Synthetic cathinones (bath salts), such as methylone (M1), 4-MEC, MDPV, mephedrone (4-MMC), Pentedrone, and MePP
Reports of MDMA’s potential for addiction or abuse vary, but as
an intoxicating substance that changes brain chemistry, it can lead to
serious problems, even in its most pure form. Because forms of MDMA like
ecstasy and Molly are often cut with other, very dangerous stimulants,
it is difficult to know what drug is being ingested. This can lead to
overdose, hospitalization, and even death. MDMA can lead to overheating and dehydration, which can rapidly cause physical damage and organ failure.
It is important to find professional help to overcome addiction and
substance abuse patterns. A rehabilitation program can help with the
entire process, from detox to aftercare.