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Molly FAQ

May 27, 2013 by  
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Molly FAQ

Is Molly illegal?

In the United States molly was legal and unregulated until May 31, 1985 then it was emergency scheduled to DEA Schedule I, for drugs that don’t have any medical uses and have a high potential for abuse.

Why is it called Molly?

The term Molly refers to MDMA in powder or crystalline form usually implying a higher level of purity. The term molly is used as a shortened form of the word molecule. The molecule that makes up MDMA is 3, 4-methylenedioxy-N-methylamphetamine.

Where is Molly found?

Molly is a street drug that can be bought from street dealers. Most molly use is done at raves or in the club scene.

Who uses Molly?

Molly or MDMA was initially used in psychology and for medical uses. Later in the early 1980’s Molly rose to prominence in trendy nightclubs in the UK and then moved over to the United States. Molly is an integral element of rave culture.

Why do some users consider Molly to be safer?

Molly is not anymore safe than MDMA or any other drug for that matter. If someone is considering molly to be safer than anything else then they are misinformed.

What causes Molly related deaths?

Usually interactions with other drugs the user is taking. Although, dehydration and heart problems can also cause molly related deaths as well as rises in body temperature.

How does molly affect you?

When taking molly the effects usually begin 30-60 minutes after consumption and last about 3 to 4 hours. Some of the symptoms of taking molly are:

  • Depersonalization
  • Altered perception
  • Positive basic mood
  • Visual hallucinations
  • Intense Euphoria
  • Increase self-confidence
  • Dazed state
  • Emotional excitement
  • Altered perception of space and time

The after effects of using molly are:

Psychological

  • Anxiety and paranoia
  • Depression
  • Irritability
  • Fatigue
  • Impaired attention, focus, and concentration, as well as drive and motivation (due to depleted serotonin levels)
  • Residual feelings of empathy, emotional sensitivity, and a sense of closeness to others (afterglow)

Physiological

  • Dizziness, lightheadedness, or vertigo
  • Loss of appetite
  • Gastrointestinal disturbances, such as diarrhea or constipation
  • Insomnia
  • Aches and pains, usually from excessive physical activity (e.g., dancing)
  • Exhaustion
  • Jaw soreness, from bruxism

What will happen if I mix Molly with another drug?

Many times when overdoses on Molly happen it is because another drug was added to the mix. For instance mixing molly and alcohol can be extremely dangerous and in worst case scenarios can be fatal.

How addictive is molly?

Most people who take molly don’t develop a physical dependence on the drug but a psychological craving. Molly affects the brain by altering chemical responses of neurotransmitters. Molly also releases oxytocin in the brain which is present during orgasm and child birth which accounts for the feel good feelings that you may want to feel again and again.

Sources: http://whatismolly.com/questions/

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