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MDMA safety by DanceSafe

We are big fan of DanceSafe ♥ DanceSafe is a organization that promotes health, education and safety within the rave and festival community.  DanceSafe is also one of the leading groups promoting “harm reduction” policies in the rave and festival community. “Harm Reduction” is a public health philosophy that encourages policy choices at raves and fests that reduce the risks associated with the use of MDMA.
On their web site they provide information on harm reduction, in fact they will set up a stand and provide unbiased drug information, patrons with condoms, water, ear plugs, sunscreen... They also provide a safe space for people to cool down and have healthy conversations about the drug use and their health. These are their rules on MDMA safety:  - test your drugs - hydrate yourself  - drink water and electrolytes - take breaks and cool down - Communicate with someone around you if you start to feel overwhelmed or are having a difficult experience
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Documentary "How Drugs Work" by BBC

This is a documentary by BBC that gives you a story about the way Ecstasy works. 
The goal is not to scare you, but it provides an understandable scientific explanation of the dangers MDMA uses in itself. 
If you want to take Ecstasy, you must be careful and know your health condition.
What makes one person high, for another person can be "goodbye"! 

"Series "How Drugs Work" by BBC, using visual effects and CGI to examine the effects of drugs on the human body, as well as confronting the myths and controversies that surround them"

In Germany, 5000 ecstasy tablets seized with Donald Trump

Orange and pink ecstasy tablets formed as the head of US President Donald Trump circulate in Europe.

At the beginning of the summer, the tablets arrived from Amsterdam and were sold in orange and pink variants. Last weekend police in Osnabruck in northern Germany seized 5000 tablets ecstasy by the 51-year-old driver from Austria who was in his car with his 17-year-old son. The value of the tablets is estimated at 39 thousand Euros. 

Experts warn that the tablets have high concentrations of MDMA. 

The police recently issued a public warning for IKEA tablets, due to which several people were hospitalized last month, and an 18-year-old teenager died. IKEA comes in a blue and yellow variant, and the police confirmed that they were much stronger than they expected.


The US government could approve MDMA for treatment purposes by 2021

A major new study could make MDMA a government-approved drug by 2021, two decades since the untimely death of activist Nicholas Saunders.Saunders was a prominent member of the UK’s counterculture scene from the 1970s until a fatal car crash in South Africa in 1998. In the final years of his life, he dedicated himself to providing people with accurate data on drugs, particularly MDMA.

One of the main goals for his life was to make the information available to everyone. He was one of the first to tell the public details of drug testing from festivals and clubs through the website. And you must have heard of his book "E is for Ecstasy", where he dealt with anecdotal evidence on MDMA, which was one of the most integral resources of that time.
Two decades after his death, MDMA is a divisive subject in the UK, but its legitimacy as a therapeutic drug in the U.S. is just a couple of years away, thanks to the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), w…