What is ecstasy?
Ecstasy is a party drug found at raves and parties. . The process of creating ecstasy is fairly simple for chemists, and it is inexpensive to make. Pills that are manufactured for pennies apiece can sell in the illegal drug market for $15 to $40 per dose. A vast underground network of laboratories, most of them in Europe, supply a cunning army of smugglers who bring the pills to the United Kingdom and the United States.
Effects of Ecstasy:
Common effects are increase in body temperature, tremors, alertness ,and increases heart rate.
How the Drug is taken:
It is usually swallowed with water or alcohol and is sometimes snorted.
Risks of taking ecstasy:
Ecstasy is not addictive but ecstasy is dangerous because repeated use, even weeks or months apart can damage a lot of the brain.
How is it brought USA:
Chemist who made ecstasy
The chemists in Europe made it and later on smugglers brought it here.