Levmetamfetamine

Last Update May 30, 2016
Levmetamfetamine is a respiratory medication.
Uses: Levmetamfetamine is approved for Nasal Congestion, Congestion and Flu and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
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Positive 2 "also, i am not sure, bt i think that the speedy effect is caused by the active ingredient levmetamfetamine, which i assume has a similar but lesser effect as amfetamine, also known as speed."Read more positive discussions
Negative 2 "The inhaler contains 50mg levmetamfetamine. Each inhalation delivers 0.04 to 0.150mg of levometamfetamine. I have tried it. I felt euphoric for a few hours. I felt my heart raise probably because of... "Read more negative discussions
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Facts about Levmetamfetamine

What does Levmetamfetamine treat?
Alcohol warning on Levmetamfetamine
There may be a negative interaction between Levmetamfetamine and alcohol.
How do I obtain Levmetamfetamine?
Over the counter (no prescription needed)
How do I take Levmetamfetamine?
Inhalation
What dosages are available?
Inhaler: 50 mg
Ingredients
Levmetamfetamine
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