World’s most popular Ecstasy Pills – Ranked by Name and Color

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In a recent study done by an organization called Addiction Now, the worlds most popular ecstasy pills are ranked. Within the study, the group analyzed over 8,000 crowdsourced reports that were submitted to websites like and

When using either of the above websites I listed above, users share their experiences on certain types of MDMA that is either consumed or tested. With most reports being accurate and very detailed, it helps consumers dictate healthy and toxic substances. The study has turned out to be a very informative one. It clearly lays out the most popular varieties of ecstasy and where they were reported across the globe.

As you can see from the chart listed above, the Blue Dolphin Ecstasy pill was the most commonly reported pill across multiple platforms reaching 58. Coming in a close second place was the White Mercedes with 52. Third place would drop all the way down to 20 reports was the Green Apple pill. On this very list, the Superman, Transformer, Rolex and Cartier were reported to be potentially fatal. Agree with it or not, their just laying out the data.

As far as within the United States, the Blue Transformer took first place with a 76% domestic report share. Coming in second place was the Blue Superman with 52% and the Green Apple at third. Reports show that these substances were mainly used in Los Angeles, San Fransisco and other major cities in the midwest.

Unlike most of the other popular MDMA pills on this list, the Blue Dolphin has a long history in the United States. The pill first appeared in Seattle in 2002, it would quickly rise to the top in California, Washington, Idaho, Texas, Georgina, and Indiana.

The Blue Dolphin would later appear in major metropolitan areas in the South. Memphis, Austin, Miami, and Atlanta were all Dolphin cities. Festival goers have been known to associate with this specific pill.

Last October in Australia, there were 11 teen-related overdoses involving the Blue Superman pill. The ecstasy pills shaped with the Superman logo may not even contain MDMA. All 11 victims luckily survived in Australia, unfortunately 4 passed away in England due to the Blue Superman.

The famous Green Apple ecstasy pill first appeared in 2004 in Detroit and was last seen back in 2012 in Ohio. During 2014, federal authorities reported two separate deaths due to overdoses on this very Green Apple ecstasy pill.

When consuming new substances it’s always a smart idea to get a testing kit. These websites are very informative and might just save your life. Party safe ravers!