Street Names For MDMA (Molly/Ecstasy)

Medically Reviewed by Johnelle Smith, M.D. on April 26, 2021

Molly, a street name for MDMA, is a dissociative drug that is used recreationally for its hallucinogenic effects. It may be referred to by a number of street names alone or in combination with other drugs.

Common Street Names For MDMA (Molly/Ecstasy)

Molly is a slang term for 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine, or MDMA. This drug comes by a number of street names.

Names for molly will differ depending on whether someone is referring to molly or a molly combination drug.

Molly can come in the form of:

  • colorful tablets
  • capsules
  • powder
  • liquid

Molly is an illicit drug that is used recreationally for its hallucinogenic effects. When taken, it can produce a sense of positive well-being, emotional warmth, and have stimulant effects.

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Popular Street Names For MDMA

Molly is commonly used at parties, clubs, music venues, or for other recreational purposes.

Street names for MDMA include:

  • ecstasy
  • molly
  • adam
  • XTC
  • vitamin E
  • e-bomb
  • sweets
  • smartees
  • lover’s speed
  • hug drug
  • peace
  • eve
  • beans
  • biscuit
  • disco biscuit
  • candy
  • skittles
  • rolls/rolling
  • running
  • love drug
  • essence
  • blue kisses
  • decadence
  • doctor
  • dancing shoes
  • scooby snacks
  • booty juice (dissolved in liquid)

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Street Names For Molly With Other Drugs

Molly is sometimes mixed with other drugs. Molly combination drugs may be referred to by certain street names or slang terms.

Street names for molly mixed with other drugs:

  • molly with PCP: domex
  • molly with mescaline: love trip
  • molly with meth: hugs and kisses, party and play (P&P)
  • molly with methadone: chocolate chip cookies

Cough syrups (DXM) may also be sometimes referred to as “Poor Man’s Ecstasy” without actually containing any ecstasy.

Find Help For Molly Abuse Today

Molly is not known to be addictive. However, it can be abused in order to self-medicate, enhance certain sensations, or to manage anxiety, depression, or trauma.

If you or someone you know is abusing molly, call our helpline today to find a substance abuse treatment program that’s right for you.

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Medically Reviewed by
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