ecstasy


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Synonyms for ecstasy

Synonyms for ecstasy

Synonyms for ecstasy

a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion

a state of elated bliss

street names for methylenedioxymethamphetamine

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2002) 'A Subcultural Study of Recreational Ecstasy Use', ch.
Confiscated from the suspects were liquid ecstasy placed inside 20 energy drink bottles, 1.
There are also serious side effects from prolonged use of using Ecstasy such as (https://www.
In May, a boy aged 16 landed up in hospital after taking an ecstasy tab called "Rockstar" in Oldham.
Interventions for prevention of ecstasy use must be implemented in high schools, and with college students, when this behavior is surfacing.
He said: "Although it appeared Rose had taken a substantial quantity (of drugs) and some may have come from another source or sources, there is no doubt some of the Ecstasy she took originated from you.
But on one memory test, participants who had used Ecstasy scored worse.
The ground-breaking study by Swansea University, in collaboration with Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, in Ohio and the University of East London, is the first to show the effects of the drug ecstasy on foetal and infant development.
Prof Cowan pointed out that ecstasy, which has the chemical name MDMA, is now being tested as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety linked to cancer.
As the therapeutic use of MDMA spread, the drug began to be produced under the trade name "Ecstasy" Ecstasy had high currency in the electronic dance scene, and was marketed and sold to ravers for recreational use in bars, clubs and raves in Europe and later in the U.
Further work could lead to ecstasy, which is an amphetamine derivative properly known as MDMA, being trailed on patients.
The spokesman said: "If there is a batch of strong and deadly ecstasy tablets going around then there is always the chance they are here.
Chapter one dissects our cultural bias against religious ecstasy and attempts to understand why biblical commentators (particularly Protestant scholars) ignore or downplay its significance.
This was despite the fact that ecstasy is itself an amphetamine derivative.
The second group included 71 people who had used ecstasy at least 30 times, but had not taken ecstasy or any other illegal drug in the two weeks before the experiment.