Ecstasy The MDMA Story by Bruce Eisner
Ecstasy (MDMA) is the first of a new generation of mind-changing substances that is reported to transform personal relationships and boost self-esteem. Its effects have been described as opening people up to their intuition and feelings, leading to an expanded sense of self-awareness and empathy for others. After a decade of use by psychotherapists, MDMA surged into public awareness and has been used by millions, promoting Newsweek to call it the "drug of choice of...the New Age movement".
Ecstasy: The MDMA Story chronicles MDMA, including the flip-flops in its legal status, psychological effects, erotic implications, methods of use, possible future, health risks, chemical structure and a detailed description of its chemical sythesis by leading pharmacologist Dr. Alexander T Shulgin.
This expanded second edition includes updates on the opening of government sanctioned MDMA research in the USA, the latest information on health risks, and the "rave" scene in England and the USA.