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      Molly, not just an innocent name


Molly is a powdered form of MDMA (methylenedioxymethamphetamine) a synthetic, psychoactive drug with a chemical structure similar to the stimulant methamphetamine and the hallucinogen mescaline. Molly is similar to ecstasy in the sense that they both contain the drug MDMA. Molly is a pure form of MDMA. Molly is usually in powder form or capsules. The color when pure most often is beige, yellowish, brown and in some cases gray. When Molly first came on the scene it was fairly easy to get the pure form of the drug. The name Molly is now given to a variety of drugs with similar chemical structures. Characterization of Molly has become prevalent in the music industry. Trinidad James and other rap stars who rap about Molly have helped the drug popularity surge over the past year while making it seem as though it's the cool thing to do when you want to have a good time. Unfortunately the side effects of the drug have never been discussed, nor has anyone talked about all the negatives that come with Molly use. However, there is one hip-hop star who recently confessed that Molly almost killed him. 

Molly is like a 70's version of crack. More times than not teenagers like to mix the use of Molly with marijuana and alcohol.






Joe Buddens Speaks On The Dangers Of Taking Molly 


 

He revealed:

 

I didn’t see a problem with the fact that maybe five days would go by without sleeping. I didn’t see a problem with the fact that maybe I was hallucinating at times. I didn’t see a problem with the fact that I just couldn’t get up and walk sometimes. It just altered your  thinking process dramatically, and for a thinker like myself, that was like nothing I’d ever experienced before. Now everyone is speaking about Molly like it's the thing to do. I thought it was important for somebody, anybody, to stand up and say, you know, I did that, it's corny. I'm just hoping that at the end of the day it won't be the versus the entire music industry when it comes to who a 13-year-old should listen to regarding drugs. 



                


What does Molly look like? A whisper of yellow, crystalline powder. Similar to sugar but the grains are small and generally have a faint yellow color. What is important for parents to understand is that your child may be using this without your knowledge. Teenagers are very aware of the side effects and have adapted to hide the typical signs and side effects. Although we have posted signs of side effects below it is not completely reliable to determine whether your child is using Molly or any other street drug. The first problem with this drug is it is very accessible and teenagers can pay between $90 and $120 per gram if it is the pure form of the drug. Most teenagers use 1/10 of a gram which is usually priced at $8-$25. Parents should consider that your teenagers do not have to go to a trap house( better known as a crack house) to get Molly. They simply have to go to a local party, go down the right hallway in their local high school or even worse right next door. Short-term side effects are increased heart rate and blood pressure, tremors, muscle cramps, nausea, chills, sweating, blurred vision. People who use Molly are also at risk of dehydration, which may not seem like a big deal, but by interfering with the body's ability to regulate its temperature it puts you at risk of overheating which has led to many deaths. Long term side effects of Molly may directly affect the brain chemical serotonin and how your brain cells communicate with each other. 







 
DEA Alert

What Might Be in a Pill? 

 

MDA: This cousin of MDMA is very similar in affects, but has been described as 'more psychedelic' and often produces distinct visuals (people have reported seeing smoke rings, faces appearing in clouds, etc.) MDA has become more common in recent years, with some people actually prefering it over MDMA. The test kit can determine if a pill contains MDA instead of MDMA. (Pills containing a mixture of MDMA and MDA are somewhat common.) 

 

MDEA: Rarely seen, MDEA is another cousin of MDMA. It produces euphoria but seems to be relatively sedating (people just sitting around feeling good, not prone to dancing and animated conversation as you would expect with MDMA.) MDEA is pleasant in its own right, but lacks the 'fire' of the MDMA experience. The test kits cannot distinguish between MDMA and MDEA. 

 

Methamphetamine: METH is a powerful and relatively dangerous stimulant drug. The home test kits can identify pills that contain METH by itself, but not METH combined with one of the other MDxx drugs. If you are sold an 'ecstasy' pill containing METH, you should demand your money back (if the dealer is trustworthy) or anonymously report them to the police. (No, I don't think that's being harsh. People that sell METH as 'ecstasy' are human garbage and deserve to be behind bars with large gentlemen named "Bubba" and "Jimbo".) According to the US Drug Enforcement Agency, about 2.5% of 'ecstasy' pills contain a mixture of MDMA and METH, while 3% contain only METH.

DXM (Dextromethorphan):  legal cough syrup ingredients it is also seen with some frequency. It's psychoactive at high doses. A DXM field is a deliberate attempt at a rip-off, and dealers selling that should be dealt:.

Ketamine: is a sedative used for veterinary surgery.

Caffeine, Ephedrine, Psuedoephedrine: Seen with some with some frequency, these ingredients are relatively inactive.                                                                                         


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