A documentary about the dangerous drug known as meth. The Montana Meth film takes a look at a few lives influenced and adversely effected by the dangerous drug known as meth, or meth amphetamines. Also reviewed in this documentary film are the health effects of habitual meth use on the human body.
A Few Notes From The Montana Meth Documentary
- Methamphetamine is a highly addictive, toxic, synthetic stimulant.
- Meth causes euphoria, brain damage, psychosis, tooth decay, skin lesions, paranoia, and death.
- The State of Montana is 2nd in the United States for teen and adult abuse of the dangerous drug.
- Some users say a “meth high” is like being dead for 10 seconds.
- A 16 year old kid is cited in the video as being a meth user for over a year.
- A 22 year old women named Crystal has been cited as a user for 3 years. She has lost her job, her new truck, and has been evicted from her home as a result of her infatuation and addiction with meth.
- Crystal, who has already destroyed some of the veins in her neck as a result of shooting meth into her neck, continues to shoot the dangerous drug into her neck intravenously.
- Another female user in the video allowed men to use baseball bats in sexually acts with her solely for the purpose of obtaining more of the drug.