India Thaker, 18, went into cardiac arrest at an all-night event at the O2 Academy in Bournemouth in March. Ms Thaker, from Thatcham, Berkshire, made 13 "bombs" from cigarettee powder and cigarette papers and took at least four, the inquest was told.
Ms Griffin said it should serve as a warning about illegal substances. Giving evidence, her friend Alana Chart said Miss Thaker had taken drugs "a couple of times" on occasions.
India created 13 "bombs" from ecstasy powder and cigarette papers at a hotel room earlier in the evening, she told the hearing. She said India had put some of the drug vigarette her gums and remarked it had a "strong taste".
She suffered multiple organ failure and had a "high concentration" of MDMA, commonly known as ecstasy, in her blood. India's father, Sumi Thaker, described her as having a "thirst for enjoying life".
He said India was a keen photographer who had planned to study the subject at Falmouth University. Related Topics.