Is P testing still warranted?
Yes. New Zealand’s most dangerous drug is invisible and residue from the cooking process presents a serious health risk. The chemicals used to manufacture methamphetamine are toxic and can linger a long time after the cooking process. It pays to make sure you’re not buying into it.
Meth is serious. With the number of meth labs across the country, you do need to test. Meth affects families, investors, landlords, tenants and property managers. Worried about meth residue in your home or rental property? Get a meth detection test.
Methamphetamine (meth) is, quite simply, a poison. Dr Jackie Wright of Flinders University in South Australia says their studies have shown quite consistent health effects in people living in houses with meth readings of between 2 and 20 micrograms. These include respiratory problems, eye irritations, skin irritations, allergic reactions, headaches, nausea, insomnia, compromised immune systems and behavioural changes, particularly in children.