Local pharmacists are selling a new form of pseudoephedrine to help fight against meth production in East Tennessee.
Eight stores started selling Nexafed, a drug its manufacturer claims cannot be broken down to be used to make methamphetamine.
"It was intriguing to know there was going to be a new formulation made," said Jeremy Long, a pharmacist at City Drug Co. in Maryville. "I am a lab-rat, I'm a nut. I'm one of the crazy people that enjoys the science behind stuff"