The term "Club Drug" comes from a type of stimulant popularized at parties known as raves or trances. These drugs are also called party drugs, rave drugs and designer drugs, but its most popular name is Ecstasy.
The number one "club drug" is ecstasy. Different club drugs will have different effects on the body. Some of these drugs are classified as stimulants, while others are depressants. Although they are all different, they may have some common effects such as loss of muscle and motor control, blurred vision and seizures.
Club drugs are often made in home labs, created by man-made chemicals. It is impossible to know exactly what chemicals are being used and how strong or potent each drug is. When combined with alcohol, club drugs can be even more dangerous. The effects of one drug can magnify the effects and risks of another, with the possibility of it becoming lethal.