Methamphetamine Rash

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gotdrugged Says:
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I got drugged on new years and it turned out to be methamphetamine. Now I Have this itchy rash all over my chest and back. What can I do to get rid of it? The meds the doctors have me are not working. Please help!



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David Says:

Hey, sorry to hear about what had happened. I hope the symptoms have started to subside since you last posted. One thought I had would be to look into Activated Charcoal, since it's available OTC and is medically recognized as a way to detox from an overdose of various types of prescription drugs.

Ref: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8037387 (Methamphetamine toxicity prevented by activated charcoal in a mouse model)

Another idea for treating an itchy rash might be to use a few drops of lavender essential oil in a mixture of coconut oil throughout the day. Lavender oil is also medically recognized for its ability to treat rashes / skin irriations as well as calming the itchiness that comes with them.

Hope this helps!

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