MDMA is not good for your health and the use of the substance always comes with risks. In this video Bastiaan provides you of the most important do's and don'ts to limit the risks.
When taking MDMA powder or “crystals”, the user licks small amounts of the substance from a wet finger. This way, the dose can slowly be increased. Another option is to put the powder in a capsule or to roll it in cigarette paper (creating a “bomb”) and then to swallow it. Very occasionally MDMA powder is snorted and it can also be smoked, but this almost never happens. MDMA can damage your tooth enamel; if you dissolve the powder in a drink or lick it up, you increase the chance of damaging your teeth.
A recreational dose is between 1 and 1.5 mg MDMA for each kilogram body weight per occasion (or between 0.4 and 0.7 mg MDMA for each pound body weight). This means that when you weigh 60 kg (or 130 pounds), a recreational dose would be between 60 and 90 mg MDMA for the whole evening. Does your tablet contain more than 180 mg MDMA? In that case, a half tablet (or two times a quarter tablet with at least one and a half hour in between) should be enough for the desired effect. If you take more, you will especially experience more unwanted effects like jaw tension, forgetfulness, confusion and nausea. Of course the use of MDMA is never without risks, but if you follow this advice you can limit the risks and side effects as much as possible.
- Overheating (hyperthermia)
- Water intoxication (hyponatremia)
- Serotonin syndrome (serotonin poisoning)
- Higher risk of heart problems (cardiovascular disease)
- Epileptic seizure
- Acute confusional state
- Liver damage
- Psychological symptoms / hangover
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