Molly and Other Designer Drugs Require Treatment at Detox Centers
Dangerous designer drugs such as “bath” salts may be causing deaths attributed to the use of Molly, a purer form of the party drug ecstasy. Those addicted to these drugs should seek immediate professional help found at a detox center such as Harbor Village.
Miami, Florida (PRWEB) September 10, 2013
As reported by the NBC News (9/4) in their news story titled, Molly deaths may be caused by other drugs, an increasing number of college-age people are taking the designer drug known as Molly and ending up in hospitals. Experts say that many of the people who believe they're taking Molly are really consuming something more harmful such as bath salts.
Purer than the party drug ecstasy, Molly has caused an increased number of emergency room visits and deaths in many states. Recently, an outdoor music festival in New York City was canceled when two concert goers died and four became sick after reportedly taking Molly.
Experts say there’s no way to know for certain what many Molly users are actually taking. “That’s one of the most dangerous things about the situation now,” said Dr. Julie Holland, a psychiatrist and the editor of “Ecstasy: The Complete Guide.” “You have no idea what you’re getting.”
Molly users mistakenly think that the drug is purer and safer than ecstasy, which was sold in tablets, because it’s a powder. Holland called this belief “stupid.”
“When you go to a concert and buy this white powder, it’s really a crap shoot,” she said.
It is because these new designer drugs are untested and unknown, that they can pose unforeseen risks, which can cause injury up to and including death. Harbor Village, located in sunny South Florida, is equipped to help clients receive private drug rehab and recover in an upscale, 24/7 medically supervised, state-of-the art environment. Every client staying at Harbor Village is greeted by luxury accommodations including a beautifully furnished suite complete with satellite television, an acre of scenic outdoor lounge area, salon, spa and massage services, acupuncture treatment, nutritious, gourmet dining and a personalized program designed for each client's specific problem.
“These new street drugs are manufactured in unknown labs and then sold to someone who never knows what they are putting into their bodies. If you or someone you know gets involved with these street drugs, get immediate help before it's too late," said Robert Niznik, Harbor Village CEO.
For more information, visit: http://harborvillageflorida.com/
or call the 24/7 hotline 1-855-338-6900.
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