If you do molly, buy a tester kit. I know I've said this on here a ridiculous amount of times but BUY A TESTER KIT.
"The festival-goers who died were identified as 20-year-old Olivia Rotondo and 23-year-old Jeffrey Russ"
That is way too young. The last few years bathsalts have become all the rage. People just want to make a quick buck and don't care, or don't know what they're selling you. At some of these electronic festivals, over 3/4s of the "Molly" going around is a completely different chemical and contains no traces of mdma. Honestly seems it could be close to 90% at some of them. One of the huge problems with this beyond the obvious, is that there are a lot of young kids going to these shows. They want to get a little fucked up and rage their favorite sets, have a good time with their friends. People just blindly assume that the person selling them molly, actually has mdma. Also, people seem to think because something got them fucked up/ gave them energy, that's it's mdma. Just because it's not baby powder doesn't mean it's mdma.
If more people had test kits it would make the music scene in general MUCH safer. The test kits generally go for about $20 bucks and you can get 50/100 tests out of a bottle depending on what kind you get.
Don't take a chance with your life. I'm not telling you to stay inside, skip the shows and never have any fun, I'm just asking you to be safe and be aware.
These tests kits are very easy to use, you don't have to have a college degree in chemistry to figure them out. It just takes a tiny spec of "molly" and 1 drop from the test kit. Seriously it takes a crumb, so don't worry about wasting all of it to the point where you'd rather just risk it. The reaction happens in seconds. Sometimes just pulling out a test kit will cause a seller with fake molly to leave. Some people don't even know that they've been selling fake things because they got it from a friend, who got it from a friend etc.
If you and your friends like to go shows, or just like to eat molly, look into buying one of these.
Be safe and have fun!
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