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According to the Time Magazine article ecstasy is a serious drug in America Karen a high school student from Texas experiments with the drug before school In Grand Rapids Michigan takes the drug so her and husband can talk about there problems So what is this drug ecstasy and where did it come fromWell according to Time it is actually MDMA The patient was issued in 1914 to the E Merch Company The chemists though they could develop the drug into a therapudic drug The drug that 8 of all high school seniors have tried disappeared until 1953 The US government actually tested putting the drug into war heads In 1978 the first formal report cam eout about it was written by Alxander Shulgin Mr Shulgin praised the drug and told of how it cured one of his patients of a speech impedement He also said he took it at parties so he could have a good time without drinking alcoholIn the early 1980s it was sold in bars alongside alcohol Manfuracters in the 80s said it was not addicting and it did not have any side effects In 1985 the DEA outlawed it for goodWell as Times research shows there are a few dangers Some people that take it remember a tragedy in there life and can be over come in fear Another danger to the body is overheating When users dont drink water there body temperatures can reach over 110 degrees This can cause their blood to coagulate and death will follow The drug can also cause a massive hangover this is called a Terrible Tuesday Another danger is that some of the pills are mixed with other drugs This can cause injury or even death Why are so many people lured to ecstasyAccording to Time there are a few reasons people enjoy this drug One of them is there are no known long or short term effects It is also know for
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