good to see that ecstasy is back on the menu as a theraputic tool.
in another country, in another time, in the early days of this drug, i was fortunate to meet an early pioneer of the scene; a vegan dutch chemist, who was obsessive about the purity of his product. he would bang on and on and on.
from my experiences i can recommend the use of pure e. (not the commercial rubbish on the black market ; another strand in the argument to
move drugs from justice to health, eh?)
another argument i made at the time was that everyone (18yrs plus) should have it at least once.
once again i emphasise i am talking about pure e, not blackmarket e; i would warn people away from that for the reasons already cited.
and i can see how it could be valuable as a theraputic tool.
(excuse the imagery), but at the time i likened the experience to pulling a big scab off the top of my head; and letting the sunshine in. liberating is another word that comes to mind.
i can see, how in therapy, this could be, (and was before hysteria set in), a way to chainsaw through the bullshit most of us carry around.
this was what research and experiments with patients were clearly indicating before prohibition.
(remember when there was resistance to giving enough morphine to people who were dying in extreme pain, because wowser prohibitionists were sure they would have a good time?, or something?)
what miserable bastards they were/are. their arguments were as facile then as those of the prohibitionist industry now.
but i emphasise again, pure e, not the blackmarket rubbish that can be,and is, cut with meth and all sorts of other horrors.
i haven’t used e for about 20 years, partly because i feel these experiences may teach you/show you valuable insights; but further use is just going round and round in circles.
hope that all casts a bit of light on the subject.
here’s some more.