According to Global Drug Survey 2015, the United Kingdom consumes more MDMA than any other nation when it is in the mood. Averagely, UK users take 0.42 ‘grams per session’ followed closely by Scotland and Ireland on 0.38 and 0.37 respectively. Utilization of ecstasy pills in the UK is also alarming after Australia being first known for its tenacious border controls.
The GDS states that illiteracy overdosage makes it unreliable since MDMA is always increasing in recognition as compared to its erratic accomplice ecstasy tablets: There has been an enormous rise in consumption rates and countries over the years. MDMA crystals are in excellent supply. At times, the pills contain an extra 200mg and frequently 300mg of MDMA. This is twice and thrice what many people assume is a moderate dose.
Some countries are going extremely overboard in the amount of MDMA consumed in a session when the mean amount should be 1/4gm. The UK is currently on the top of the list with an average dose of 0.42mg/session. Vice’s Dutch editor Thijs Roes interviewed a couple of the pill producers on what on what was following the manufacture of such dose pills. He responded by saying, “What they’re doing is a pissing contest. One told me it was a competition between manufacturers and race against themselves. The other described his 330mg pill as a flagship product, as a way to get known in the scene. They felt that users would know to dose them and that the amount of MDMA would eventually stabilize around 200mg”.
Thijs Roes’s request on manufacturers is to produce of 80-100mg and placing the dosage on them. For those concerned, they should consider putting dosages than logos. He addressed consumers to keep a huge groove in the middle when taking 200mg pills so that people may examine and determine they only need to take half or even a quarter. “Every time you get a new pill always take a quarter to start with and wait at least 60-90 minutes before dosing ‘start low go slow.'” Based on the annual survey statistics, vaporizing weed is currently more prevalent than smoking it.