• Related Crime Drug Drugs Ecstasy
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    In recent years, the rising use of addictive drugs has become one of the biggest social problems menacing certain countries. The illicit use of a variety of drugs appears to be increasing. Generally, a drug can be a substance, other than those required for the maintenance of normal health, which by its chemical nature alters the structure or function of a living organism. In this essay, drugs are more appropriate defined as psychoactive drugs such as ecstasy and cannabis, which lead to the influ...
  • Ecstasy And Raves Recreational Drug
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    "Ecstasy and Raves: The Exploited Underworld" I waited in line for nearly an hour and a half. I finally reached the entrance and I was asked to raise my arms, while I was patted down and my pockets, socks and cigarettes were checked. I felt like I was about to meet the President, with the intense security. As I finally entered the club, the suspense began to rise. This was my first time at a rave party. I looked around and saw people dressed in colorful, bright clothing, holding glow sticks and ...
  • The Serotonin Syndrome Long Term
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    Even the most clueless among us know about "ecstasy" today; thanks to news and the media who have labeled it a "thrill pill" and "love drug," and proclaimed it America's newest "drug problem." Although many therapists are praising it, researchers are also knocking it. All together, they have found that ecstasy, a drug similar to MDMA, has short and long term effects on the brain that vary from person to person. Ecstasy is a street term for a range of drugs that are similar in structure to Methyl...
  • Case Study John Doe
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    Case Study Part IN ame: John Doe Age: 18 Level of Education: College Freshman Interests/Hobbies: Football and girls Background: John Doe is an American Citizen. He comes from a rich, white family. John Doe does not have many friends except for the selected few, who are friends with him only because of his family's financial status. His Family is very religious and well known in their town, for their strong belief in God and the church. Part II Case: John Doe was interview by Bianca Gilchrist to ...
  • Mdma Drug Ecstasy Effects
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    During the 1960's and the 1970's, it was known as the "love drug." The following decade, many witnessed the popularization of the "happy drug." This drug is chemically known as MDMA, or methylenedioximetamphetamine. To many of the younger generation, it is dubbed as "Ecstasy" or "XTC." MDMA is a powerful stimulant and mood changer that accelerates your body system and modifies your perception of the world. It is not a drug created from nature, but from laboratories and garages. It can produce st...
  • Ecstasy Damages The Brain And Impairs Memory
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    "Ecstasy" Damages the Brain and Impairs Memory in Humans In an article that was found at NIDA NOTES on the Internet, titled "Ecstasy " Damages the Brain and Impairs Memory in Humans, discusses the horrible effect that this popular drug has on the human body. In a supported study conducted by NIDA, it had shown the direct evidence the use of MDMA, which is also known as ecstasy has on causing brain damage. Using brain-imaging techniques the study had found that MDMA harms neurons that release ser...
  • Pulsing Through Music Ecstasy Mdma Drug
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    Ecstasy is a very popular designer drug. It is said to give complete euphoria for up to 6 hours. It came around in the 80's and is becoming more popular now. It's real name is MDMA (3, 4-Methylenedioxy-N-Methyl amphetamine). It is a dangerous high and is more popular with young people. In the following paragraphs are some information about the drug. Ecstasy is sold on the streets and is illegal as a schedule 1 drug, along with heroin and cocaine. It has many street names like beans, X, E, rolls...
  • New Age Feelings And Emotions Inside Ecstasy Is A Drug
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    A New Age experience is an experience in which one is able to appreciate that not everything in their lives is perfect. Many practices and rituals such as rolling, massage therapy, palm reading, meditation, yoga, and much more are considered New Age experiences. I have decided to write about the drug ecstasy for my paper. I believe that doing ecstasy or "rolling" is a new age experience because it provides a look into one's inner self. It allows one to escape from everyday life for a few hours, ...
  • The Banning Of E For Ecstasy By Nicholas Saunders
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    The Banning of 'E for Ecstasy' by Nicholas Saunders The book entitled E for Ecstasy, by Nicholas Saunders, is a book of history, information, and stories about the illegal drug ecstasy. The author presents a vast amount of information about many aspects of the drug such as the history of the invention of the drug, information about how the drug effects people in different ways, positive reasons to use the drug, side effects and negative reasons to use the drug, and an overview of how the drug ha...
  • Bernini Colored Marble
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    Chica, Nathalie Art History 11, sect. 109 March 5, 1998 Bernini+s The Ecstasy of St. Teresa This is not a physical, but a spiritual pain, though the body has some share in it even a considerable share. So gentle is this wooing which takes place between God and the soul that if anyone thinks I am lying, I pray God in His Goodness, to grant him some experience of it. St. Teresa, Life If only doubters view Bernini+s The Ecstasy of St. Teresa (1645-52), the Saint+s wish will have been granted. Bern...
