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Seen at Radley’s: How to make hard-to-obtain Sudafed from readily available street meth.

28 Responses to “Handy to know”

  1. John Smith. Says:

    I just use mormon tea as a substitute for the pseudo in aleve… Stuff works great without the heart racing effects of the more pure forms…

  2. Mike Says:

    So, let me get this straight: you’re going to procure one controlled substance, work your chemistry magic on it, and produce another controlled substance? Excellent! Where do I sign up?

    This is like putting out an article on how you can make an auto sear for your AR-15 from items commonly found in your garage: neat in theory, but “20-to-life” in the real world.

    In every population, there is at least one fool who will tempt Fate. I can’t wait to see the court records for the first retard who tries it.

  3. Weer'd Beard Says:

    They said I was crazy when I mentioned this on Vicious Circle ages ago!

  4. mikee Says:

    While the Journal of Irreproducible Results might have been a more widely read venue for this offering from Miskatonic University’s well known Theoretical Experimentalist Dr. Hakkenshit, the Journal of Apocryphal Chemistry suits it as well.

    As a PhD Chemist, I applaud the simplicity of the re-synthesis of the starting material used to produce the street drug crank, ice, crystal meth, or whatever it is called before the next season of Breaking Bad. As a fan of Lovelace, I applaud the University chosen by the good souls who produced this document. As a published researcher with over a dozen articles to my name, I will now try getting published in the Apocryphal Results myself. Goodness knows I’ve had one or two that could be written up!

  5. Laughingdog Says:

    If you read the article, you’ll see that the description of the process is heavily laced with sarcasm about Sudafed being controlled.

    *********************************

    The pharmacies require signatures and examination of government issued ID in order to purchase pseudoephedrine. Because the hours of availability of such pharmacies are often limited, it would be of great interest to have a simple synthesis of pseudoephedrine from reagents which can be more readily procured.

    A quick search of several neighborhoods of the United
    States revealed that while pseudoephedrine is difficult to obtain, N-methylamphetamine can be procured at almost any time on short notice and in quantities sufficient for synthesis of useful amounts of the desired material. Moreover, according to government maintained statistics, Nmethylmphetamine
    is becoming an increasingly attractive starting material for pseudoephedrine, as the availability of Nmethylmphetamine has remained high while prices have
    dropped and purity has increased [2].

  6. Jeff Says:

    I was disappointed that it didn’t have a subsection on filtering meth out of urine to convert back to suda. Don’t touch the yellow meth, btw.

  7. SPQR Says:

    This was hilarious.

  8. 4strokes Says:

    No, no! Stop, stop, please stop. I am dying here…

  9. Muddyboots Says:

    In the fine tradition of Swift’s “A Modest Proposal.”

    Well done!

  10. Dustin Says:

    Mike, the article is tongue in cheek. Obviously it would be easier to jump through the hoops to get the medicine than to deal with meth dealers to make your medicine and face prison.

    The point is that we’re treating law abiding people who just want some medicine… really useful medicine… like they are bad guys. and as often is the case, this impacts the good guys a lot more than the bad guys.

  11. Jim Treacher Says:

    The fact that it’s from the “Journal of Apocryphal Chemistry” should’ve been a tipoff…

  12. Doug Jones Says:

    Heh. The first step uses hexavalent Chromium. Paging Erin Brockovich…

  13. Doug Jones Says:

    Correction, hexavalent chromium _carbonyl_, even more toxic yumminess. Chortle.

  14. Additional Blond Agent Says:

    “As a fan of Lovelace,…”

    Dr.Miguelito Lovelace of Wild, Wild West fame? Or did you mean Lovecraft?

  15. Charlie Says:

    That’s some funny stuff!

    All we need now is a procedure for making codeine cough syrup from diacetylmorphine. :D

    Charlie

  16. mikhail silo Says:

    14.Additional Blond Agent Says:
    February 29th, 2012 at 5:34 pm
    “As a fan of Lovelace,…”

    Dr.Miguelito Lovelace of Wild, Wild West fame? Or did you mean Lovecraft?

    Neither. He meant Linda.

  17. DirtCrashr Says:

    Linda! Linda! Lindaaaa!

  18. Spectre765 Says:

    Rumor has it that the Drug Warriors are going to ban aspirin and other pain killers because they can, and suffering is good for the soul anyway.

    Not to worry, though. I have a secret recipe that allows you to make Aleve tablets from readily available cocaine.

  19. Additional Blond Agent Says:

    “Neither. He meant Linda.”

    I didn’t know she attended Miskatonic. You learn something new everyday. >8^>

  20. Quixote Says:

    I wonder if they could combine it with chicken… http://isotropic.org/papers/chicken.pdf

  21. JKB Says:

    To bad, the supply of is pseudoephedrine at the pharmacy is non-existent. I know a couple allergy sufferers up Uncle’s way who’d pay a premium for some whether it came from the pharmacy or recycled meth. The cedar trees are drooping they are so heavy with pollen already.

  22. Bill G Says:

    Any usage of thiotimaline noted?

  23. anonymous Says:

    Life in the Puritan Theocracy.

  24. dustmouse Says:

    Shortcut for drug dealers: just sell the Sudafed?

  25. Hunt Johnsen Says:

    “Any usage of thiotimaline noted?”
    Jesus -that goes back to when Analog was Astounding!

  26. max Says:

    Shortcut for drug dealers: just sell the Sudafed?

    Are you out of your mother-loving mind? Cops might look the other way for meth and it’s usually only a 5 year state charge for selling meth. Sudafed is federal and the federal stackable man-mins will beat that nickle easily. Advice for drug dealers: stay away from the Sudafed and stick with soft drugs the aren’t as heavily regulated, like heroin & meth.

  27. richard40 Says:

    max, your last comment isslustrated how completely crazy this has become. It is now probably safer, quicker, and easier, to sell or buy crystal meth, than to sell or buy Sudafed.

  28. The Arcadian Says:

    This is funny on so many levels – one being that to be a libertarian in this country you definitely need a sense of humor.

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