| MDMA |
|A widely used recreational drug with therapeutic potential and unclear addictive potential.|
MDMA is a drug used recreationally. It is used by millions of people annually.
The drug was first made in 1912 and patented in 1913. It was was intended as a diet pill, however Merck abandoned it. Later it was investigated by the CIA mind control research project MK Ultra.
It was popularised in USA after Alexander Shulgin took a liking to the drug and reported favourably about it. US psychotherapists in the late 1970s and early 1980s manufactured it and it was used for therapy and as a dance drug. Use escalated, centered on the city of Dallas, Texas. As it started to cut into the cocaine market, the DEA decided to make it illegal. In spite of opposition from therapists and users, the DEA made the drug illegal as of 1 July 1985. It remains illegal more or less globally to this day.
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