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Samantha Woodruff Psyc 470 Lesson 3 Reaction Paper Lori Coburn When you hear the term “Molly”, you might think back to Molly Ringwald or Molly Hatchet. Now, more popularly, it’s referring to a new and upcoming drug that has become ever so popular with high school and college students. The drug molly, slang for ‘molecular’ is most commonly known as the purest form of ecstasy. It’s also known as MDMA or methylenedioxymethamphetamine. The feeling most described from the drug is relatively close to that of ecstasy. Some users describe it as “beautiful, A little roll. You are constantly in motion and everything else feels a little better.” MDMA releases a flood of different neurotransmitters, each with different attributes that are already in the body. I personally do not use drugs but have been offered this particular substance more and more frequently in the last 6 months. Some people and communities believe this will just be a trend, and the popularity of it will eventually die down.
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