Many regular Molly users require addiction treatment to counteract the numerous physical and psychological effects of the drug. In this infographic, explore the details about who seeks/needs ecstasy (MDMA, Molly) addiction treatment in the U.S.
The typical Molly (ecstasy) user in the U.S. is a Non-Hispanic White male, who’s an employed college graduate, lives in a large metro area, and has an annual family income under $40,000. Find out more statistics in this infographic.
A look at the most dangerous synthetic drugs used by kids in America from insider, former DEA agent, Warren Rivera. More on the risks and how parents can help prevent synthetic drug abuse here.
Excerpt: Molly is at the top of the charts in teenage designer drugs. More about which drugs are trending among the youth, read here.
Counterfeit versions of MDMA are being passed off as Molly. Learn about these combinations and what effects they can cause here.
YES. Molly (MDMA) can be addictive. This derivative of methamphetamine alters the chemical responses of neurotransmitters and can cause euphoric effect which compels use. More on psychological and physical dependence on Molly here.
YES. You can die from Molly. In fact, accidental overdose is the most common cause of death on Molly. More on Molly risks and safety here.