I have a past of being diagnosed with drug psychosis from doing cocaine and I have not done coke that much and after being medicated and better for a year I was thinking about trying Molly…would that fuck with my past or would I be ok and I’m also on klonopins that I get for axiery from doing the coke
I personally think you should try MDMA. It differs to coke and is not addictive, unless you have a very addictive personality. It’s a beautiful substance, the high is all about love. I don’t know whether you wanna do it for fun or for ‘healing’, but I assume both factors will come into play when you get high on it ;)
I don’t know about klonopins or combining the two substances, but MDMA will definitely be a help to your anxiety.
When are you planning on doing it? It would be great if you report your experience here afterwards.
@nakammerer, Klonopins or any other substances that are already juicing the ‘feel good’ chemicals in the brain are likely to prevent the molly from doing very much. I always try to cut back on caffeine, alcohol, or any of the ‘euphoric’ substances out there for days before a roll. Molly works a lot the same as coke, except in addition to draining the brains storage of dopamine, it works heavily on serotonin as well as norepinephrine (adrenaline). The big three.. so be careful and make sure you always let your brain fully recover and rebuild those storages otherwise more long term damage may occur. If you are suffering from depression or anxiety already from long term use of coke, molly is likely to have that same effect. If you are in a good place mentally and physically the drug may to have a very positive effect but not if more than once in a blue moon. I know the hangover that can last weeks afterwards is not worth it. This is my advice based on personal experience, everyone is different, hope it helps!
I’ve been doing Molly quit a lot here lately and it’s by far the best drug I’ve ever done because I become so close with people around me but the days after a hard roll is awful. I am suffering a bit of depression and I’m not the same person I used to be at all