Monday, September 14, 2009

Shake and Bake Meth

Also known as the "one pot" method, shake and bake meth is produced in a two-liter soda bottle. A few cold pills are mixed with common, but noxious, household chemicals and produces enough meth for the user to get a few hits. After the chemical reaction, what's left is a crystalline powder that users smoke, snort or inject.

This type of meth lab is really a mobile ticking time bomb. If the bottle is shaken the wrong way or if any oxygen gets inside of it. The bottle can explod into a giant fireball, touches off intense fires and releases drug ingredients that must be handled as toxic waste.

This is why the new "shake and bake" process is even more dangerous than the old makeshift meth labs.

Drug users are making meth while driving around in their cars and throwing the used plastic bottles, containing a poisonous brown and white sludge, along the highway.

If you come accross a discarded container used in one-pot (shake and bake) meth making do not touch it – contact the police department to discard it, as they will likely need to have a haz-mat team clean up the mess left behind.

Ok, so people are using coke bottles and such why not make the lids just snap on and not screw on!


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