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Hmm.. K is worse.. I know from experience.. it's not the X that's made me dumb, it's definitely the K..

I QUIT!! :mad: :mad: :mad:

Now I must try to re-strengthen the synapses in my brain and ATTEMPT to gain back my capacity..:blown:

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from nih.gov

MDMA (Ecstasy)

MDMA is a synthetic, psychoactive drug with both stimulant (amphetamine-like) and hallucinogenic (LSD-like) properties. Street names for MDMA include Ecstasy, Adam, XTC, hug, beans, and love drug. Its chemical structure (3-4 methylenedioxymethamphetamine, "MDMA") is similar to methamphetamine, methylenedioxyamphetamine (MDA), and mescaline - these are synthetic drugs known to cause brain damage. MDMA usually is taken in pill form, but some users snort it, inject it, or use it in suppository form.

Many problems MDMA users encounter are similar to those found with the use of amphetamines and cocaine. Psychological difficulties can include confusion, depression, sleep problems, severe anxiety, and paranoia. Physical problems can include muscle tension, involuntary teeth clenching, nausea, blurred vision, faintness, and chills or sweating. Use of the drug has also been associated with increases in heart rate and blood pressure, which are special risks for people with circulatory or heart disease. Recent research also links MDMA use to long-term damage to those parts of the brain critical to thought, memory, and pleasure.

MDMA use is increasing in most metropolitan areas of the United States.* In Boston and New York City, it appears to be spreading beyond the club scene to the streets. Content of the MDMA pills also varies widely, and may include caffeine, dextromethorphan, heroin, and mescaline. In some areas of the country, the MDMA-like substance paramethoxyamphetamine (PMA) has been involved in the deaths of people who mistakenly thought they were taking true MDMA. The deaths were due to complications from hyperthermia.

In a 5-year retrospective of emergency room mentions of club drugs,** the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reports that emergency room mentions involving MDMA increased from 250 in 1994 to 2,850 in 1999.

Ketamine

Ketamine is an anesthetic that has been approved for both human and animal use in medical settings since 1970; about 90 percent of the ketamine legally sold is intended for veterinary use. It can be injected or snorted. Ketamine is also known as "Special K" or "vitamin K".

Certain doses of ketamine can cause dream-like states and hallucinations, and it has become common in club and rave scenes and has been used as a date rape drug.

At high doses, ketamine can cause delirium, amnesia, impaired motor function, high blood pressure, depression, and potentially fatal respiratory problems.

Emergency room mentions of ketamine rose from 19 in 1994 to 396 in 1999.** Recent use has been reported more frequently among white youth in many cities, including Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Newark, New York City, Phoenix, San Diego, Texas, and Washington, DC.*

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E is probably worse for your brain and body...

K doesn't seem to be nearly so bad for you, except for the fact that you don't have full control over your motor functions and/or if you fall into a hole there's no telling what someone else could do to you...

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They are both Bad, but between the 2 there is no doubt E is worse than K. E Physically is much worse on your body. It dehydrates you and causes loss of appetite and all the other things we all know about. K does none of that. Your body is fine afterward and there is no physical sign that you sniffed some bumps. How it effects your brain on the other hand i think K is almost just as bad as E.

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