There is a new concern, especially in the UK, regarding MDMA and Ecstasy.
It looks like it gone stronger. It is claimed Newcastle City Council has come across with many of the people attending said to be suffering severe comedowns due to taking MDMA that’s “the strongest available in two decades.” Claire Dean, a spokeswoman for drug counselling service Lifeline, said: “For the first time we are having people coming to us with problems relating to MDMA; we have never seen that before.”
Apparently, there is a new wave of “super-parties” — complete with club DJs and private security — where revellers take the strongest MDMA available in Britain since the 1990s rave scene.
Organisers at many of the country’s leading universities are using social media to promote the events, which involve hundreds of partygoers cramming into student houses that were not built to take the weight of so many people. The exits can be blocked with sofas and mattresses to provide rudimentary soundproofing.
Back in time to 90s rave
Via: The Times