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National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. [NDARC] (2012) On ice. Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. 13 p.

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Ice, also known as ‘crystal meth’, is a crystalline form of the drug methamphetamine. This booklet has been designed to provide information on the harms associated with ice use. It is not intended as a self-help guide, nor does it intend to provide advice on whether to use ice or how to use ice. Users of ice are encouraged to seek professional advice about their drug use if they want to cut down or quit using.

The issues around drug use and drug-related harms are complex, and although every attempt has been made to provide the most up-to-date information, our understanding of these issues may have changed since this booklet was published. Readers who need specific information on the issues covered in this booklet should seek up-to-date advice from a professional source.


Item Type
Evidence resource
Drug Type
CNS stimulants
Intervention Type
AOD disorder harm reduction
Source
Date
2012
Pages
13 p.
Publisher
National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre
Corporate Creators
National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre
Place of Publication
Sydney
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