Molly is a also known as MDMA, a human-made drug that has resembles as stimulants (like hallucinogens) and methamphetamine. MDMA is also known as Ecstasy or “E” which is sometimes used at parties, clubs, bar and concerts. It can make people feel more enthusiastic, energetic and more friendly.
Molly is recognized as being “pure” MDMA, but however it is usually not true. It’s often loaded with other illegal drugs and fillers. In some recent cases and studies have evident that , drugs sold as Molly didn’t contain any MDMA.
Molly/MDMA/Ecstasy can also have serious and negative effects. A person experience side effects even after coming out of the MDMA abuse. Here are some other facts about Molly/MDMA.
Molly is often enclosed With Other Drugs
MDMA is a synthetic or mixed drug, meaning it’s made in a laboratory with chemicals. However Molly comes in tablets, colorful pills or capsules that with cartoon-like images carved on its surface.
Every pill may have different combinations of chemical substances in it. A lot of the Molly restricted by the police and government contains one or more added substances like:
Each substance above is hazardous to health, and those risks becomes greater when it’s combined with MDMA.
Combining this blend with other substances, like alcohol and marijuana, can has greater health risk.
Molly usually gets expensive.
People who are addicted Molly might feel very attentive, or “hyper.” But MDMA can also cause nausea, blurred vision, muscle cramping, and increase your blood pressure and heart rate. People experience very high temperature at crowed places. These substances can also lead to death.
Molly can have depressing effect on body.
There are evidence from research study that Molly can disrupt the body’s serotonin system. Serotonin is considered as a mood-enhancing chemical, and low levels of serotonin are associated with depressive mood swings and very poor memory. People addicted to Molly experience fatal depression and memory loss, high anxiety, confusion, and paranoia.
Your addiction towards Molly or MDMA can take a drastic turn. But people taking these substances might not be aware of it.
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