MDMA


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AcronymDefinition
MDMA3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (Ecstasy)
MDMAMidwest Direct Marketing Association
MDMAMuseum Domain Management Association
MDMAMovimento Di Massa Antiproibizionista
MDMAMeter Data Management Agent (electric utilities)
MDMAMulti-Disciplinary Monitoring Agency (India)
MDMAMedical Devices Manufacturers Association
MDMAMultithreaded Daemon for Multimedia Access
MDMAMany Delinquent Modern Anarchists (computer virus)
MDMAMinnesota Donkey and Mule Association
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In recent years, legal highs - chemical compounds created to mimic the effects of illegal substances such as MDMA - have become popular among users.
The woman said she had felt "dizzy", "weird" and "confused" after taking "five or six" lines of MDMA, which she said Sharif gave her for free.
Also like MDMA, it can cause a fatal rise in body temperature.
Steven Laidlaw, 35, of Oriel Road, Tranmere, charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine, amphetamine and MDMA.
Of the 529 total samples collected, 318 actually contained MDMA or the closely related drug MDA.
We know that MDMA works really well in helping people who have suffered trauma and it helps to build empathy," Ben Sessa, a clinical psychiatrist on the trial and senior research fellow at Imperial College London, told the Guardian.
The total MDMA exposure was positively correlated and MDMA-free period was negatively correlated with the SPS score.
2 tonnes of crystal MDMA (ecstasy) which has an estimated street value of $145 million.
Saj Razvi, executive director of Trauma Dynamics, says, "It should be clarified that MDMA is not a magical pill that solves all problems.
Both victims took MDMA (methylenedioxymethamphetamine) and other combinations and they also took alcohol, Aranas told reporters.