MDMA is more commonly known as Ecstasy or Molly. It produces psychedelic effects and is popular at night-clubs, raves, and music festivals. Most people who use MDMA take it in a pill, tablet, or capsule. The pills can be different colors and sometimes have cartoon-like images on them, which might appeal to youth. Some people take more than one pill at a time, called “bumping”. Frequently, MDMA is capsules can be mixed with other substances include caffeine, PCP, or cocaine.
The pills can be different colors and sometimes have cartoon-like images on them, which might appeal to youth.
What are the risks?
MDMA might result in a more intense sense of touch and pleasure. However, some people might feel negative effects including chills, dizziness, and nausea. Even weeks later, people might experience confusion, depression, problems with sleep, and anxiety.
Know the data:
NATICK HIGH SCHOOL DATA:
In the 2018 MetroWest Adolescent Survey, 1.6% of Natick High School students reported ever using Ecstasy.