Why you should switch to Legal Ecstasy Alternatives ASAP

April 8th, 2010

Scientific researche indicate that Ecstasy causes serious injury to one’s brain, affecting neurons that use the chemical serotonin to communicate with other neurons. The serotonin system plays a direct role in regulating mood, aggression, sexual activity, sleep, and sensitivity to pain. Many of the side effects users face with Ecstasy use are similar to those found with the use of cocaine and amphetamines: Psychological Ecstasy side effects, including confusion, depression, sleep problems, drug craving, severe anxiety, and paranoia – during and sometimes weeks after taking Ecstasy. Physical Ecstasy side effects such as muscle tension, involuntary teeth clenching, nausea, blurred vision, rapid eye movement, faintness, and chills or sweating. Increases in heart rate and blood pressure, a special risk for people with circulatory or heart disease.
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Legal Ecstasy Alternatives : A New Approach to Entertainment

April 3rd, 2010

Today we can say that we have tested and tried all the best legal ecstasy alternatives on the internet that we could buy.  Do legal ecstasy alternatives work? YES. Legal Ecstasy Alternatives are unique combinations of herbs, which basically acts as a very effective, yet safe,  stimulants.  Please read more about ecstasy alternatives safety in the end of this article – you should ask your doctor and follow all directions supplied with your legal ecstasy alternatives.

The most usual component in legal Ecstasy Alternatives, is a Chinese herb called Ephedra sinica (or Ma Huang). This herb has been used for thousands of years by Chinese herbalists as a medicine and a stimulant. The juice of the berry was used to alleviate respiratory problems, and today we continue to find it in asthma medicines, bronchial dilators and decongestants. Ephedra also increases basal metabolic rates and increases caloric burning during exercise. Ephedra works by stimulating the sympathetic division of the nervous system, acting in a similar fashion to amphetamines.

Ma huang, also known as ephedra sinica, is the plant source of ephedra, and can be found in health food stores. Ephedra preparations (capsules, tinctures, extracts and combinations) sold for their stimulant and broncho-dilating effects can be found in health food stores and from smart drug vendors. Pseudoephedrine, a related pharmaceutical compound can be purchased over the counter at any pharmacy, but is not a replacement for ephedra because of its significantly different central nervous system effects.

Are legal Ecstasy Alternatives Safe?

When used correctly, legal Ecstasy Alternatives, are effective stimulants.  As with any drug though, it is always best to check with your doctor first.