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05-19-16 | By

MDMA: Dangerously Safe

MDMA- Dangerously Safe

MDMA gained massive popularity in the 1980s & ‘90s—a raving, rolling time of all-night dance parties and electronic music. E symbolized euphoria, energy, love, escape. As demand for the drug increased, it was sold on the street cut with all kinds of substances—methamphetamine, ketamine, cocaine, PCP—and Ecstasy’s reputation had soured by the new millennium. Some … Continued


06-14-13 | By

Long Term Effects of Ecstasy

Ecstasy is a drug that’s popular on the club scene and known for making users feel good both emotionally and physically. The drug can have some nasty long term effects, however, that may not be apparent to users in the short term. Here are some of the long term effects of ecstasy. Long Term Effects … Continued


01-28-13 | By

How to Quit Ecstasy: What You Need to Know

Ecstasy refers to the chemical MDMA, which is both a psychedelic drug and a stimulant. It’s also referred to as E, Molly, X, a Disco Biscuit, or the Hug Drug. Ecstasy tablets are typically called “Beans,” and taking the drug is known as “rolling.” As the name implies, Ecstasy is associated with the feelings of … Continued