MDMA, Meth, and Cocaine
MDMA causes serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine to be released faster than naturally.
Meth is often used by girls. It temporarily causes rapid weight loss. The weight, however, comes back after the drug is unused.
Side effects of Cocaine:
- increased risk of strokes
- reduced attention
- insatiable hunger
- insomnia/ hypersomnia
- sore throat
- hoarse voice
- chest pain
- rhinorrhea (discharge)
- bruxism (abrasion)
- increased risk of infraction for heart
No one fully understands why MDMA causes these unusual psychoactive effects.
Meth is popular as a "upper". As an "upper", meth improves concentration, energy, and focus while decreasing hunger and fatigue.
Heavy users of Cocaine tend to develop depression with suicidal ideation.
MDMA is a synthetic, psychoactive drug that has similarities to both the stimulant amphetamine and the hallucinogen mescaline.
Crystal Meth is NEVER pure because it is always manufactured.