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  • About ecstasy

    Ecstasy was patented by the German pharmaceutical company Merck in the early 1900s. Chemically, it is closely related to methadrine and is popular because it typically creates in the user a feeling of warmth, closeness and compatibility, while increasing More >> About ecstasy.pdf  
  • Basic facts about ecstasy

    Ecstasy is one of the most dangerous drugs threatening young people today. Called MDMA (3-4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine) by scientists, it is a synthetic chemical that can be derived from an essential oil of the sassafras tree. More >> Basic facts about ecstasy.pdf  
  • Combining Ecstasy with other drugs

    Virtually no research has been done on dangerous combinations, although it is known that mono amine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) should not be used with MDMA. More >> Combining Ecstasy with other drugs.pdf  
  • Don’t believe these myths of Ecstasy addiction

    Ecstasy addiction is often misunderstood by the average layperson. That’s because there are many rumours floating around the social grapevine that need to be cleared up. Be wary of the source you’re receiving information from regarding Ecstasy addiction. More >> Don't believe these myths of Ecstasy addiction.pdf  
  • Ecstasy Addiction Recovery

    What does Ecstasy addiction recovery look like? More >> Ecstasy Addiction Recovery.pdf  
  • Ecstasy and Depression

    Many people report feeling depressed after taking ecstasy. Most often this depression is mild and lasts only a day or two. However, some regular users report feeling depressed for much longer periods of time after taking E, particularly if they use it fre More >> Ecstasy and Depression.pdf  
  • Ecstasy and Other Club Drugs

    The term “club drugs” refers to substances often used at rave parties and nightclubs. Club drugs are recreational drugs. More >> Ecstasy and Other Club Drugs.pdf  
  • Ecstasy and the brain

    MDMA affects the brain by increasing the activity of at least three neurotransmitters (the chemical messengers of brain cells): serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine. Like amphetamines, MDMA causes these neurotransmitters to be released from their stora More >> Ecstasy and the brain.pdf  
  • Ecstasy Can Harm Unborn Children

    Researchers exposed in the womb to the drug Ecstasy (MDMA) exhibit changes in brain chemistry and behavior. More >> Ecstasy Can Harm Unborn Children.pdf  
  • Ecstasy Harms Memory with One Year of Recreational Use

    There has been significant debate in policy circles about whether governments have over-reacted to ecstasy by issuing warnings against its use and making it illegal. More >> Ecstasy Harms Memory with One Year of Recreational Use.pdf  
  • Ecstasy Myths

    Myth: MDMA’s colour and appearance is indicative of the pill’s contents Conversely, the colour and/or appearance of any ecstasy pill is completely meaningless. Ecstasy pills are bought and sold on the black market in varying colours and dosages. Law enfo More >> Ecstasy Myths.pdf  
  • Ecstasy Overdose

    Ecstasy is one of the most popular illicit drugs in the category known as "club drugs" in the United States and globally. More >> Ecstasy Overdose.pdf  
  • Ecstasy Withdrawal

    Ecstasy is an illegal recreational drug which is used by millions of people around the world. More >> Ecstasy Withdrawal.pdf  
  • Ecstasy: The Story

    Ecstasy is a synthetically produced drug that became famous in the 1980s for its ability to make people dance. More >> ecstasy the story.pdf  
  • How Does Ecstasy Affects

    MDMA exerts its primary effects in the brain on neurons that use the chemical (or neurotransmitter) serotonin to communicate with other neurons. The serotonin system plays an important role in regulating mood, aggression, sexual activity, sleep, and sensi More >> How Does Ecstasy Affects.pdf  
  • How Ecstasy Affects Pregnancy

    What effect does ecstasy have during pregnancy? Read more to find out. More >> How Ecstasy Affects Pregnancy.pdf  
  • How Ecstasy Affects the Body

    Ecstasy has been described as an hallucinogenic amphetamine. This means it combines the effects of “speed”, a stimulant which speeds up the nervous system, and LSD, a drug that changes the way things are seen or heard. More >> How Ecstasy Affects the Body.pdf  
  • Information About GHB or Liquid Ecstasy

    GHB (gamma hydroxybutyrate) is a depressant drug. More >> Information About GHB or Liquid Ecstasy.pdf  
  • Is Ecstasy Addictive

    Ecstasy users may encounter problems similar to those experienced by amphetamine and cocaine users, including addiction. In addition to its seemingly rewarding effects, ecstasy’s psychological effects can include confusion, depression, sleep problems, anx More >> Is ecstasy addictive.pdf  
  • Is MDMA Addictive?

    MDMA affects many of the same neurotransmitter systems in the brain that are targeted by other addictive drugs. More >> is mdma addictive.pdf  
  • Is my teen using ecstasy?

    Ecstasy/MDMA is a drug used by many when partying at clubs or raves, wishing to stay awake and enjoy a feeling of euphoria. More >> is my teen using ecstasy.pdf  
  • Long and Short-Term Effects

    While it is not as addictive as heroin or cocaine, ecstasy can cause other adverse effects including nausea, hallucinations, chills, sweating, increases in body temperature, tremors, involuntary teeth clenching, muscle cramping, and blurred vision. Ecstas More >> Long and Short-term Effects of Ecstasy.pdf  
  • MDMA and Sex

    Many users will abuse ecstasy simply for the 'body high' - the senses of feeling and touch that become intensely pleasurable. More >> MDMA and Sex.pdf  
  • Overcoming Ecstasy

    Ecstasy is a highly addictive drug - about 43% of users meet the criteria for drug dependence, according the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Ecstasy users who attempt to stop taking the drug often experience intense withdrawal symptoms that make quittin More >> Overcoming ecstasy.pdf  
  • Q&A What is Molly?

    A: “Molly,” is the powder or crystal form of MDMA, which is the chemical used in Ecstasy. More >> what is molly q&a.pdf  
  • Recognizing a Problem With Ecstasy

    Symptoms of abuse include: - Continued use despite clear evidence of harmful consequences - Depressive mood states consequent to heavy use - Drug-related impairment of mental functioning More >> Recognizing a Problem With Ecstasy.pdf  
  • Risks Of Ecstasy

    Taking ecstasy involves some risks. Here’s what it could do to you: • There’s no way of telling what’s in ecstasy until you've swallowed it. There may be negative side effects from other drugs and ingredients added to the E. More >> Risks of ecstasy.pdf  
  • Side Effects of Ecstasy Abuse

    When ecstasy is abused, there are many side effects that are normally experienced. The side effects are not uniform for all individuals but are vary according to the genetic make-up of the individual as well as the dosage of the drug that was ingested. Ec More >> Side Effects of Ecstasy Abuse.pdf  
  • Staying Safe with Ecstasy and MDMA.

    Ecstasy is an illegal, controlled substance, with many adverse side effects, both in the long and short term, alongside the potential for dependency and legal issues. More >> staying safe with ecstasy and mdma.pdf  
  • Symptoms of Ecstasy addiction

    Ecstasy addiction continues to be a growing problem. Although certain drug addiction rates have dropped in recent years, ecstasy abuse and addiction is on the rise, especially among young people. More >> Signs of Ecstasy addiction.pdf