This is what's actually in your ecstasy

A new breed of super-strong ecstasy has accompanied this peak in quality
Vice (UK)
Wednesday, April 1, 2015

The latest data on ecstasy – taken from pills seized by police in England and Wales between July and October of last year – reveals that the average pinger contains 108mg of MDMA, making them the strongest they've ever been in the UK. For context, "back in the day" – i.e. during the Second Summer of Love, as rave took off here in the late-80s and early-90s – most pills were around the 80mg mark. Which is close to what's seen by ecstasy researchers as the "acceptable" dose (70-75mg) for an average-sized adult during one drug-taking session. (See also: Why are pills so strong at the moment?)