e-prevention and risk reduction in festive environments. Know more, risk less


No matter why you came to this page, either you decided to buy methamphetamines or to use some of the products listed on our website, maybe it’s maybe it’s just curiosity to learn or you are worrying about one of your relatives, we will give you answers and leads about harm prevention in order to limit aggravating factors associated with methamphetamines use.

A violent stimulant, a strong addictogen

The most visible concern is related to the economic and social consequences, with massive debts and relational difficulties with family and friends… As with most substances, first access to the drug is through donation, but with methamphetamine, few users can really afford it.


It is best to never even try it.
There are many other LESS ADDICTIVE stimulants.
AVOID INJECTION AND SMOKING, which increase addiction.
In the case of intravenous or smoked use, use harm reduction kits to prevent the risk of infectious transmission.

Know more, risk less

Chronic Use
NEUROTOXICITY: Memory loss, Attention deficit disorder, Cognitive decline

Withdrawal syndrome
Lasts for several weeks (with amnesia and thought elaboration disorders…)

Single Take
Risk of psychiatric disorders
Myocardial infarction

All the more rapid with the Crystal form, the injectable or smoked route, and repeated use

Sexual Health
Risk taking (unsafe sex, multiple partners)
HIV / Hepatitis
Desire disorder
Erectile and ejaculation disorders
Secondary loss of libido

Cardiac and neurological risks for the fetus
Death in utero



Check for: Neurodegeneration, Neuropathology, Cardiomyopathy

Complex withdrawal is part of the addiction. Ask for help

Use condoms, gel, PrEP
Caution: combination with erectile dysfunction drugs increases the risk of cardiac complications

Download the original PDF file (in French)

In partnership with
• In any case call or have somebody call 112 or 15 (in France)
• if the person is conscious :
- keep him/her awake by talking to her.
• if the person is uncounscious : undo his/her tight clothes, check if he/she’s breathing and put him/her in recovery position
• stay with him/her until emergency services arrive and inquire about the location of a defibrillator