3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine, abbreviated to MDMA and sometimes referred to as Molly and X, is the term for drug pill called Ecstasy. MDMA is a psychoactive substance which acts as a stimulant and a muscle relaxant. In the party and rave scene, ecstasy is most often present. Groups between the ages of 18 and 25 more frequently use the drug, and more than 17 million persons aged 12 or older registered using MDMA at least once in their lives in 2014. They will experience symptoms within 45 minutes when someone takes MDMA in a capsule or tablet form, and the effects last an average of 3 hours. Consumers will feel stimulated, satisfied, outgoing, psychological energy sensed, and empathic sensitivity to others.
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