Meth Resistant Pseudoephedrine

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Meth Resistant Pseudoephedrine

Ansley Ansley
"There was success in the failure of an unusual band of methamphetamine cooks who gathered in Washington last fall to test a new ingredient. It took longer than usual for flames to appear in their two-liter plastic bottle, and the yield was black liquid instead of clear crystals.

There was no meth.


Read more: Anti-meth Decongestant Ingredient Nearing Market

How freakin' awesome is that? Can you guys think of any downsides to this?
03/29/2012
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js250 js250
YEAHHHHH!!!!!!

Maybe now this issue will slow down. This drug is bad here in our small town.
03/29/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
Here's the rub. Highland Pharmaceutical has worked for some time to develop Releva, a decongestant that chemically resists meth cooks' methods.

The bastards got a NEW PATENT ON IT! Bastards. They've known for 10 years that pseudopherine in a syrup solution WILL NOT COOK into meth. However, they still required NyQuil and other already established brands and generics to adhere to the new requirements, meaning sign your life away to make and buy pseudo or take it out of your product.

Now the SOBs have a new patent. Wanna bet it costs 10 X more than regular pseudo?

I'm pissed off, as there WAS a solution years ago; put it in syrup! Like NyQuil. NO more pseudo in NyQuil (and it works like shit now) in order to give the evil money grubbin' drug companies something to develop a new patent on, when syrup was a CHEAP solution all along?

I am so angry. The bastards.
03/29/2012
Ansley Ansley
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
Here's the rub. Highland Pharmaceutical has worked for some time to develop Releva, a decongestant that chemically resists meth cooks' methods.

The bastards got a NEW PATENT ON IT! Bastards. They've known for 10 years that ...
What about the people who don't want to take liquids and the TSA regulations?
03/29/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by Ansley
What about the people who don't want to take liquids and the TSA regulations?
They can then pay 10X more for the same drug? Have you tried to buy pseudophedrine lately? You have to sign your first born away. Secondly, they HAD a solution, IF they were SO damned concerned about "meth." Syrup, at least it would be available in a way people could get.

Thirdly, there's THIS quote from the article: According to my allergists, this has not been tested on people, and we don't know if it's as effective as the pseudoephedrine that's available now Uh, it may not even work on humans....

I know how drug companies think, and how they are in cahoots with the DEA. I'm not buying this "Oh, a new thing!" at all. It will be more expensive, probably won't work as well, and we'll still have to probably sign our lives away to get an inferior product, IF this hits the market, regular pseudo, as PITA as it is to get, still IS available, it won't be if this stuff gets DEA approval.

When drug companies say "We have a great new breakthrough" those of us in health care know there are going to be worse problems at higher prices than there were before.

I'm sorry, I just don't buy it. It's a front for a new patent (cuz you can't patent syrup), and taking normal, usable pseudo (which you CAN get in generic, the new one won't be available for generic for 21 years now) that's it. They will pull regular pseudo off the market, and all we'll be able to buy will be the EXPENSIVE NEW patent stuff.

They had a solution; Sell syrup pseudo without signing your life away, signing a book or giving your driver's license and getting on a list, OR sell REGULAR pseudo, with all the restrictions. Plus, there are other chemicals, available more cheaply to make meth out of, that are readily available. This will solve nothing; except gain this company a billion dollar 21 year minimum patent.
03/29/2012
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