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MDMA Looking Past the Fear During the course of a single Adam session I experienced a deep natural healing within myself I re-owned my body In the two weeks that followed I have observed specific behavioral changes in myself These include the ease with which I choose lighter healthier foods and no longer desire heavy fatty foods a definite increase in the grace with which I move an instinctive desire for water with a marked increase in daily fluid intake no desire for caffeine or alcohol And for the first time in my life I can feel myself consciously and lovingly aware of the body in which I live Adamson 58 Who is this Adam you may ask And what was so special about him that a single session with him was enough to rid this woman of her life-long hatred of her body The answer is that Adam is not a person at all but a substance It is known by many names Adam Eve White Dove the Love Drug Beans X E XTC and Ecstasy to name a few The scientific name for the substance that this woman praised is Methylenedioxymethamphetamine MDMA but what you call it doesnt matter What is important is how this drug has helped many people such as the woman above to heal from ailments ranging from post-traumatic stress disorder to depression Unfortunately the healing that these people have experienced is illegal in todays world Therapists who realize the potential of MDMA in psychotherapy are forced to choose between what they feel is right for their patient and what the law will allow turning some dedicated doctors into criminals This is a great injustice Lawmakers should look past the hysteria surrounding Club Drugs and recognize MDMA for what it is an effective therapeutic tool MDMA was first patented by E Merck of Germany in 1914 It was not an end in itself only a step in the synthesis of
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