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Molly Drug Test


Molly can be detected in drug tests that specifically include it as part of the panel of drugs being tested. Health Street offers various drug testing options via hair or urine specimens, which are available for both employers and individuals. Urine drug testing is most common, which looks back on drug use up to one week. Hair drug testing looks further back at approximately 90 days. Just choose the location for the Molly drug test and complete the registration. From there, a barcode will be sent to you or the person you specify, and should be presented at the facility upon arrival for the Molly drug test. Test results are reported quickly, accurately, and stored securely in our online portal.

About Molly

What Is Molly?

Molly is a stimulant that is commonly abused amongst clubgoers due to its psychoactive and hallucinogenic properties, which can immerse the person consuming it in a euphoric high. Although this drug is used to make ecstasy and therefore closely associated with it, Molly is exclusively made from MDMA and not laced with other drugs. Molly has been widely embraced by pop culture in songs such as “Mercy” by Kanye, “Diamonds” by Rihanna, and “We Can’t Stop” by Miley Cyrus. The fixation on this drug in parts of the entertainment industry has made it well known, and illegal use has become popular with young people between the ages of 16 and 24 years old.

Popular Molly Street Names:

Molly is a shortened name for “molecular,” which earned its name due to its reputedly pure form of MDMA. Since Molly is so closely associated with ecstasy, many of the popular street names for the two drugs overlap. Some other street names for Molly might include Hug Drug, Biscuit, Lover’s Speed, and Peace.

Intended Use and Effects:

Since MDMA consists of only MDMA, it is classified as a Schedule I drug. This means that there is no legal use and is not considered safe for medical use. MDMA is considered to have a high risk for abuse.

Side Effects of Molly

Molly releases a wave of neurotransmitters that create feelings of euphoria or energy. However, there is always the potential for side effects, some of which can be fatal. Some side effects include:

Changes in sleep
Changes in vision
Increased anxiety
Grinding teeth or clenching jaw

Other substances with Molly, such as Molly with alcohol or heroin, can intensify the side effects. Although also possible by itself, combining Molly and alcohol or other drugs increases the risk for dehydration, seizures, heart complications, and extreme changes in body temperature that may cause liver and kidney damage.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to Test Molly—What Is the Best Testing Method?

MDMA testing is most common via urine specimen, but it depends on how far back the results are needed. Urine testing covers a shorter period of time, so an MDMA test should be performed via hair specimen if the test should look back further for drug use.

How Long Does Molly Stay In Your Urine?

How long MDMA is in your system is dependent on several factors. MDMA in hair can be detected for a much longer period of time, but MDMA in urine can only be identified up to one week. Some factors for whether or not drug use is detected may include:

Frequency of use
Amount used
User’s metabolism
User’s age
Does Molly Show Up On a Drug Test?

Yes, Molly can be detected in a drug test. However, the type of test may be a factor in whether or not it will show up. Urine drug testing is more common since it is a fast, effective, and less expensive option, but it does look back on a shorter period of time (up to one week). If you need to identify drug use further back than one week, Health Street’s hair drug testing option can identify usage approximately 90 days back.

Why Drug Test for Molly?

MDMA or Molly is a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act, which means that there is not an approved medical use for it in the United States. As a psychoactive stimulant, Molly can create dangerous work, home, or club environments, and can result in the death of the individual who uses it. Molly drug testing is the first step to ensuring a safe environment at work or home, and may help open the door to recovery for the person who is using it.

Molly Drug Test Options

Health Street offers the following Molly drug tests by urine or hair. These drug testing options can be ordered by both individuals and employers. Whether you’re an employer seeking to maintain a drug-free workplace or an individual looking to drug test yourself or a family member, we have an MDMA drug testing solution for you.

Molly Urine Tests:
Molly Hair Tests:


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