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Ecstacy

[ˈekstəsē]

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Synonyms: 1. Rapture 2. Bliss 3. Elation 4. Euphoria 5. Transports 6. Rhapsodies 7. Joy 8. Joyousness 9. Jubilation 10. Exultation 11. Heaven 12. Paradise 13. Delight 14. Misery 15. MDMA 16. Wikipedia
1. Yeah ecstacy still exists and it's not always the same thing. ecstacy is usually MDMA + something else, typically an amphetamine, sometimes an opioid or disassociative. Molly is supposed to be pure MDMA. level 1-1 points · 9 days ago. ecstacy and Molly have basically the same chemical make up. I have done Molly, have not done Ecstasy.
2. Updated 10:50pm (Dec. 23rd): The official statement from the Fletcher family, by way of John "Ecstacy" Fletcher's daughter is below. Official Statement from Jonnelle Fletcher: "The African and
3. MDMA (Ecstacy) use has also increased among different ethnic groups. For example, reports from Texas indicate use spreading beyond predominantly white youth to a broader range of ethnic groups. In Chicago, where a single MDMA (Ecstacy) pill can be purchased for about $12 to $15, the drug continues to be predominantly used by white youth, but
4. ecstacy pills. Ecstasy pills or MDMA (3, 4 methylenedioxymethamphetamine) are psychoactive drugs that can alter moods and brain perceptions. Similar to hallucinogens, the medicine produces a euphoric feeling along with distorted time and sensory perceptions.
5. MDMA (Ecstacy) use has also increased among different ethnic groups. For example, reports from Texas indicate use spreading beyond predominantly white youth to a broader range of ethnic groups. In Chicago, where a single MDMA (Ecstacy) pill can be purchased for about $12 to $15, the drug continues to be predominantly used by white youth, but

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