Since it was first synthesised in 1887, amphetamine has been used to treat a range of conditions, such as depression, low blood pressure, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and narcolepsy (inability to stay awake).
After the non-medical use was banned under the Drugs (Prevention of Misuse) Act 1964, illegal amphetamine use increased among young people in the mod and punk scenes and the all-nighter Northern Soul clubs of the 70s and 80s before gaining a new lease of life in the rave clubs of the 80s and onwards.
It is still one of the most widely used illegal drugs in the UK.
This resource will highlight the risks associated with its use.
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