Even as the state continues to crackdown on methamphetamine labs, there's a new problem...another way to make it. The new method uses your own body fluid. According to law enforcement across the country, high intensity meth users have found a way to extract excess meth, out of their own urine. Eastern Carolina authorities say they have yet to see this begin here, but they fear it's coming. A state bill could make it harder to make the drug the old fashioned way, using pseudoephedrine, by placing the cold pills behind pharmacy counters.
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