Ecstasy- History, effects (positive & negative), public opinions

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What do you think when you hear the word ecstasy? Some people think of the emotion that is referred to in literature and sometimes in casual conversation. Others think about the rave drug that causes them to feel a wide range of emotions Originally, according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, ecstasy denoted a trancelike condition marked by loss of rationality and a state of overwhelming emotion. Now it has come to mean intense delight. Strangely enough, …

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…too harsh, the law has not changed. There are many things to think about when taking ecstasy. Users must decide, when doing ecstasy, if the positive effects outweigh the negative ones. Even though the emotion and the drug have the same name, it is clear that there are a lot of other feelings associated with ecstasy. As with many things, Ecstasy has many various aspects to it and people should be well informed of them.