How Long Does Molly Stay in Your System?

Molly, a commonly used street name for the psychoactive drug 3, 4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), is known for its use in the pressed pill Ecstasy. It is also referred to as "Legal X", "Legal E" or "A2". Molly is the name given to pure MDMA, which is an extremely dangerous drug but is widely available at the rave parties. It's available around the world and is now taken by people of all ages.

How Long Does Molly Stay in Your System?

If you have consumed molly and now want to pass a drug test, you may already be searching for answer to "How long does molly stay in your system?" There is no exact answer because it usually depends on how much you have consumed. It is obvious that it will leave your body faster if you've only taken one dose. It will take longer though if you've taken a higher dose or you've been having ecstasy on a regular basis.

You also need to bear in mind that there are drug tests that check your blood, saliva, hair and urine to trace molly in your system. The results of these tests may be different because they only come positive if there's a certain amount of drug present in your system. Please note that molly is more likely to go out of your blood faster than it does from saliva, urine or hair. Read the chart below to know more:

Test

Single Dose Result

Multiple Dose Result

Blood

Can be detected up to 12 hours

Can be detected in about 24 hours

Urine

Can be detected in1-3 days

Can be detected in 2-5 days

Saliva

Can be detected in 1-3 days

Can be detected in 1-5 days

Hair

Can be detected up to 3 months

Can be detected in about 3 months

Side Effects of Taking Molly

Now that you know the answer to your question, "How long does molly stay in your system?" it is important to understand a bit about the side effects of using this drug. Molly acts as a psychedelic and a stimulant, so it can cause several side effects.

  • The short-term side effects include confusion, sleep problems, depression, impaired judgment, severe anxiety, drug cravings, muscle tension, blurred vision, false sense of affection, chills, nausea and paranoia.
  • You may experience some long-term effects as well, and the list includes psychosis, hemorrhaging, kidney failure, depression, degenerated nerve branches, convulsions, cardiovascular collapse and death. It also causes damage to portions of your brain that regulate functions such as sleep, learning and emotion.

Other Precautions of Taking Molly

It is better to avoid MDMA to avoid its side effects. It is psychologically addictive, which means you will keep increasing its dose if you use it regularly. Your body builds up a tolerance to molly, so you don't get high the next time you use the same doze. If you're taking it, you need to take certain precautions. For instance:

  • You should avoid drinking alcohol on MDMA because this makes you seriously dehydrated, which will raise your body temperature to a dangerous level.
  • You should never take MDMA if you're on antidepressants because the combination can be fatal.

Watch the video to know the development of molly and the dangers of taking molly

 
 
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