Amphetamines, Biology

AMPHETAMINES -

  • Commonly called pep pills or antisleep drugs.
  • They increase physical & mental performance.
  • Taken by truck drivers, student & night workers to keep awake.
  • Amphetamine (C9H13N) is used as a spray or inhalent for the relief of cold and asthma.
  • These are among dope test drugs for athletes 
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