Molly

won`t make you so Jolly!

methylenedioxy-N-methamphetamine (MDMA)

Side Effects

  • Anxiety and paranoia
  • Depression
  • Irritability
  • Fatigue
  • Trouble focusing and concentrating
  • Dizziness, lightheadedness, or vertigo
  • Loss of appetite
  • Gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhea or constipation
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Muscle and joint aches and pains
  • Exhaustion
  • Jaw soreness from teeth grinding
  • Nose bleeds and nose burn with you blow your nose

True story about Paranoia

I'm 26 and I've suffered from Paranoid tendencies for about 12 years now.I was picked on all the time at school, relentlessly and constantly. The authority figures that were supposed to protect me from this abuse instead singled me out. The school isolated me from other kids at every opportunity possible, telling my parents that I was disruptive, even saying I was a "bad kid". At age 14-15, my thinking started to change. I started to "realize" that the only way to stop from getting picked on was to never let my guard down, to suspect everyone, all the time. But it didn't stop there, I even started to view my most trusted friends and my family as threats. I've been paranoid ever since. My paranoia was worst at age 16-19. I decided to get revenge on the kids that picked on me and the authority figures that ignored me.though I'm paranoid, I've never been violent. Supportive friends and family have helped me. Today, I live with 4 roommates including my girlfriend, and being forced into such a social situation all the time has helped me open up. I smoke marijuana regularly, which I have been doing for almost 2 years now, and though some say smoking pot can actually cause paranoia, I think it helps curb my paranoid tendencies. My roommates notice that I'm more paranoid when I go a few days without smoking.

What is MDMA

MDMA (-methylenedioxymethamphetamine, also known as ecstasy) is a synthetic (man-made) drug that causes both hallucinogenic and stimulant effects. The drug was developed in Germany in the early twentieth century as an appetite suppressant, but today's users consume the drug for its hallucinogenic effects, which they claim heighten their senses and make them feel less inhibited. Users also consume MDMA for its stimulant properties, which enable them to dance for hours at all-night parties and nightclubs.

How MDMA looks like

MDMA generally is sold as a tablet, which is taken orally. MDMA tablets are available in various colors and shapes and generally are imprinted with a logo. Popular logos include smiley faces, clover leaves, cartoon characters, and symbols associated with commercial brands such as Mitsubishi, Nike, and Mercedes.

MDMA users

Most MDMA users are teenagers or young adults. More than 10 percent of high school seniors have tried MDMA at least once, and more than 2 percent have used the drug in the past month, according to theUniversity of Michigan's Monitoring the Future Survey. MDMA users typically come from middle- and upper-class households. MDMA is inexpensive. The average retail price of an MDMA tablet is between $20 and $30 making it attractive and accessible to younger users.


Most common street names for MDMA

  • B-bombs
  • Clarity
  • Cristal
  • Decadence
  • Disco biscuit
  • E
  • Essence
  • Eve
  • Go
  • Hug drug
  • Iboga
  • Love drug
  • Morning shot
  • Pollutants
  • Scooby snacks
  • Speed for lovers
  • Sweeties
  • Wheels
  • X



MDMA illegal synthetic drug

MDMA (Ecstasy) is an illegal synthetic drug, which acts as a hallucinogen and stimulant. Its chemical structure ( methylenedioxymethamphetamine) is similar to two other synthetic drugs, MDA and methamphetamine, which are known to cause brain damage. It was originally developed as a diet aid, but was also used experimentally during counseling because of its ability to remove individual's inhibitions.

Long term effects

Ecstasy directly affects the brain chemical serotonin, and how your brain cells communicate with each other. Clinical studies show that Ecstasy can be harmful to your brain and can increase the risk of permanent problems with memory and learning. Also, taking too much Ecstasy can interfere with the body's ability to regulate its temperature. This can cause hypothermia and can lead to liver, kidney and cardiovascular failure

The truth about Ecstasy

The Truth about Ecstasy

What MDMA does to your lungs

Mans lungs and heart decay as he is smoking a cigarette - anti smoking commercial