Drugged via her vagina

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Methamphetamine is a psychoactive mind altering drug that affects how we think and behave. It is a stimulant that speeds up our breathing, heart rate, thoughts and actions. Originally a prescription medication, most methamphetamine available today is manufactured in uncontrolled labs using chemicals and other ingredients that may be toxic. It comes in different forms—pills, powder, crystalline chunks called 'crystal meth'—and can be used in different ways: swallowed, snorted, injected, smoked or inserted in the vagina or rectum.

The vagina as a route for systemic drug delivery

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Ice is a central nervous system stimulant and psychoactive drug that is also known as crystal methamphetamine. Crystal methamphetamine comes in the form of small clear crystals that resemble ice, rather than a powder consistency like powder methamphetamine. Ice is also sometimes brownish in colour and has a strong or bitter smell and taste. Ice is far more potent than powder methamphetamine and as a result of its potency, it has a very strong effect on the body and can result in substance dependence. The substance is highly addictive, is stronger and causes more harmful side effects than the powder form.
Exhaustive efforts have been made toward the administration of drugs, via alternative routes, that are poorly absorbed after the oral administration. The vagina as a route of drug delivery has been known since ancient times. In recent years, the vaginal route has been rediscovered as a potential route for systemic delivery of peptides and other therapeutically important macromolecules. However, successful delivery of drugs through the vagina remains a challenge, primarily due to the poor absorption across the vaginal epithelium.