An alleged Queensland bikie has been charged after the seizure of more than 4kg of pseudoephedrine, which police say would have made 100,000 hits of ice.

An alleged bikie has been charged over the seizure of more than 4kg of pseudoephedrine that would have made $2 million worth of methylamphetamine.

That’s more than 100,000 hits of the drug, police say.

About $11,000 in cash and false identification documents were also uncovered during the raid on a home at Algester, in outer Brisbane.

An Algester man, 29, has been charged with three counts of drug importation, drug possession and possession of tainted property.

Police will also allege the man is a member of the Bandidos motorcycle gang.

He was arrested following an investigation by Queensland’s anti-bikie operation Taskforce Maxima and Australian Customs and Border Protection.

Taskforce Maxima Detective Inspector Brendan Smith said the drug discovery was significant and another example of the link between dangerous drug production and criminal gangs.

The man is due to face the Brisbane Magistrates Court on March 28.