We all know who Mary Jane and Lucy are. These designer drugs have fallen out of style. But there is a new girl in town and her name is Molly. She is making a name for herself, being popular at many parties and concerts nationwide. She is the life of the party. But who is this Molly? Where did she come from?
Well, Molly is the cousin of ecstasy, but she is more pure and extremely dangerous. She is growing in popularity because today’s most popular musicians like Miley Cyrus and Kanye West party with her. Molly is cited in some of the most popular club-beats in this decade. So how would you expect teenagers to say no to something that is being hash-tagged up by their idols?
Molly is a pure form of lab-synthesized MDMA. So what is MDMA? MDMA is an empathogen drug belonging to the phenethylamine and amphetamine class of drugs. This affects the central nervous system, which causes euphoric highs. It also triggers an elevated heartbeat, high blood pressure, blood vessel constriction, sweating, and can prevent the body from regulating its internal temperature.
The health risks and lethal effects of molly are obvious. One can experience anxiety, extreme thirst, dizziness, impulsive behavior, aggression, sleep problems, poor appetite, nausea, chills, sweating, blurred vision, high blood pressure, and heart or kidney failure.
Because of the surge in popularity, Molly-related fatalities are also climbing. During the past few years, massively-popular music festivals have reported numerous deaths related to Molly. Concert-goers say that this drug is available everywhere. Most of the time the drug is used and sold right at the venue publicly, it is an accepted practice at concerts. They say when you’re at a concert, you’ll hear people offering it up or asking for Molly by her name. Well, Molly is cheap. You can buy her for as little as $20 a dose.
Well, one of the reasons why we are seeing an increase in deaths related to MDMA is because it’s a party drug, and is rarely taken alone. Normally, it is mixed with alcohol or cocaine. Mixing this up will lead to increased level of euphoria. The risk of severe dehydration also increases with alcohol consumption.
Molly, when walking the streets, usually contains many different kinds of drugs and chemicals, which is why it is hazardous to the user. Molly-users don’t know what they’re taking. This makes it then even more difficult to treat fatal overdoses.
With the rise of electronic dance music and raves, there is no reason to think that Molly will decrease its popularity. It is difficult to determine, at this point in time, what the long term effects of this drug will be. We can only assume that many of its side effects are similar to ecstasy, and trying to quit Molly is similar to quitting ecstasy.
If you or someone you loved has been in love to Molly then getting help is one thing that you can consider. Addiction Rehab Center Vallejo is a treatment center that can help you with your problem with Molly and different kinds of drug to get your life back.