I'm not entirely certain what that last post was, but it was...interesting. Ice and meth
are NOT the same thing, and those who say otherwise are sadly mistaken. Meth is, obviously, methamphetamine
, while ice is 4-Methylaminorex, or 4-MAR, EU4EA, or who knows what other acronym. 4-Methylaminorex is the correct name, however.
Ice, when properly manufactured, is considerably more potent in both strength and addictiveness than meth. Because they look similar, unscrupulous dealers will often call meth "ice" in an attempt to market it as the stronger product. Believe me, there will be absolutely NO doubt in your mind if you ever get a hold of real ice!
Because meth dissolves so easily in water, there is normally no need to heat the water past what comes out of the faucet. The exception might be if you are doing a super-saturated solution as a blast, but that is the exception rather than the rule.
I have found, back when I still bothered with things like this, that the best way was to crush your product as fine as possible, add your pre-heated water, and allow to sit for a moment or two until it has dissolved. Stir a bit if necessary, filter, and draw up. The key was to crush as fine as possible and just wait on the water!