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INTENSITY: 2 to 4 MATERIAL: Ecstasy is a synthetic compound developed in 1914 as a potential dietary aid. However, its psychoactive effects were not discovered until the mid-Seventies. It was used widely in therapy from this time until 1985 when it was made illegal. Ecstasy Ecstasy
Alexander Shulgin on MDMA
Beneath the Mirror Ball Beneath the Mirror Ball "Everyone's talking about the death of the rave scene and warehouse parties and the like, but the point people seem to be missing is that warehouse parties never really existed in Australia in the first place. The rave scene, ripped from overseas, was never really a true rave scene in the original meaning of the term" — DJ Angus, 1994 Australia's dance culture has arrived along quite different lines to previous Australian music movements. Although dance culture has been compared with the punk movement through their common element grass-roots expressions of culture, in Australia, punk tended to be an "invasion" of culture from abroad. Australia's dance culture is certainly "derivative" as it evolved from and relied on changes occurring overseas, however the movement is part of a global network that feeds off itself.
Ecstasy Slideshow (This Is Your Brain on Ecstasy) | DanceSafe.Org Ecstasy Slideshow (This Is Your Brain on Ecstasy) | DanceSafe.Org An MDMA Neurochemistry Slideshow © Copyright 1998-2014, Emanuel Sferios This slide show will explain the effects of MDMA on your brain.
MDMA is Schedule I in the United States. This means it is illegal to manufacture, buy, possess, or distribute without a DEA license. Addictive Potential: Low (MDMA is not considered physically addictive, yet it may be psychologically addictive) Emergency Room Visits Yearly: 21,836 hospital visits related to the use of MDMA or ecstasy were reported in 2010 in the United States MDMA Main Page MDMA Main Page
Ecstasy Discussion
"Practically any stimulus capable of causing injury to a tissue or organ can, when applied close to (but below) the threshold of damage, activate endogenous protective mechanisms--thus potentially lessening the impact of subsequent, more severe stimuli." -- Dirnagl et al. 20031 One of the more interesting neurotoxicity research findings over the last 25 years is that exposure to a low dose of a neurotoxin can provide protection against more severe damage from a later dose of the same substance. For methamphetamine, this was first documented in 1985,2 and in 2006, researchers found that "chronic, intermittent exposure" to MDMA in rats blocked severe damage to the serotonin system from a later high "binge" dose (Piper et al. 2006).3 A second research group recently published confirmation that pre-treatment with MDMA provides protection against a later neurotoxic dose (Bhide et al. 2009).4 MDMA Vault : In the Name of Science: Prior Exposure to MDMA May Block High-Dose Neurotoxicity MDMA Vault : In the Name of Science: Prior Exposure to MDMA May Block High-Dose Neurotoxicity
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5-HTP before Ecstasy
Preload : Multivit, Magnesium (0.5ish grams), Piracetam and Choline (Piracetam gives me a headache, especially after a couple of beers without it). NO unhealthy food that day, any fatty greasy sh1t means I will be getting trapped wind and indigestion later on. Health - 5-HTP & ecstasy Health - 5-HTP & ecstasy
MDMA (Ecstasy) MDMA (Ecstasy) Ecstasy; E; X; XTC; Rolls; Beans; Adam; Molly Euphoric Empathogen; Stimulant; Phenethylamine 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine MDMA is one of the most popular recreational psychoactives, most commonly sold in the form of "ecstasy" tablets. It is known for its empathogenic, euphoric, and stimulant effects, and has also been used in psychotherapy. Ecstasy tablets are notoriously impure, often containing chemicals other than MDMA.