MDMA PILLS 250MG
What are high-strength MDMA pills?
A common dose of MDMA is around 80-120 milligrams, depending on factors like someone’s weight. High-dose pills usually contain up to three doses in a single pill. Doses over 150 milligrams are considered high, because this the upper limit used in human studies within clinical settings.
What are the risks of high-dose MDMA pills?
While a common dose of MDMA already poses some risks, a high-dose greatly increases the chance of serious harm or overdose. Often people don’t realise they have a high-dose pill and they end up taking multiple pills at a time.
There’s always a chance the amount of MDMA can vary from pill to pill, even within the same batch. The time from taking it, to feeling the effects, can also vary significantly from person to person. Re-dosing should always be avoided.
Taking too much MDMA can result in a very unpleasant experience, health risks, and sometimes even death. If you or someone you know has taken one of these pills and experiences dizziness and vomiting, a sharp rise in body temperature, muscle cramping, heart palpitations, seizures, or unconsciousness, call 111 immediately. When you are safe, please tell us about your experience.
It’s common for substances that are meant to be MDMA to actually be another drug, or mixed with different substances like synthetic cathinones, known as ‘bath salts’. These other drugs may be different in strength, have different effects, and may take longer to have an effect which could lead to re-dosing and an increased chance of overdose.
Often cathinones are active in low doses which means it’s easy to take too much and overdose. For example, a common dose of cathinone MDPV is 20mg, which is a fifth of a standard MDMA dose. This can have fatal consequences.
If you or someone you know experience concerning or unexpected effects after taking something you thought was MDMA, please tell us about it. This will help keep others safe.