There is an interactive map that shows you recently busted meth labs that are close to the address you type in. The number of homemade meth labs in the Land of 10,000 Lakes may shock you.

Meth has been a national concern since the early 2000s. The opioid epidemic continues in this day and age, one website made a simple, interactive map. According to the Minnesota Department of Health, 167 Minnesotans died in 2018 from a meth-involved drug overdose.

A year before that, there were over 300 emergency room visits for nonfatal methamphetamine (both prescription and nonprescription) combined overdoses. It was also a 14 percent increase from the year before that.

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The website can be helpful if you are curious to know where some of the biggest and worst meth labs are in your area. The map uses data from more than a decade of DEA meth lab busts.

You can find the interactive map on a website called Rehabs. You can now learn if a meth lab once existed close to your home.

All you do is enter an address, and the map will show you are from a busted meth lab. The website even lists the top 5 states with the most meth lab seizures:

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Wisconsin even ranks in the states for most potent meth with 77.4. If you are curious and want to check it out for yourself, just go to Rehabs for the simple to use, interactive map.

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