  • Recreational Drug Rave Ecstasy Young
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    Rave as a Post- Modern Phenomena is continuing to increase is size. Every year more teenagers discover the potential of this way to have fun. They suddenly feel part of something, which they enjoy. However, the rave phenomena primarily depended of taking the drugs. Unfortunately, like any other culture, or cult hippies is self-stupefying. This means that the ignorance of the Ravers maintains as the existence of Raves. Those who become part of such drug taking culture, the problem often intensif...
  • Generation Ecstasy Music Reynolds Book
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    For my book report I read Generation Ecstasy. There was so much information in the book about the rave scene and 'ecstasy', I didn't know where to begin. It's been ten years since the English seized on Detroit techno, Chicago house, and New York garage as the seeds of what's generally agreed-over there, at least-to be the most significant music since punk, and they " re celebrating with a slew of historical studies. Simon Reynolds attempts to bridge the gap with 'Generation Ecstasy,' an exhausti...
  • Drugs Drug Ecstasy Ghb
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    Club Drugs An increasing problem in today's society is the use of club drugs, these drugs include Ecstasy, Rohypnol, GHB, and Ketamine just to name a few. Most of these drugs can be found at Raves or over night parties. The reasons people are brought into using these drugs may include, the relatively low cost, increased stamina, and the intoxicating highs that seem to deepen the trance experience. Medical Science has examined evidence and leads them to believe ecstasy changes critical parts of t...
  • Ecstasy Abuse Source Of Article
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    Article 1 C) Source of Article: Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Title of Article: Navy Medicine Steps Up to Help Prevent Ecstasy Abuse Date: 1/17/2002 Author: Bryan Badu raA) Talks about how the military is not protected by ecstasy abuse. They may have a zero tolerance mentality about it but that still does not stop people from accessing it. The Navy found a medicine that makes hiding of having the trace of ecstasy on a person harder to hide. They found a better way to detect ecstasy with a certa...
  • I Hate Ravers Rave Ecstasy Drug
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    Drop The GlowsticksThe dictionary defines 'rave' as: to utter in madness or frenzy; to say wildly; to rave nonsense, which makes you wonder why raves were ever called raves to begin with. Raves consist of about 300-6, 000 kids aged 14 to about 25. The setting, a big empty warehouse, lights, a fog machine and multiple Disc Jockeys (DJ). Every single rave has 1 type of music: techno with a lot of bass. It's electronically created with a very fast-pace beat. Techno music has its origins in gay danc...
  • Ecstasy Nervous System
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    Ecstasy, or 3, 4, was first synthesized and patented in 1914, by the German drug company Merck. The original purpose of the drug was to be an appetite suppressant, however in 1970 it was given to clinical depressed patients to open them up and talk about their feelings. Then in 1986, Ecstasy was determined to cause brain damage (web). Ecstasy is used at the party and rave scene for its effects on the emotional state of the user. The drug lowers the user's inhibitions; it relaxes them. The drug ...
  • Ecstasy Drug Time People
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    1 September 2000 The Lure of Ecstasy According to the Time Magazine article ecstasy is a serious drug in America. Karen a high school student from Texas experiments with the drug before school. In Grand Rapids, Michigan takes the drug so her and husband can talk about there problems. So what is this drug ecstasy and where did it come from Well according to Time it is actually MDMA. The patient was issued in 1914 to the E. Merch Company. The chemists though they could develop the drug into a the...
  • History Of X Mdma
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    The History of X MDMA, also known as Ecstasy, beans, rolls, or just plain X. This drug has a long history, which began almost 90 years ago. In 1912 Merck, a German pharmaceutical company, first synthesized MDMA (Erowid). MDMA was then patented in 1913 or maybe 1914 (patent #274. 350) by the same German company supposedly to be sold as a diet pill (The Invention). The patent has no mention of any intended uses of the drug. There are other urban legends associated with Ecstasy, such as in 1953 th...
  • Xtc Vs Soma Brave New World
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    A Brave New World is Aldous Huxleys prediction for six hundred years in the future. In this surreal land everyone belongs to everyone else, and in theory everyone is happy. When any character is unhappy or feeling upset about something they are encouraged to take a drug called Soma. This drug can be compared to modern-day drugs such as Prozac, and the controlled substance methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), better knows as Ecstasy. Soma is a wonder pill from Aldous Huxley's Brave New World tha...
  • Raves And Drugs Generally
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    Generally people associate raves (Underground Techno parties) with designer drugs like Ecstasy (MDMA), Speed (amphetamine) and other acids like LSD. These drugs are called the Techno Drugs for that reason and most of the time have uplifting and sensatory effects. To understand more clearly the relationship between the raves and these drugs, we first have to understand the philosophy behind the Techno era, and a little about the music. "Techno, can lift the spirit and become a new world of freedo...