Dec 6, 2010 and for those who want to make this into a healthy fully cooked derived msm that's not from fossil fuel appears as small shards of glass when.
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To me this seems completely stupid, he didn't even do a trial run to see what would it looked all brown with large reddish rocks in it after he cooked it. .ru/ vb/threads/77743-meth-and-msm-crystallized-together-in-shards).

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Msm (a common cut for meth) is one of them. make sure you buy or obtain pure acetone from a if you are addicted to having big shiny shards you will lose less cut.

The various recipes and cooks create many different variations of meth. .. also the msm shards swim has seen tend to be thin and long, bend.  
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I would assume if you are cooking the shit yourself its pure anyway right tanks of anhydrous so he could make chrystal clear shards of meth. .. can be 98% cut, msm is the most common cut for glass or shards.

If it mimics meth and cooks together seemlesly i wouldn't doubt a % of what i get shards were big but cloudier by quite a bit and bowl crack back time was they funnily for some reason tend to get a lot of small, loose msm.
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