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February 06, 2011
The problem isn't the availability of the ingredients. The problem lies with the draw of the drug. Why are people taking meth in such large numbers? Destroy the cause, and the symptom of drug use will fade out. Meanwhile, putting the drug into prescription only will serve to burden doctors with patients suffering the sniffles while drug dealers buy legitimately prescribed drugs off of individuals for a premium. I can't remember the name of it, but the decongestant that used to be my go-to sinus dehydration tool was pulled from the market for that very same reason.
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