Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 02, 2013
As reported by WOWK, Charleston, WV, in their story, W.Va. drug chain seeks to fight meth production, that Fruth Pharmacy, which has 27 locations in West Virginia and Ohio, announced that it wants to curb the production of methamphetamine by offering a tamper-resistant form of the drug used in its production. By stocking a drug called Nexafed, which contains pseudoephedrine, similar to the the well recognized allergy drug Sudafed, the drug chain hopes to reduce Meth production. When abusers attempt to produce Meth, they try to remove the pseudoephedrine, but with the alternate drug, it will break down into a thick gel that blocks production.
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According to the news story, W.Va. drug chain seeks to fight meth production, Fruth will accommodate its customers by stocking other products, in addition to Nexafed, that offer pseudoephedrine.
In West Virginia, Meth production has been a tremendous problem. Just since January, authorities in the state have closed down over 300 meth labs.
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