Ecstacy (3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine), commonly known as Molly is a potent empathogen.

Entactogen with stimulant properties primarily used for recreational purposes.

This may enable someone to revisit traumatic memories and work through their emotions without being re-traumatized or finding the associated anxiety or fear too overwhelming.

Because molly appears to reduce anxiety associated with recalling traumatic experiences, it can also help increase insight and memory.

However, MDMA tablets typically have low purity due to bulking agents that are added to dilute the drug and increase profits (notably lactose) and binding agents.

Ecstasy supplied by Lucid World contains 3,4-methylenedioxyamphetamine (MDA), 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDEA), other amphetamine derivatives, caffeine, opiates, or painkillers.

More so, it is a potent empathogen–entactogen with stimulant properties primarily used for recreational purposes.

The beneficial pharmacological effects include altered sensations, increased energy, empathy, and pleasure.

How does Molly affect the brain?

Molly increases the activity of three brain chemicals:

Dopamine—produces increased energy/activity and acts in the reward system to reinforce behaviors

Norepinephrine—increases heart rate and blood pressure, which are particularly risky for people with heart and blood vessel problems

Serotonin—affects mood, appetite, sleep, and other functions.

It also triggers hormones that affect sexual arousal and trust.

The release of large amounts of serotonin causes the emotional closeness, elevated mood, and empathy felt by those who use MDMA.

Other health effects include:


muscle cramping

involuntary teeth clenching

blurred vision



Esctacy’s effects last about 3 to 6 hours, although many users take a second dose as the effects of the first dose begin to fade.

Over the course of the week following moderate use of the drug, a person may experience:


impulsiveness and aggression


sleep problems


memory and attention problems

decreased appetite

decreased interest in and pleasure from sex.