Molly addiction

Stop Rolling with Molly and Learn the Fatal Truth

What’s more fun than beer, weed, and coke? It’s that colorful mysterious gelcap that’s being sold and passed around at millions of raves in the United States. Known on the streets as “Molly,” short for the word “molecule,” it has replaced ecstasy as the new party drug in recent years, according to NBC News. Deceptively sold as “harmless,” Molly is glorified in pop culture by the likes of Miley Cyrus, Kanye West, and other prominent musicians. Despite what people may have heard about it in the news, Molly has become a global phenomenon and has risen in popularity among older users in their 30’s and 40’s. Read on to learn more about this counterfeit drug.

Is Molly the same thing as MDMA?

No, it is not. CNN reports that Molly was known as the concentrated form of ecstasy and was formerly available in the pure form of MDMA (3-4 methylenedioxymethamphetamine).

How did Molly evolve into such a dangerous drug?

In an unregulated market, this illicit drug falls easily into the hands of unscrupulous manufacturers that lace it with other toxins, producing unpredictable and potentially fatal consequences. According to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, Molly is now a concoction of unknown chemicals sold in the form of capsules or powder, most often containing Pentedrone, MePP, Methylone, MDPV, and 4-MEC.

What happens to your body when you take Molly?

Once you ingest Molly, you can expect the following side effects which include, but are not limited to, the following; dehydration, teeth grinding, uncontrollable seizures, high blood pressure, hyperthermia, insomnia, loss of appetite and anxiety, according to New York Times.

How bad can Molly really be?

Molly can make you crazy even after just one use. According to a case study, a first-time user with no previous psychiatric or medical history was admitted to the emergency room to be treated for her auditory hallucinations, disorganized speech, and bizarre behavior. After medical clearance, she was transferred to a psychiatric unit where she started eating from trash cans and displayed other odd behavior.

Where can I find treatment for Molly addiction?

New Method Wellness is one of the nation’s best addiction treatment centers for alcohol and drug rehab, offering effective dual diagnosis programs that ensure long-lasting recovery. Get help if you are experiencing symptoms of ecstasy, MDMA and/or Molly! Depending on your frequency of use and severity of dependence, an addiction professional will determine what is best — intensive outpatient services or residential treatment in one of our beautiful luxurious homes. All recovery plans are customized for each client; there is no one-size-fits-all approach to substance abuse treatment.

Find out more about New Method Wellness’s programs by calling 866.951.1824 today!

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