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As I was scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed I stumbled across this documentary called \”What\’s In My Baggie\”. I was hesitant to watch it because it was an hour long, but contrary to my belief the hour I spent watching it was completely worth it. The article indepthly explores the world of drugs and what is really in them.
\”We quickly discovered that most of the time people were surprised to find that their bag of drugs was not what they paid for.\”
Throughout the documentary you hear a lot about the drug MDMA, better known as ecstasy, and in its purest form molly. A majority of what individuals bought and thought was MDMA, was not, it was bath salts. It really makes you second guess what you\’re putting in your body, especially after you hear the stories about different individuals and their horrific experiences with the drug. I think it is extremely important to be aware of this and to take precautions. There are different testing kits available that are simple and only take a few seconds to use. The bunk police (despite the name they are not police) sell a kit that provides 50 tests for only $20. If you are willing to take a drug no matter where its from, you should test it because at the end of the day safety is more important than a few hours of \’fun\’.