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Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), better known as ecstasy or “molly,” is a synthetic drug derived from amphetamine.
People tend to use it recreationally because of the host of effects it can produce within an hour or so after taking a single dose, such as feelings of mental stimulation, decreased anxiety, and enhanced sensory perception. However, as with any street drug, using MDMA also comes with notable risks.
Ecstasy became popular during the 1970s and 1980s when it became a mainstream street drug associated with music festivals, raves, concerts, and clubs. BZP benzylpiperazine is now also being used as a “legal form” of ecstasy.