The Truth About Ecstasy
The dangerous and important facts about Ecstasy
What is Ecstasy?
Ecstasy is an illegal, very dangerous drug that was originally known as MDMA. Ecstasy can contain many things such as LSD, cocaine, heroin, to rat poison, caffeine, dog deworming substances, etc. There are often cute logos on the pill that make buyers seem more comfortable taking them because they look innocent. It is impossible to tell what chemicals are put into the pill you are taking because the makers of the drug mix tons of chemicals together.
How is it used?
Ecstasy is mostly taken as a pill but can also be taken as a shot or as a liquid. Liquid ecstasy is a nervous system depressant also called GHB. It makes the person very energetic and they don’t realize when their body is going to shut down due to overheating.
The pills contain symbols on them to convince the user to think they are innocent and cute when they really aren't.
Liquid Ecstasy is called GHB.
People inject the drug into their veins.
4 important facts about Ecstasy
1. Ecstasy often contains hallucinogens which can make the user see and feel things that are not really there.
2. Once a person takes ecstasy for the first time, they start needing to take more in the future to get the same effects as before.
3. Even a very small portion of ecstasy can be enough to cause permanent damage to the brain and nervous system.
4. The drug dealers of ecstasy often try to convince the buyer that the drug is good for you and will make you popular and get you “all of the girls”.