It's both a stimulant and a hallucinogen.
Ecstasy is a Stimulant drug
Empathogen with stimulant properties and a hallucinogen.
The classification of ecstasy is a stimulant.
Ecstasy (MDMA) can act as a stimulant, hallucinogen, and entactogen. Also common impurities in ecstasy pills like amphetamines definitely are stimulates.
stimulant & psychedelic
Ecstasy (MDMA) is a psychoactive amphetamine, falling under the class of entactogens.
is is both, but more towards depressant.
no its a stimulant. ONLY PAINKILLERS ARE DEPRESSANTS!!
Yes. MDMA is both a stimulant and a mild hallucinogen.
Since ecstasy is illegal it may have everything in it, but theoretically ecstasy is a term, wich refers to either MDMA or MDMA + other stimulant drug (example amphetamine) none of which are opiates.
a stimulant, like coffee, ecstasy, and cocaine
Codeine is an opiate, and ecstasy is a phenethylamine (more commonly known as a "psychedelic amphetamine"), a stimulant. They work on entirely different receptors in your brain so no worries!
Stimulant containing hallucinogenic properties. ---- Ecstacy, or methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), is an amphetamine derivative. It is taken frequently in the "rave" scene and has profound euphoric effects, despite its stimulant derivation.
MDMA (ecstasy) is not easily classified in the stimulant/hallucinogen/depressant scheme. Primarily, it is a stimulant, though it possesses slight hallucinogenic properties. However, because of its unique effects (causing empathy, openness, etc.) it is properly classified as an entactogen/empathogen.
It depends on which antibiotic and your medical condition... Some antibiotics have cardiac toxicity (might cause heart diseases) and this condition might be exacerbated by the use of cardiac stimulant (incl. ecstasy)
Caffeine is a stimulant drug, which speeds up the synaptic connections in your brain, increasing reaction times. Nicotine, and Ecstasy do similar things, but are much more dangerous, and (in the case of ecstasy) illegal in most countries.
Ecstasy is classified as both a stimulant and a hallucinogen. However, it does not produce severe sensory distortions as other stronger hallucinogens and is taken recreationally for the "energy boost" effect, reduced self-awareness and euphoria.
Because it is commonly combined with stimulants such as caffeine and meth. Not all however are stimulants. People refer to some ecstasy as being "smacky" as in heroine or codeine was used (depressants) instead of the more common stimulants.
Ecstasy is an amphetamine derivative that is both a stimulant and a mild hallucinogenExploring Psychology by David Myers
Ecstacy is an amphetamine, so it has stimulant properties and will likely disrupt sleep. However, I am unsure of any potential interactions if you take ambien while you are under the influence of ecstasy. I would not advise this. If you had taken the ambien the previous night, you will almost certainly be fine taking the ecstasy the next day. Ecstacy is an amphetamine, so it has stimulant properties and will likely disrupt sleep. However, I am unsure of any potential interactions if you take ambien while you are under the influence of ecstasy. I would not advise this. If you had taken the ambien the previous night, you will almost certainly be fine taking the ecstasy the next day.
Marijuana and ecstasy is not a bad idea because, ecstasy is a stimulant. So, getting OVER stimulated is not a good thing. The marijuana is a downer so, it will keep your heart at a normal rate.Ecstasy is like acid and cocaine mixed. You trip and stay awake. Good Luck! Be safe and have fun. DON'T MIX ANY OTHER DRUG WITH ECSTASY THOUGH!!!! ONLY MARIJUANA!!!
It is a derivative of the amphetamine family and a relative of the stimulant methamphetamine. Taken in pill form, it has a chemical relationship to the psychedelic drug mescaline.
Ecstasy is MDMA (although many people say it's a mixture of MDMA+a stimulant like amphetamine, cocaine ect.) The word itself means excessive joy or happiness, which is believed to be describtion of the state you are in after taking the drug.