Ecstasy, a type of synthetic drug, generally referred to as MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine), MDA (4,5-methylenedioxyamphetamine), AM (amphetamine), and MAM (A Amyl amphetamine) is the main active ingredient.
Ecstasy has excitatory and hallucinogenic effects, can induce pleasure, increase self-confidence, and increase explosiveness. It has a strong mental dependence and is difficult to quit after being addicted. The relapse rate is still above 95% in half a year.
The composition of Ecstasy is more complex, including various components such as methamphetamine and Ketamin. Therefore, it cannot be considered as a normative drug name, nor is it a generic name for a drug.