Molly was discovered by a German pharmaceutical company in 1912. It was going to be named ¨Methylsafrylaminc¨and was supposed to serve as a parent compound to manufacture medication that controlled bleeding.
Molly/MDMA is a synthetic chemical made in labs it acts as both a stimulant and hallucinogen, producing an energizing effect, distortions in time and perception, and enhanced enjoyment of tactile experiences.
The Use of Molly
People who take molly normally just take it as a capsule or tablet. But some people swallow it in a liquid or snort the powder. Molly is a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act, which means it has a very high potential for abuse. Doctors or hospitals are not allowed to use MDMA for medical use in treatment in the United States. It lacks safety for use under medical supervision.