Question: How long does molly stay in your system? How can I get rid of molly from my blood, urine, and saliva to pass a drug test? Is Molly Detox safe?
If you’ve ever been to a nightclub or a party, you probably used a drug called MOLLY. This drug helps boost your nerves with an increase in your energy and strength.
In fact, it changes your mood and perception that you only get to enjoy the moment. Medically, Molly is called 3, 4 – Methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (MDMA), and you can expect hallucination, distortion of your senses after taking the pill or powdered drug.
The most commonly available type of this drug is the powdered form, though the drug can be distributed on tablets or even liquid form. When combined with other hard drugs like marijuana, it may increase the risk of life-threatening complications.
How does Molly Work?
Within your brain, there are different chemicals that help for normal function and transmission of impulses. These chemicals ensure normal brain function. They are serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine.
Serotonin regulates your mood, anxiety, sexual functions, and even your appetite. After ingestion of molly (either powdered or tablet), it increases serotonin levels affecting your conscious state.
Dopamine and norepinephrine levels in your body are also affected by Molly ingestion. Dopamine boosts your energy to new levels while norepinephrine increases your heart rate, pulse rate, and blood pressure. In fact, if you have heart disease (diagnosed or yet to be diagnosed by a doctor), taking molly could put you at risk.
What Symptoms can I expect after taking Molly?
If you’ve ingested molly, one thing is sure, you won’t be your normal self for a short time, and symptoms may last for days or weeks. Usually, you can expect symptoms to show up within the first 30 – 60 minutes after ingestion, and most times, you get “full blown” effects by 3 – 6 hours.
Here are some symptoms you can expect
- Cold and Chills
- Heightened emotions
- Increased Energy than normal
- Happiness and Euphoria
- Mood improvement
- Increased urge for sexual intercourse
- Feeling like throwing up
- Cramps in your legs and muscles
- Blurred vision
How long does molly stay in your system?
It’s difficult to tell when exactly your body will completely get rid of Molly. This is because it all depends on if you’ve taken the pure molly or if you took multiple doses of the drug.
The truth is, what’s been sold these days may not contain molly (but other chemicals); But if you are sure its molly, then you can expect your body to completely eliminate it in a few days time.
First of all, if you’ve taken a single dose of molly, you can expect clearance within hours to months depending on the sample used for the test.
For blood samples, single molly dose can last up to 12 hours. For urine samples (after single doses), it may last up to 3 days. For saliva, it takes about 1 – 3 days for Molly to be detected.
On the other hand, after multiple doses, you can expect Molly to last longer in your body. After multiple doses, Molly stays in the blood for up to 24 hours. For urine and saliva samples, Molly can be detected up to 5 days after ingestion.
In addition, while it may take a few days for your urine, blood, and saliva to be clear of molly, it will take a longer time for your hair follicles to completely clear out molly. In fact, in your hair follicles, it takes about 3 months for Molly not to be detected.
Therefore, it all depends on the number or volume of Molly you’ve ingested. If you’ve taken a single dose, it won’t be detected in a few days while multiple doses mean you have to wait longer to clear completely.
What side effects can I expect after taking Molly?
Lets be frank, Molly is dangerous for your health. Within the first hours of consumption, you will already have symptoms. These symptoms may go on for a week, and sometime you may get unexpected symptoms too. Some complications of molly are
- Anxiety problems
- Decreased appetite
- Attention issues
- Sleep difficulties
- Depression and sometime you may become more aggressive
- Heat stroke
- Fainting attack
- Loss of consciousness
Other concerns associated with molly?
1. It may not be molly (it could be something more dangerous)
While ecstasy (yes, another name for Molly) can be used with your friends to enjoy the moment, its possible (Like most research says) that the drug you are taking does not contain “pure molly” or contains something else.
Remeber that the drug component of molly is 3, 4 – Methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (MDMA), and when taken you start feeling euphoric with increased activity/energy.
According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, only about 13 percent of drugs sold as molly contain any form of “the real molly”. This means you are probably taking in some other drug combination which gives you that same effect but are extremely dangerous to your health
2. Abnormal dosage of molly can cause death
Pure molly (that is safe) will cause completely changes to your nervous system. This effect is made possible by only very small amounts of the drug. Any changes in the amount of molly can be dangerous for you.
In simple terms, the dosage of molly is in micrograms, meaning, there is room for error. If this happens, and you receive abnormally higher than normal dose, it could result in death.
How to get Molly out of our system fast to pass a drug test?
Most of the time, you want to quickly feel okay after taking molly. At other times, you quickly want to get rid of molly to pass a drug test. Its important you know this is possible, however, the success rate varies from individual.
One simple way to get Molly out of your system is through drinking water. This is simple logic; When you take in a lot of water, it helps detox your body and remove bad chemicals. So, when your bladder fills up, you urinate to remove Molly from your system.
Another way you will quickly remove your body’s molly is through mild exercise. This makes sense because when you sweat, your body pushes out molly too. This means less body molly and increased clearance.