Before I started smoking weed, I was told by teachers, parents, friends, and just about the rest of the population that it was bad. Weed was an “addictive drug” that had many “dangerous side effects” and was only for people who “had no future”. Obviously I was misinformed. Knowing now that weed can be used as a medicine and actually does more good than bad, I can’t help but wonder if I’ve also been misinformed about other drugs as well.
I’ve heard a lot of things about Molly (or MDMA) and I don’t know what to believe. The government and other self-proclaimed “responsible” people of society telling you that Molly can and will probably kill you. They say it’s a hard drug, dangerous, addictive, and you’ll probably OD. Wondering if that were indeed true, I decided to take it upon myself to actually try it a few times.
In my handful of experiences, I had the time of my life for about an hour, and then I was vomiting profusely for about 6 hour after. Definitely not a good sign. I think in a lot of cases, people who actually had a seizer or even died when they took “Molly” didn’t actually take Molly. Bath salts, heroine, cocaine, and other drugs are often mixed together to produce some of the same effects of MDMA, and it’s passed off as Molly. Luckily, every time I took Molly, it was chemically tested for verification before I put it in my body. So when you hear of someone dying from Molly, is it really the Molly that’s dangerous, or is it the slew of unknown substances?
I’ve done a lot of research, and I can’t seem to find anything concrete to answer my questions. Can pure MDMA be fatal when taken in small doses (ex. 0.1 grams), if you’re properly hydrated and 100% positive that you’re taking real MDMA?