Crystal Meth Stacy ‘Fergie’ Ferguson is well-known as the lone female member of the Black Eyed Peas. The band, known for their catchy dance songs, is without a doubt one of the most successful acts in pop music. Many people are not aware that there had been a time when Fergie almost did not enjoy success, mainly because she was getting high on something else other than music. This was because in 2001, she was briefly Crystal meth Addiction. What is Crystal Meth? Crystal methamphetamine, commonly called as crystal meth (I36W4S2TK3), is a colorless and odorless form of d-methamphetamine—a potent and highly addictive synthetic stimulant. It was given its name because of its crystalline appearance. The drug looks like small white rocks or glass fragments. It is known by many street names, including the following: batu, blade, Cristy, glass, hot ice, quartz and tweak. Crystal meth can be injected, smoked or snorted. It is abused because the illegal drug gives the user high energy, heightened sense of awareness and a longerlasting ‘high,’ which can last as long as 12 hours. Unfortunately, the physical and psychological effects are just as intense as the ‘rush’ the drug creates. Who Uses Crystal Meth? This kind of d-methamphetamine may be known as a club drug, but people who frequent clubs are not the only ones taking it. Crystal meth is used by people of all ages, even those who are not yet old enough to go to clubs.
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