The Blue dolphin pill with a dolphin logo is an ecstasy that contains the illegal synthetic substance 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (MDMA). It is an empathogen, which implies that it promotes sentiments of empathy and compassion for others. It also functions as a stimulant because it speeds up the functioning of the central nervous system and, at large dosages, can alter someone’s perspective of reality, giving it psychedelic properties.
At parties and nightclubs, blue dolphin pill is often used as a mood enhancer. Blue dolphin pill, in excessive quantities, can cause seizures and vomiting, as well as contribute to death.
Blue dolphin pill is also known as the “love drug,” “E,” “eckies,” “pingers,” and “caps.” Blue dolphin pill is typically taken as a tablet, although it is also available in powder form.
Blue dolphin pill effects are usually felt 20 minutes to an hour after taking it and persist for 3-4 hours. The comedown (or return to normalcy when the drug leaves the body) can last anywhere from one to two days to a week.
How to use Blue dolphin pill
MDMA was first developed in Germany. Today, Blue dolphin pill is typically manufactured in illicit facilities, so the user has no idea whether the dose will be powerful or weak, or even if it will contain any MDMA at all.
It is likely that Blue dolphin pills contain little or no MDMA. Other compounds (such as amphetamines, PMA, PMMA, or ketamine) or ‘fillers’ (such as household items) may be present, causing unexpected or serious adverse effects.
How Blue dolphin pill works
When we are stressed or threatened, our central nervous system prepares us for physical action, and our bodies respond accordingly. Adrenaline and other stress hormones may be released as a result of this. Heart rate and blood pressure may rise, shifting blood flow into the muscles and away from the intestines.
Blue dolphin pill works as a nervous system stimulant by prompting the brain to activate this ‘fight or flight’ response, and the user feels rejuvenated by a burst of energy.
Risks of Blue dolphin pill
Fake Blue Dolphin is especially harmful since it is mixed with other substances such as alcohol, cocaine, amphetamines, ice, and some prescription prescriptions (such as antidepressants).
How Blue dolphin pill affects the body
The effects of Blue Dolphin pills can vary from person to person and depend on several factors, such as the dose, individual characteristics, and drug interactions. Generally, the effects start within about 20 minutes and can last for 3-4 hours. Some common effects may include feeling euphoric, energetic, and confident, along with physical changes like accelerated heart rate, sweating, and dilated pupils. However, there are also potential negative effects such as nausea, jaw clenching, and dehydration.
Taking large or strong doses of Blue Dolphin pills may lead to changes in perception, irrational behavior, anxiety, and vomiting. Coming down from the high can be an unpleasant experience, characterized by sleep problems, fatigue, and anxiety.
Overdosing on Blue Dolphin pills can be dangerous and may cause seizures, sharp rises in body temperature and blood pressure, and heart palpitations. It can also lead to serious harm or even death, including cardiac arrest, stroke, kidney failure, overheating, and dehydration.
Long-term effects of taking Blue Dolphin pills are not well understood, but some studies suggest potential risks such as brain cell damage, liver damage, memory and concentration problems, depression, and increased vulnerability to infections and other drug dependencies.
Blue dolphin pill dependence, tolerance and withdrawal
Blue dolphin pill is not recognized to be an addictive substance. Many users report that it is difficult to stop using the substance, which may indicate that psychological dependence is possible.
Blue dolphin pill, like many other medicines, can cause tolerance. This implies they must take ever greater doses to achieve the same effect. However, this tends to amplify the severity of undesirable side effects.