Methamphetamine is a psychoactive drug and a very potent Central Nervous System stimulant. It was discovered in 1893, just a few years after the discovery of Amphetamines. At the beginning of the WW2, German soldiers took it to “increase the level of awareness and improve performance”. Among them, it was known as “Herman Göring Pills”. Wehrmacht army stopped using it in 1940 because of side effects. In the 50’s, methamphetamine was prescribed as a diet aid and as a depression treatment. Being widely available, it was used by students, truck drivers and athletes to increase their performance.