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.
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Family : Lamiaceae (Former: Labiatae) Species : divinorum; splendens Ska Pastora; Shepherdess's Herb; ska Maria Pastora; yerba de Maria; Sally-D Atypical Psychedelic Salvia Divinorum (Ska Pastora) Vault
Huasca; Yagé; Brew; Daime; The Tea; La Purga Psychedelic Mixture Ayahuasca is a powerfully psychedelic South American brew traditionally made from the B. caapi vine and admixtures such as P. viridis (and/or other DMT-containing plants). One of its primary effects is considered to be the vomiting (the purge) that accompanies the experience. The term ayahuasca is sometimes loosely used to mean any combination of an MAOI with DMT.
One of the main powers that law enforcement officers carry is the power to intimidate citizens into voluntarily giving up their rights. Police are trained to believe in their authority and trained to perform their interactions with private citizens with confidence. It is their job to deal with problems and they learn to manage uncomfortable situations through strength. Most people, when confronted by police get a mild panic reaction, become anxious, and try to do whatever they can to minimize the time spent with the officer. Because of the imbalance of power between citizen and officer, when a law enforcement officer makes a strongly worded request, most people consent without realizing that they are giving up constitutional protections against improper meddling by the State in the private affairs of citizens. A common situation is that of the traffic stop.
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