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    MDMA, Molly Or Ecstasy

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    MDMA, Molly or Ecstasy, but legally known as Methlysafrylaminc - these are all the same drug. In 1912 this, now illicit substance, was originally developed by a German pharmaceutical company to control bleeding. Some say that it has medical use, while others completely disagree. In the late 1970’s and early 1980’s MDMA had gained a huge following with psychiatrist saying that the drug “enhanced communication” and “opened insights to patients about their problems. At this point in time it had not gone through clinical trials or been approved by the FDA. In 1985 the DEA made the drug illegal claiming that it had no medical use and a high risk for abuse. This placed it on the list of Schedule 1 drugs. Although it is still illegal to this day,…

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    MDMA Research Paper

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    When MDMA is mentioned, people automatically think “party drug”. Although that may be true in many cases, MDMA is also used therapeutically. Methylenedioxy-N-methamphetamine, also known as Ecstasy, is a phenethylamine that includes mescaline and methamphetamine (Bouso, Doblin, Farré, and Alcázar 2008). According to Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary (2012), “MDMA was first synthesized for use as an appetite suppressant, but because of its high incidence of severe side effects it was never…

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    The origins of MDMA are often contradictory, and inaccurate information abounds, even within much of the scientific literature (Bernschneider-Reif, Öxler, & Freudenmann, 2006). According to Bernschneider-Reif et al. (2006), Merck Laboratory created 3-methyl-hydrastinine in the hopes of creating a methylated analogue of hydrastinine that would be similarly effective to the naturally occurring hydrastinine that had become rare and expensive. This early form of MDMA was included in patents filed by…

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    Ecstasy Research Paper

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    It is a designer drug (a drug created by altering the chemical makeup of one or more existing drugs)” Designer Drugs: MDMA (Ecstasy) | Health Promotion and Prevention Services | Colonial Health Center | Division of Student Affairs | The George Washington University. (n.d.). Retrieved November 10, 2016, from https://prevention.gwu.edu/designer-drugs-mdma-ecstacy. Ecstasy tablets contain not only MDMA but also a number of other drugs or drug combinations that can be harmful, such as:…

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    Molly Research Paper

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    4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine, or MDMA for short. Over time, generational nicknames such as ecstasy and X have come to identify the drug. In this day and age however, molly is the most commonly used tag when labeling MDMA (Solanki). Molly, along with its new name, is making a comeback. The difference is that molly isn’t only used by young-adult partygoers anymore. Now 1.4% of all 8th graders have done molly at some point in their life. By 12th grade, the number of kids that have done the drug…

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    Ddma Research Paper

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    Introduction MDMA. A substance synonymous with rave culture and drug trafficking, but now has a new potential use, as a treatment option for PTSD. This condition, which is caused by one experiencing a traumatizing experience, is faced at one point in life by up to 14 percent (1) of the US population. Although MDMA has been identified to assist psychotherapists involved in PTSD treatment, it remains a controlled substance in the US. Clinical studies were approved by the DEA and FDA last year, but…

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    Just or Unjust Liability: The RAVE Act Drug policy has always been a controversial issue in the United States of America, and recently the government’s focus has been on “club drugs” such as ecstasy or MDMA. Club drugs are often associated with raves, electronic music festivals, and nightclubs. The government enacted an unusual form of drug policy in 2003. The federal government has decided that the owners and or promoters of the rave community are liable for the illegal actions of their…

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    Side Effects Of Ecstasy

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    MDMA is a dangerous and illegal drug that has many side effects and unknown dangers. MDMA, otherwise called ecstasy or molly, is a type of hallucinogenic drug that stimulates the brain and induces hallucinations. It is an illegal drug often used in clubs or parties, otherwise known as raves or rave parties. MDMA is taken in pill form, capsule, powder form, or in a gelcap. Ecstasy is MDMA in pill form. Molly is the name of the drug when taken in powder form and is often called “pure ecstasy”,…

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    Davit Temurian Matthew Ward Coms 151/L Tue-Thurs 14 October 2014 Explanation on MDMA I. How many of you have heard the song “All Gold Everything” by Trinidad James? A. What is Molly? B. methylene-dioxy-methamphetamine or MDMA. C. EDM a major trend, mega events, big show E. Personal account at events (collapse, paramedics) H. the history of MDMA, the immediate effects it has once ingested, and the drugs aftermath. II. History and origin of MDMA. A. traced back to 1913. 1. MDMA was first…

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    In “My Father the Drug Dealer” Tony Dokoupil writes about life with a father who was a drug dealer. In the article Tony talks about how life was and how it impacted him in both a positive and negative way. In the article Tony Dokoupil writes that his father’s implosion was too complete for him to really fear becoming him. Tony continues on and says he has a great life with a wife and kid on the way and a job he enjoys. That is why it is hard for him to imagine detouring into a life of drugs and…

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