It is the street term given to the class of drug known as B amphetamine sulphate. Other amphetamines also may be called speed.
Speed has stimulative effects and users take it to stay awake, alert and energised.
Below are other well-known impacts and risks associated with the use of speed.
Feeling 'up', energetic and tending to talk a lot.
People use it as it provides them the ability to work or do things for hours without feeling exhausted, such as dancing, chatting, and taking part in social activities.
It has the ability to make someone extremely active, worked up or even acutely psychotic (this is a mental condition when you see or hear things that seem real but does not really exist and have hallucinations).
The heightened emotions are typically succeeded by a gradual decline that makes one irritable and gloomy.
This drug adversely affects the heart of the user where in some cases it results in death.