Ice meth, a new type of drug, also known as methamphetamine, methamphetamine, is an odorless or slightly bitter transparent crystal, pure like rock sugar, the shape of ice, it is commonly known as ice. Drug users and drug traffickers also call it "ice."
Ice meth is a representative of new types of drugs. Nowadays, its cognition of its addiction mechanisms is relatively lacking, and its treatment methods are extremely limited. However, the degree of harm is no less than that of traditional drugs. Statistics from the United Nations UNDCP show that the number of methamphetamine drug abusers has already ranked second in the world.