Molly (Ecstasy) 150mg
$350.00 – $2,800.00
MDMA (3,4 – methylenedioxymethamphetamine), or more commonly known as Molly or Ecstasy, is a synthetic substance first developed in 1912 as a precursor to the synthesis of hemostatic agents (not as an appetite suppressant as incorrectly reported). Due to its effects on promoting empathy and facilitating communication, the drug became popular in the early 1970s among psychiatrists for its therapeutic potential. The drug would later find heavy use in dance parties and festivals as it became prominently associated with rave culture due to its heightened euphoric effects.
The potential for MDMA toxicity exists with every ingestion. MDMA is commonly ingested orally through tablet form; however, the powder itself can be snorted. Recreational doses of the drug can vary significantly. During the 1990s and early 2000s, doses ranged between 73 mg to 103 mg while doses have also been reported to be as low as 50 mg to as high as 150 mg per tablet. Analysis of compounds sold as Ecstasy/Molly has also revealed variability of composition with other substances aside from MDMA which include MDEA, MDA, ephedrine, ketamine, paracetamol, and other substitutes – some of which are inactive and others which may have profound hemodynamic effects. As a result, significant adverse effects and toxicity can occur with a one time or first-time ingestion due to the random dosage and composition of the drug
Molly side effects
A person may experience the intoxicating effects of MDMA within 45 minutes or so after taking a single dose. Those effects include an enhanced sense of well-being, increased extroversion, emotional warmth, empathy toward others, and a willingness to discuss emotionally-charged memories. In addition, people report enhanced sensory perception as a hallmark of the MDMA experience. However, MDMA can also cause a number of acute adverse health effects. For example, while fatal overdoses on MDMA are rare, they can potentially be life threatening—with symptoms including high blood pressure (hypertension), faintness,
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