Caffeine is a stimulant. It can be found in coffee, tea, cola drinks, chocolate, cocoa, energy drinks and other products.
Crystalline methamphetamine - ice
Crystalline methamphetamine

The NSW Ministry of health have recently released two papers on crystalline methamphetamine. These papers have been developed in consultation with both government and non-government organisations including: NSW Police, Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, St Vincent’s Health Network, ACON and NSW Users & AIDS Association.

The papers aim to provide the facts around crystalline methamphetamine, including the associated harms, NSW Health response, treatment options and NSW data.

The difference between ice and speed
Ice and speed are different forms of methampethamine - a man-made stimulant drug. They are generally distinguished by their appearance and perceived purity. The three main forms are: crystalline (ice or crystal), powder (speed) and base.
Quick guide to drugs and alcohol
a quick guide to drugs and alcohol

Easy-to-read resource written for an Australian audience. Includes information on a range of drugs, drug effects, drugs and driving, pregnancy, treatment, statistics, drugs and the law and where to go for help and further information. This book is intended for anyone who is interested in finding accurate information about drugs and alcohol - for young people, their parents, teachers and the community, it is not a medical or scientific book.


A quick guide to drugs & alcohol

A quick guide to drugs and alcohol

Easy-to-read resource, available in all NSW public libraries.

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