Molly. We aren’t talking about your second grade schoolgirl crush or your best friend from high school, we are talking about the drug Molly that has made its way into the “rave scene” with its use spiking in teens and young adults.
Molly drug has become extremely popular among the younger generation, who takes the drug for its euphoric effects during music concerts and festivals. Celebrities such as, Jay-Z, Madonna, and more recently Miley Cyrus have glamorized the use of molly. You may have recently heard about molly drug associated with the deaths of a few teens just a few months ago. While it isn’t confirmed, it is said that Molly may have played a role in these deaths that happened at the Electric Zoo festival in New York City and a Boston concert venue.
Drug dealers market molly as being a pure form of Ecstasy (MDMA). But there really is no such thing as pure illicit drugs. As with any and all illegal drugs, you never know what they have been cut with and the same goes with this supposed “pure MDMA”. This makes molly drug highly dangerous.
So what do you do if someone you know is taking molly drug?
Well it may be time for a molly drug intervention. Molly drug, because of its popularity, especially among the music scene, is touted as being a “fun” drug. But its effects are extremely dangerous. The person in your life that is taking molly drug may not think it is a problem, especially if they are only taking it while at music festivals. It may take a molly drug intervention to break through to them how dangerous the use of this substance is and how it can lead them to darker and more dangerous places. It may take a molly drug intervention to tell someone that this substance is potentially fatal.
If you know someone is taking molly drug please call us at Addiction Intervention Now Inc. today and we can get your friend or loved one the help they need! 866-683-8833
How do you know if someone needs a molly drug intervention?
Molly drug has many of the same effects as ecstasy because it is, essentially, MDMA. So what you need to look for are signs of ecstasy addiction.
The short-term side effects of molly drug include mental stimulation, emotional warmth and increased physical energy. Enhanced sensory perception is also a potential side effect. This means that a person taking the drug may seem to be very friendly, hyperactive or full of energy, may see or hear things that others can’t at the same distance (but these are not hallucinations or delusions), and may seem wide awake, even after hours of activity.
Adverse symptoms of molly drug use may include:
If you or someone you know is experiencing these signs or symptoms of molly drug use, it may be time for a molly drug intervention. A molly drug intervention can stop the drug abuse in its tracks and get the person dependent on it, the help they so desperately need. Molly drug is dangerous and it is potentially lethal. It is absolutely imperative that someone who is taking molly drug gets the help they need to quit it. At Addiction Intervention Now Inc. we can help you or your loved one break through the denial about their molly drug use with a molly drug intervention. Our certified interventionists know about all the drugs that are out there now days and know how to help anyone who is addicted.
Call us today for a free molly drug assessment and lets see how we can help you! 866-683-8833