat a whole range of disorders including: fatigue, epilepsy, migraine, depression, alcoholism and schizophrenia.

During World War II, speed amphetamine and methamphetamine were employed for their performance-enhancing and stimulant effects, including to help combat ‘battle fatigue’. An estimated 72 million tablets were issued to British forces. German and Japanese soldiers also used amphetamines and Hitler is said to have been on daily injections. This pattern of use amongst troops continued amongst the US army in the Korean and Vietnam wars.

Speed Amphetamine and methamphetamine are stimulant drugs. They increase breathing and heart rate and lessen appetite. Users tend to feel more alert, energetic, confident and cheerful and less bored or tired. With high doses people often experience a rapid flow of ideas and feel they have increased physical and mental powers.

Like all drugs, the method taken determines how quickly and how intense the effects will be. If swallowed, the effects come on slower and are less intense. If snorted, smoked or injected, the effects are quick and, depending on dose, can be intense.



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Buy Speed Amphetamine discreetly online! Pure amphetamines are white, odourless, bitter-tasting crystalline powders. Illicitly prepared amphetamines vary in purity. They may be whitish with traces of gray or pink and may be a coarse powder, or in crystals or chunks.  They may smell “fishy” or like ammonia. Methamphetamine resembles shaved glass slivers or clear rock salt.

Amphetamines are injected, smoked, sniffed or taken as pills.

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When amphetamines were easy to get, many people used them to stay awake and to have more energy. Truck drivers, students and athletes were especially likely to abuse amphetamines. Even recently, soldiers have been given amphetamines for endurance in battle. People with eating disorders may use these drugs to try to lose weight.

In a 2017 survey of Ontario students in grades 7 to 12, about two percent of students reported non-medical use of ADHD stimulant drugs in the past year.

How does “Buy Speed Amphetamine discreetly online” make you feel?

The way amphetamines make you feel depends on:

  • If you use it often
  • how often and how long you use them
  • how you use them (by injection, orally, etc.)
  • your mood, expectation and environment
  • your age
  • whether you have certain pre-existing medical or psychiatric conditions
  • whether you’ve taken any alcohol or other drugs (illegal, prescription, over-the-counter or herbal).

When speed amphetamines are injected or smoked, they reach the brain quickly and produce a “rush,” or surge of euphoria, immediately.

The effects of amphetamines are often different from person to person.

Speed Amphetamines can make people:

  • alert, confident and energetic
  • talkative, restless and excited
  • feel a sense of power and superiority
  • tense and nervous
  • hostile and aggressive.

In children who are hyperactive, however, amphetamines and related drugs, in the correct doses, can have a calming effect.

Amphetamines reduce hunger and increase breathing, heart rate and blood pressure. Larger doses may cause fever, sweating, headache, nausea, blurred vision, very fast or irregular heartbeat, tremors, loss of co-ordination and collapse.

How long does the feeling last?

The initial rush after injecting or smoking lasts only a minute. With some types of amphetamines, the stimulant effects can last up to 12 hours. Some people may use amphetamines repeatedly over a period of several days to try to stay high.

Is Speed Amphetamine addictive?

When taken as prescribed, amphetamines and related drugs do not cause addiction. However, these drugs can cause addiction if they are misused. Methylphenidate is less likely to cause addiction than other amphetamines.

Regular non-medical use of amphetamines can lead to tolerance. This means that the person needs to take more and more of the drug to get the desired effect. Regular use of amphetamines, especially when the drug is smoked or injected, can quickly cause addiction.

Addiction means that cravings and compulsive use of the drug become very important to a person. If drug use is stopped, the person usually goes through withdrawal, also called “the crash.” Symptoms of withdrawal can include fatigue, restless sleep, irritability, intense hunger, depression, suicidal behaviour and fits of violence.

People who use amphetamines often also use other drugs, such as alcoholcannabis, or benzodiazepines, to help them relax and sleep. This increases the risk for dependence on these other drugs.

Is Speed Amphetamine| dangerous?


  • Overdose can cause seizures, coma and death due to burst blood vessels in the brain, heart failure or very high fever.
  • Amphetamines are linked to risky and violent behaviors, and increased injury and sexually transmitted disease.
  • Amphetamines may cause bizarre or repetitive behavior, paranoia and hallucinations.
  • Injecting any drug can cause infections from used needles or impurities in the drug; sharing needles with others can transmit hepatitis or HIV.

What are the long-term effects of using|Where to buy Speed Amphetamine?

Chronic use of amphetamines can lead to serious physical and mental health problems. Because amphetamines reduce appetite and fatigue, they can cause vitamin and sleep deficiencies and malnutrition, and make people more prone to illness.

Regular use of amphetamines can also cause amphetamine psychosis. Symptoms include hallucinations, delusions, paranoia, and bizarre and violent behaviour. These symptoms usually disappear a few days or weeks after the drug use has stopped.

Speed” is a street name for various stimulant drugs that teens, young adults and others use to feel more alert and focused, and in some cases, to feel high.

Some people also use various forms of speed to reduce their appetite. Types of speed include:

  • Amphetamines (used to treat ADHD, narcolepsy and depression)
  • Methamphetamine (a powerful stimulant street drug)

Methamphetamine is much more potent and faster-acting than amphetamine, but both types of drugs involve serious risks.

Speed makes the central nervous system more active than normal, increasing alertness, sensory perception and mood. When the effects wear off, users feel exhausted or depressed. As a result, they often feel a strong craving for more. This cycle can lead to physical tolerance, physical or psychological dependence and addiction. Speed Amphetamine

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