Molly has become a common drug among today's youth. Molly is a drug made up of cocaine, crack, ecstasy, meth and bath salt. It slows the heart rate 10x the normal limit and reeks havoc on the immure system with just one pill.
After two pills, it starts to damage the brain. It becomes an addiction but soon becomes a cry for help. If the user consumes 5 or more pills their organs stop functioning normally. It increases the user’s chances for a stroke or heart attack. The person's lungs may stop working all together. The drug has been said to cause more damage than crack.
MDMA (Molly) acts by increasing the activity of three neurotransmitters, serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine. The emotional and pro-social effects of MDMA are likely caused directly or indirectly by the release of large amounts of serotonin, which influences mood (as well as other functions such as appetite and sleep). Serotonin also triggers the release of the hormones oxytocin and vasopressin, which play important roles in love, trust, sexual arousal, and other social experiences. This may account for the characteristic feelings of emotional closeness and empathy produced by the drug; studies in both rats and humans have shown that MDMA raises the levels of these hormones.