MDMA


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a stimulant drug that is chemically related to mescaline and amphetamine and is used illicitly for its euphoric and hallucinogenic effects

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I would strongly urge young people not to take or experiment with illegal drugs such as MDMA.
Speaking to the Telegraph anonymously, a friend said Fernback had taken a PMA tablet, which is similar to MDMA and is often sold as ecstasy.
Of these 337 participants, 99% reported having used alcohol, 58% reported having used cocaine, 40% reported having used opiates, 96% reported having used cannabis, 74% reported having used MDMA, 83% reported having used LSD, and 89% reported having used psilocybin.
But the government later granted a de- facto extension to the MDMA after KP was arrested on August 5 last year.
These seizures included approximately 46 kg of crystal meth secreted in the hull of a boat, approximately 350 kg of MDMA secreted in barrels containing ink toner and approximately 135 kg of cocaine and 33 kg of MDMA secreted within computer monitors.
There were no associations between MDMA use and the other scales.
Other projects supported by the group include psychiatrist Charles Grub's psilocybin research with terminal cancer patients at UCLA; Charleston, South Carolina, psychiatrist Michael Mitohefer's study of MDMA as a treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder; and University of Arizona at Tucson psychiatrist Francisco Moreno's study of psilocybin as a treatment for obsessive compulsive disorder.
Fukuoka prefectural police and other Japanese authorities said they have arrested Takenori Heya on suspicion of smuggling about 5,100 MDMA tablets hidden in a cookie box by air mail from Germany in early April.
The DEA is ignored that recommendation, kept MDMA in Schedule 1 and was subsequently sued by one of the drug's proponents, Harvard psychiatry professor Lester Grinspoon.
Richard Sinclair allegedly used an "ingenious" system to dupe couriers into delivering MDMA and other substances in transactions worth more than [euro]270,000 in total.
Police found cocaine, MDMA and MCAT as they executed the warrant on the popular club, which was subsequently handed a three-month closure order by the courts.
Andrew Atkins, 23, from Thornaby, pleaded guilty at Teesside Crown Court to supplying the Class A drugs cocaine and MDMA and possession with intent to supply MCAT, a Class B drug.
Apparently,the duo claimed that they procured the MDMA stock from their associate Mohammed Ali in Mumbai.
Detective Inspector Michael Miller, Police Scotland's national drugs co-ordinator, said MDMA, the active ingredient of ecstasy, was dangerous in all its forms.