E is for Ecstasy
This is Ecstasy:
This profound love, this sudden mind rush that has you absolutely floored. You “open” your eyes and look around, surrounded by friends you love, who love you back, you feel your heart open to the most infinite, deepest love you could possibly imagine. The kind of love you feel when your mom is sick and you are taking care of her x100. It is so pure and unhindered by your own personal problems. Your barriers go with it. You can say things shamelessly that you would have previously blushed to even privately think about. And previously what might have been met with scorn is met with another’s infinite love.
The happiest and most free you’ve ever felt times 100.
a warm feeling all over. Touch is so innately sensitive that just the smallest touch feels absolutely amazing.
I tell everyone I love them and I mean it with every fiber of my being at that point in time. E is the human race without the primal, darwinian, negative emotions that bog us down. E is indescribable,E is to be experienced, E is unreal. The feeling of E is utopia.
Ecstasy is currently being tested for use with PTSD and other emotional traumas. Before it was illegal it was used in marriage counseling. What makes you feel so loving and comfortable with everyone is the hormone oxytocin.
If you’re feeling crappy after taking E, it’s most likely from the immense stress ecstasy puts on your body and adrenals. It’s not brain damage, it’s your body.
“hey man what’s Ecstasy”
The drug was first synthesized in 1912 by a German pharmaceutical company, but it was not until the 1970s that it became popular as a recreational drug. Ecstasy is a psychoactive drug that produces feelings of euphoria, empathy, and increased energy. It is often used at raves and other dance parties.
Ecstasy was originally developed as a potential treatment for depression and anxiety. However, it was not found to be effective for these conditions. In the 1970s, ecstasy began to be used recreationally by some members of the counterculture movement. The drug was seen as a way to enhance self-awareness and to promote social bonding.
Ecstasy use became more widespread in the 1980s. The drug was often associated with the rave scene, which emerged in the United Kingdom. Raves are all-night dance parties that feature electronic music. Ecstasy is often used at raves to enhance the experience of the music and to promote feelings of euphoria.
Ecstasy use has declined in recent years. This is due to a number of factors, including the increasing availability of other drugs, the negative publicity surrounding ecstasy, and the risk of serious health problems associated with the drug.
Here are some additional details about the history of ecstasy:
Ecstasy was first synthesized in 1912 by a German pharmaceutical company.
Ecstasy was originally developed as a potential treatment for depression and anxiety.
Ecstasy began to be used recreationally in the 1970s.
Ecstasy use became more widespread in the 1980s.
Ecstasy use has declined in recent years.
Ecstasy is a Schedule I drug in the United States, which means that it is illegal to possess or use without a prescription. Ecstasy is a dangerous drug and can cause serious health problems, including death. If you are considering using ecstasy, please be aware of the risks.
A feeling so intense,
It’s hard to comprehend,
A rush of pure bliss,
That fills your entire being.
Your heart starts to race,
Your palms start to sweat,
Your mind starts to race,
And you can’t help but smile.
The world seems to disappear,
And all that’s left is you,
And the feeling of pure ecstasy.
It’s a feeling that’s hard to describe,
But it’s one that you’ll never forget,
A feeling of pure bliss,
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