The tesla pill is a type of ecstasy drug that's been making headlines lately. It's a potent form of MDMA that is emblazoned with the logo of Tesla, an American electric car manufacturer and clean energy company founded by Elon Musk.
Tesla pills are orange, shaped like a shield with the Tesla logo on them and contain 3,4 methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (MDMA/ecstasy). They are often sold at music festivals or raves.
These drugs are extremely dangerous and can cause death when taken incorrectly. This is because they are much more potent than the pills most people use to achieve a high.
This is because the ecstasy in these pills can be up to twice as strong as other types of ecstasy. It also has the potential to cause severe, permanent damage to the brain and body when taken in large doses over a long period of time.
It is important to know that tesla pills can be mixed with other substances such as ephedrine from diet pills, heroin, cocaine, and PCP. Using ecstasy with other drugs can increase the risks of overdose and make it harder to detoxify from the drug.
In the UK, there are several reports of a dangerous batch of blue tesla pills in circulation at nightclubs. One nightclub in Bristol, Motion, posted on Twitter that it was "aware of some extra strength pills" that were circulating and called on clubbers to be cautious.