What Does Ecstasy Look Like?

Ecstasy or MDMA is a party drug that produces energizing and psychedelic effects. It’s easy to hide in plain sight, too, considering how it can look like candy or some ordinary over-the-counter medication.

Last Edited:

01/04/2022

Clinically Reviewed:

10/07/2021

Medical Reviewer:

Dr. Tasnova Malek

Ecstasy (aka MDMA) is a so-called party drug that has both stimulant and psychedelic effects. It’s a lab-made substance that users take to achieve an altered state of consciousness, euphoria, energy, reduced inhibitions, and enhanced tactile sensations.

Since it’s illegal any amount is considered illicit, but users risk elevated heart rate and blood pressure, teeth clenching, blurred vision, tremors, and severe dehydration. There’s also a danger of mixing it with other substances.

Because of the risks a person might wish to know, what does ecstasy look like.

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