MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine), popularly known as Ecstasy, X, E, and Molly, is a synthetic, psychoactive drug that has similarities to both the stimulant amphetamine and the hallucinogen mescaline.
It produces feelings of increased energy, euphoria, compassion, trust, and empathy toward others, and distortions in sensory and time perception.
The substance has long suffered a bad reputation as a dangerous party drug – one with no positive therapeutic benefits.
That’s far from the truth, as researchers and therapists back in the 1970s knew.
Despite evidence that MDMA has therapeutic benefit, the DEA slapped it with a Schedule I classification in 1985, which made it illegal for everyone- even medical practitioners.
But that’s finally changing, according to a promising update from the non-profit organization that is working hard to make the drug available for people who suffer from PTSD and other debilitating challenges.
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