One common way that the production of meth is inhibited is by limiting the amount of pseudoephedrine sold to customers in stores to two or three boxes. Pseudoephedrine is the active ingredient used in decongestants like Sudafed that can be used to make methamphetamines at home. It used to be sold in the medicine aisles at drugstores, but now it is kept behind the counter at pharmacies, and an ID is required for purchase.
There have been lots of efforts across the United States attempting to deter meth use. One of the more widespread campaigns is the Montana Meth Project. They have released a series of effective commercials, billboards and other advertisements with the tagline “Meth – not even once.” The Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDPC) of the national government has also been leading the national Anti-Meth Campaign since 2007.
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