In contrast with traditional plant-based drugs, the illicit ecstasy industry is not bound to specific cultivation areas. The industry is a very dynamic and flexible enterprise, and will thus adapt quickly to law enforcement actions, changes in drug consumption fashions and the resulting market transformations.
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