Posted by Lone Deranger November 04, 1998 at 13:52:27:
In Reply to: extasy question posted by noanoa on October 30, 1998 at 15:34:01:
Now it's official. E causes brain damage.
It was even mentioned in "Anashim" Magazine this week (3/11/98, last page, "Bracha Golseshet").
There's nothing really new here, except for the fact that this time it was actually tested on humans.
We all know that people who use E heavily (once a week IS considered heavily) find out they need more pills (2, 3, etc.) in order to get high, and also they become IRREVESIBLY DEPRESSIVE (and I've seen stuff - believe me).
You can even read about it on this site at
The thing is that ministries of health around the world never authorize research on humans. This research is also not 100% "kosher":
They didn't take people and give them MDMA (they weren't allowed), they only took 14 people (quite a small number) that SAID they used to take lots of E pills. Now "E pills" could be anything from MDMA to rat poison. There's a lot of junk out there (and this is the MOST IMPORTANT reason not to take E).
Now that I said everything AGAINST the credibility of the experiment, it's still reasonable that if MDMA does something to monkeys, and [questionable] E pills do the same to people, it's probably true that MDMA is causing this.
So this is it, then:
If you use a lot of E (once a week IS a lot) - it stops affecting you and you become IRREVERSIBLY DEPRESSIVE.
It's your choice whether to use E at all, but at least be wise if you choose to use them. So don't pop Es as if they were peanuts.
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