Midwest HIDTA; State of Iowa Office of Drug Control Policy
A fact sheet on the one-pot cooking method for methamphetamine. Notes that ordinary household products are dangerous when combined to cook meth. Lists items commonly used in the manufacturing process, and provides a picture of each. Items depicted include precursors such as hydrogen peroxide and pseudoephedrine, as well as equipment such as soda bottles and funnels. Advises the general public to stay away and call 911 or law enforcement if they suspect a one-pot meth cook.