Crystal Meth - They Call It Ice
By Mary F. Holley, MD - Founder of MAMa
467 Pages, Hardback, Tate Publishing
This book is the definitive study on methamphetamine. Crystal Meth: They Call it Ice offers a comprehensive description of what methamphetamine is, how it works, and why it is so destructive to the lives of our young people. It describes the personality changes, the insanity, the abandoned children and premature death caused by meth.
Crystal Meth: They Call it Ice includes a 28 page color section showing the appearance of the drug, its common paraphernalia, home "labs" for the manufacture of meth, the destruction in people's lives, and shocking brain scans detailing the extent of brain damage associated with meth.
Crystal Meth: They Call it Ice also explores the risk factors for addiction. The widespread use of alcohol, nicotine and marijuana provides a social and biochemical backdrop for methamphetamine addiction. Social risk factors such as peer pressure, broken homes, and the loss of discipline in the home and school are discussed. The underlying disrespect for God that is so prevalent is oirr culture is exposed as a cause of drug addiction.
This book also reveals the power of a meaningful relationship with God to heal an addict and restore him to sanity. It brings the addict and his family to the cross of Jesus Christ for forgiveness and healing. The fully recovered addict will be a very powerful Christian, able to reach others with His mercy and compassion. The church is challenged to receive these people, nurture them, and equip them to minister to others.