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DISCLAIMER/Harm Reduction: MDMA is a controlled substance, which is illegal in most jurisdictions. This site and its contents are for informational purposes only and are focused on the potential future of legal, licensed, clinical therapy, and in no way is intended to recommend or direct towards current use or obtaining illicit substances. Please read our full disclaimer.

It is important to understand that using any MDMA, ecstasy or molly products from the street will not result in successful PTSD treatment because the MDMA therapy producing promising results in clinical trials is used along with specific, carefully crafted psychotherapy in a safe, controlled environment. Furthermore, MDMA products purchased illicitly do not specify the precise amounts of MDMA, and often are adulterated with other, possibly harmful substances, making it impossible to dose properly for PTSD treatment or any kind of therapeutic purpose.

Taking too much MDMA or exercising while taking MDMA may lead to heart attacks, strokes, seizures and arrhythmias and can damage muscles and kidneys.

At this current time, until medical-use is legalized, anyone interested in mdma-assisted therapy should focus solely on educating themselves through credible publications and scientific journals, and may inquire about potential legal clinical trials

Always consult with a licensed physician before beginning any therapy protocol, and be sure to know your jurisdiction's laws and regulations concerning such protocols.

Some of the Conditions that May Be Treated with MDMA

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Useful information

What is MDMA? Is it the same as Molly or Ecstasy?
  • The meaning of the acronym MDMA is 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine. It is a synthetic drug that alters mood and perception. Chemically, it is similar to stimulants and hallucinogens, and is a member of the phenethylamine family of chemicals.
  • MDMA is commonly called Ecstasy or Molly, however both commonly contain other substances besides MDMA, which in some cases may be harmful. Pure, pharmaceutical grade MDMA, used in therapy does not contain adulterants.
About MDMA for PTSD Treatment
  • Based on analyzing the results of psychotherapy conducted with MDMA, researchers concluded the drug was successful in treating PTSD in a majority of study participants. Their findings were published in the medical journal The Lancet Psychiatry.
  • The study included 26 participants, including combat veterans, firefighters, and police officers with chronic PTSD. The combination of MDMA and psychotherapy was so effective in fact, that following treatment, roughly two-thirds of participants no longer met the clinical criteria for a PTSD diagnosis.
Benefits of MDMA for Anxiety
  • While more research is needed to draw conclusive results, MDMA is known to suppress activity in the amygdala, a part of the brain responsible for fear and anxiety.
  • The drug is described as producing empathetic and pro-social feelings, which help to lessen anxiety induced by interacting with other people, offering promise as to potential uses in treating social anxieties.
Uses in Treating Depression
  • Previous clinical trials have also looked at the positive effects MDMA can have on individuals with depression and anxiety due to life-threatening illnesses, such as terminal cancer.
  • MDMA’s ability to instill feelings of calmness and increased trust may be helpful in a therapeutic setting for individuals coping with depression and various common comorbidities of PTSD.