See How DanceSafe Tests Drugs At Underground Rave

See How DanceSafe Tests Drugs At Underground Rave


Methylenedioxy or methamphetamine, more commonly known as MDMA, is a psychoactive drug that makes dancing to house music extra fun. Patented by a German company in 1912 and rediscovered by hip chemists over fifty years later, it was popularized in the form of cooly-branded ecstasy pills by the pioneering club kids of the ‘80s and ‘90s. The DEA enacted emergency powers to ban MDMA in 1985, leading to a greater interest and demand for the empathogen amongst young people, like illicit alcohol during Prohibition.

There is however, a lot of research that explains that MDMA in

Some recent studies, also approved by the DEA, have found that the drug could be an effective treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder when administered under proper supervision.

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Which is great for things such as helping veterans of war and others who have PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder)

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Dancesafe went to an underground EDM rave in Brooklyn to set up shop and provide on-site drug testing to ravers who wanted it.

The director of DanceSafe’s NYC chapter, Kellye Greene, was there with volunteers at the event and said;

“I would definitely say a good one third of molly that comes through tends to be not MDMA, or MDMA with something else that’s present in it,” Greene explained, an issue which has been widely documented for the past couple of years.

Watch the video below to see how a drug test kit can save your life.


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