Red Bull (MDMA)
Taking very high doses of MDMA leads to a strong concentration of serotonin in the brain. This increases the risk of life-threatening complications such as serotonin syndrome. With more than 200 mg of MDMA in one pill, even taking half can lead to an overdose.
Over 1.5 mg MDMA per kg body weight for men and 1.3 mg per kg body weight for women is too much (ex. woman 60 kg x 1.3 =max. 78 mg MDMA). Side effects such as jaw grinding, eye and muscle twitching, or seizures may occur. In overdoses, body temperature rises sharply and hallucinations may occur. On subsequent days, after taking such high doses of MDMA, increased depression, lack of concentration, sleep disturbances, loss of appetite, and a feeling of strong listlessness occur. Regular use of large amounts of MDMA is neurotoxic and increases the likelihood of irreparable brain damage.
Have your substances tested in a Drug Checking
If you do not have the possibility to have substances analyzed, first test a maximum of one third of the pill, since very many high-dose pills are in circulation.
Wait and see
Wait 2 hours after taking the medication, as there are always pills with unexpected active ingredients in circulation, which can have a later onset of action.
Remember: drink non-alcoholic and isotonic drinks (3 dl / hour) and take breaks in the fresh air from time to time to prevent overheating / dehydration.
Accept when the effect runs out, because "re-spiking" increases the toxicity (poisonousness) of MDMA.
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