Dutch Health Institute Warns For Deadly ‘ADE Pill’
The Dutch health institute Trimbos has just issued a warning statement against a highly dangerous ‘ADE pill’ that is currently in circulation. It is supposed to contain twice as much MDMA as “regular” XTC pills.
Trimbos says that the pill is in circulation throughout the Netherlands and that there are different types of the ADE pill. That is why the institute has just signalled a ‘red-alert’, as taking a pill with these levels of MDMA “could be lethal“.
So far there are no known victims of the ADE pill.
Update: The square, light yellow, ADE pill comes in several variants, with MDMA content as high as 250mg. Trimbos warns that the use of such high-dose ecstasy increases the risk of overdose, overheating, acute psychotic symptoms, arrhythmias and liver failure.