What is Molly?

Molly is the slang term for the drug, MDMA (methylenedioxymethamphetamine). It’s also known as ecstasy. People mistakenly believe that molly isn’t very dangerous, because it’s supposedly pure MDMA. However, “pure” molly has been found to contain cocaine, PCP, amphetamines, and caffeine. Molly can be taken as a pill or it can be snorted in powder form. Side effects include feeling energetic, happy, and friendly. Long term molly abuse can lead to depression, agitation, restlessness, and insomnia, and chemical changes in the brain.

Molly Detox Services

There is minimal health risk associated with molly detox; however doctors and nurses will monitor all clients in the molly detox program. Doctors will be able to prescribe non-addictive medication for those who are experiencing withdrawal symptoms. Detox typically lasts 7 to 10 days, although it may last longer depending upon how frequently molly was abused. During the cleansing process, clients can explore our beautiful grounds or they can relax in their private or semi-private rooms. We allow cell phones, laptops, iPods, and other electronic devices in our center, which makes us unique from other detox centers. Clients with specific dietary concerns don’t need to worry about their meals at our detox center. We employ a personal chef who can customize each client’s meal plan. IV Vitamins and nutritional supplements are also available to all clients completing the detox program. We truly understand how difficult detox can be, which is why we offer 24/7 support for our clients. Our addiction counselors know what you are going through and they will do everything possible to make sure you are happy, healthy, and comfortable throughout your entire stay. We also offer holistic treatments for those who wish to try an alternative approach to treatment.

These treatments include:

  • Aromatherapy –Essential oils can help improve mood, cognitive functioning, and overall health. This is a great alternative medicine for those who are willing to give it a try.
  • Acupuncture – Traditional or laser-point needles for clients who want to try acupuncture. This traditional Chinese medicine will excite certain points on the body through the penetration of the skin.
  • Meditation – Calm your mind and let go of your stress with meditation! This treatment technique will naturally ease withdrawal symptoms. Learn to focus your mind with meditation.
  • Massage therapy –Promote your sense of overall well-being with a massage. Licensed massage therapists offer a variety of different massage techniques for all clients.
  • Yoga – Originally from ancient India, the practice of yoga helps people to find their inner peace. The chaos of drug and/or alcohol addiction leaves its mark on the psyche. Erase this mark with yoga.