What does MDMA actually do to your brain?
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Im on molly right now in amsterdam, the tv shakes and is very bright, And i feel like i can organize my entire life ifront of me, this is insane, take this drug, its life changing holy shit (this is my first tim with mdma, but im a heavy stoner, And im currently super stoned on 60€ hash, idk where im going with this, bye
pretty sure ive had meth then because both times ive tried molly it felt nothing like this, maybe i just didnt have a lot of serotonin built up or i was in the wrong environment, but i didnt get a mood boost, only thing i experienced was huge pupils, which made it easier to see at night, felt like i had night vision, which i guess was cool
I just tried mdma (E) and it was by far one the most amazing things I've ever experienced in my life. I'm 27 and it was my first time. I didn't do it because of peer pressure, I was lead by my own curiosity.... And I will def do it again in a few months to not mess my brain up. The feeling I felt....... It was..... Like the feeling you feel right as your cumming.... The tingly feeling you feel.... And it felt that way for hours. I was crazy talkative and very very touchy. I'm glad I had my lady friend with me, I couldn't do this with other dudes.
“Permanent brain damage” unless you get shot in the head, if we’re only talking about drugs, besides krocadil, no drug really permanently damages your brain because we always adapt and restore receptors, which is produced by protein consumption!
Since no one talks about the MASSIVE side effect, I will. What molly does is it surges your brain with serotonin and fries the receptors. It’s important to understand this can induce permanent depression, no receptors = no serotonin. And that’s the last thing you want to lose. It can be life altering, and even if you don’t harm your brain physically, keep in mind that the other things in life actually worth having will be much less pleasurable to you if you become accustomed to feeling as good as you can feel of mdma. Food for thought, love y’all be safe and God bless.
The only bad thing that happens on MDMA is throwing up (only if I had alcohol which isn't a recommendation). Brain skipping time. I messed around and slept from 6am to 4pm. Keep in mind I was up for 39 hours prior to my long nap. Other than that mdma is better than cocaine. Less addictive, easier to portion, longer high and tolerance is all time high which makes it hard to overdose.
This stuff really helped me become more outgoing and social which was great for me being very introverted but i will admit that im still way more outgoing today almost 7 years later and that's a scary thought on it's permanent effects. Also the hangover is probably the most physically drained I've ever felt in my life. I think this stuff can seriously help people who need help to get over social barriers but should definitely be used responsibly.
As someone who has done molly at raves, I highly recommend you at least try it once, even at a small dose. It's one of those experiences that you'll never forgot. Make sure you buy a proper test kit and test out your molly first though!! Educate yourself before you do it for the best results. Don't be a statistic.
Love this video ..it explains why people would get addicted to mdma mainly for happy feelings but down the road its gonna to damage too much serotonin in your brain🧠 to the point u wont react probably to certain events ... #informative #SayNoToDrugs
rather than #SayNoToDrugs you should be saying #SayYesToHarmReduction... say no to drugs does literally nothing... humans have used drugs for thousands of years and that will never change... if harm reduction practices were pushed onto people the same way this "just say no" shit is the drug problem wouldn't be as bad... by beating around the bush or even misinforming kids in their highschool health class you're literally giving them a bucket of chum and tossing them into shark infested waters... everyone wants to preach don't do drugs but don't seem to get that people will do them regardless of what a little law says...
I was rolling for the second time with my girlfriend at Beyond Wonderland last weekend. We were fighting a little bit leading up to it and MDMA helped us to both open up and be really honest with each other. We just both wanted to talk to each other and share our emotions with each other and we ended up coming out of that weekend in a much better place. I can see why this drug used to be used for marriage counseling in the 70s. It's truly an amazing experience that can't be described until you've experienced it yourself.
The positives of this drug totally outweigh the negatives. Seriously. Try it. Anyone who says anything negative about this drug has never touch it - people don't like what they don't understand. It's the best experience you'll ever have in your life.
I'd Never do coke or heroin or the more "bad drugs" the only other thing I've done is weed . Almost everyday lmao. How similar or different are the effects of MDMA compared to weed. Like ability to walk, talk and make sense of things. Weed obviously affects me but doesn't impair me like alcohol would.
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