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does ecstasy go bad?


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i have some bangin brown stars
or so my friends tell me
im waiting a while to roll to keep my tolereance from rising
can i save these, my frends say they go bad after a while

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I'm sure after an extremely long time they will eventually "go bad." It;s very stable and should last for a ridiculous amount of time. If stored properly they will be fine.

Edit: This site has a lot of good info (some iffy stuff), but in general has a bunch of answers. http://www.ecstasy.o...anda/index.html

Edited by newbgrow, 24 November 2009 - 01:28 AM.


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alexander shulgin estimated the shelf life of MDMA at about 5,000 years give or take a century
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It wouldn't go bad in your life time so your good. And the brown stars are some good pills, so be prepared for a good time :hello:

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It wouldn't go bad in your life time so your good. And the brown stars are some good pills, so be prepared for a good time :hello:

ino that why im saving them incase there not around




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