Doctor claims “MDMA is not dangerous”!

An Australian doctor, General Practitioner David Charles Thomas, has chimed in on the subject saying that it “really is not very dangerous”, but he dropped some advice with the statement to coincide with it that basically stated that it is not for everybody and that it should be used on an individual basis, as Rave Jungle reports.

The GP told the Australian Radio Network, on a podcast called Triggered, by Deborah Clay, “if it was in its pure form, and you’re a healthy person, it is probably not dangerous.”

He went on to state that “MDMA works to heighten excitement on users but it also limits their ability to regulate their temperature. It can make them feel like they have a lot more energy, but it also decouples their temperature regulation and their perception to the extent of any warning signs.”


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