How long does Molly stay in your system?


Molly is a form of a drug that are consumed by people for recreational purposes. If anyone has had Molly recently, they would be wondering as to how long the effects of Molly are bound to last especially; if there is a drug test knocking at the door. It is worth mentioning that Molly is a common name for the group of drugs called methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA). During the recent times, Molly has also been found as a combination of several other psychoactive compounds called the methylone, pentedrone, MDPV, 4 – MEC, 4 – MMC & MePP. However, it is difficult to estimate the exact duration of time for which Molly is present in the human system. The existence of Molly is around the world and mainly consumed by people belonging to all age – groups.


How long does Molly stay in your system?

The form of pure MDMA in other words, Molly is traceable in the urine for a period of 1 – 3 days. However, for heavier users, the duration could be between 3 – 5 days. It becomes that much easier if the persons who had Molly knows the exact amount that they had. It is always advisable to allow for a considerable amount of detox period after having Molly.

It is important to keep in mind that your hair, saliva, urine and blood are tested for the traces of Molly. However, there is a general feeling that Molly goes out of the system faster through blood than anything else. The approximate duration could be summarized as follows –

Medium Multi-Dose Single Dose
Hair 3 months 3 months
Urine 2 – 5 days 1 – 3 days
Saliva 1 – 5 days 1 – 3 days
Blood 24 hours 12 hours


Molly side effects

Like any other psychoactive drugs or compounds, Molly also has considerable side effects when consumed.  People should be familiar with the associated side effects before consuming Molly to avoid harsh results later. Being a stimulant, Molly has wide ranges of side effects. These may include the following –

  • Problems related to sleep
  • Blurred vision
  • Paranoia
  • Nausea
  • Severe form of anxiety
  • Muscle tension
  • Drug cravings

There could be another form of side effects as well. These side effects could prove to be long lasting and could be in the form of –

  • Psychosis
  • Kidney failure
  • Hemorrhaging
  • Nerve branches may become deformed
  • Cardiovascular collapse
  • Convulsions
  • Depression

It has to be kept in mind that heavier dosage of Molly may result in death as well. Therefore, it is advisable not to take Molly in higher amounts.

Other Cautions to be taken care off

There are several other considerations to be made before starting to consume Molly. First and foremost, you should indulge in a habit of having Molly thereby; not worrying about the associated side effects. Once people develop a habit of having Molly on a regular basis, it is very difficult to stop as the chemical compounds are psychoactive and hence addictive. However, in spite of all the warnings and several awareness messages being spread, some people have a strong addiction towards substances like Molly. These people should be careful about the following while having Molly –

  • People on antidepressants should not have Molly as the combination might have catastrophic effects.
  • Consumption of alcoholic beverages with Molly might cause the high fever that could be fatal.


  1. My husband thought Molly could be help in the sexual way but after taking it he began to freak out about people were outside trying to kill him.also he thought the wires in the house including the lights were rigged to electrocute he’s in the hospital and blames the occurrences on me.think about it the next time you want to take it and how the psychosis may stay with you.the perimedic said they get more calls from the drug Molly or MDMA than they do any other drug.after all you have no idea what’s in this shit all the dealer’s want is your money they don’t care if you die.thats why they can buy all the great cars and houses by keeping you down to buy more.

    • You are absolutely right. You never know what is in the drug, and even if it is pure, it is very, very easy to take too much. Plus, it dehydrates your body, which can lead to cardiac failure if you are in any type of warm environment are already dehydrated. It’s rather upsetting that your husband blamed you–after all, he was the one who took the drugs and hallucinated. Hopefully, he continues to get better. I am so sorry to hear that you guys had to go through this, Stella.