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Discussion in 'Other Substances' started by devinametallic, Apr 26, 2015.
Has anyone ever tried it? Is it easily addicting?
I have read about it and it is untested and could be dangerous for the health as well, it can cause seizures and also panic attacks and it affects the brain as well and a cause for depression. Taking this will leave you in a drug state for three to six hours and the after affects can last for a week which is not a good idea to get into this. It has mixed amount of Cocaine and other substances and is addictive and some people think it is not but this can ruin a person's life and also realtionships as well.
"Molly" is not typically MDMA as it is "sold" as. There are a lot of research chemicals out there, and a lot of them are very dangerous. MDMA itself is not very harmful, you just need to watch how much you ingest and stay hydrated with water. For some, MDMA can cause some heart issues, and it severely dehydrates you, so you have to drink water, but some people drink too much on rare occasions and it can make them very sick. It is a great drug, used for PTSD, but it can deplete your serotonin levels, which may leave people feeling depressed. For myself, the first time I used it, I had been going to therapy for a low level depression, and I completely stopped going to the therapy as the MDMA had helped me find a sense of happiness in myself that I had never had before. I remember looking at myself in the mirror for hours after my friends had gone to sleep and realized that I was in fact beautiful and so is life. The low level depression still remains, as beauty is not the only, or close to biggest, cause of the depression, but I do maintain a much brighter perspective, and I do attribute that to the use of it. MDMA can be abused, which is not uncommon, because everyone always wants to feel that happy. It truly can be a wonderful substance when used with care and moderation, but you always "test before you ingest" because there are so many people selling terrible drugs as MDMA. Sometimes these people don't even know what they are selling isn't MDMA as one cannot tell just by looking at it. I pretty much know at this point if someone refers to something as Molly, it is likely not MDMA, or not even all MDMA. Get a test kit if you really plan on consuming it. Do not consume the substance if it doesn't test right. Seriously.
I have never heard of "Molly" so thank you for teaching me something new.
The celebrity lifestyle has glamorized Molly as the party drug of this generation. I feel like that is why it has become so popular and intriguing to people. If Hollywood likes it so should we, right?
I used Molly as a kid, and abused it a bit too. It is definitely addicting for the certain individual. I think that someone who's depressed would fall more easily into its trap.