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Adulterants in drugs can have serious side-effects such as nausea, anxiety, insomnia and in the worst case even death. This test reveals, within minutes, whether a substance contains Ketamine, MDMA, (Meth)Amphetamine, 4-FA, 2-AI, Methylphenidate/Ritalin and PMA/PMMA.
EZ-Tests are quick and simple test kits that can tell you whether a pill or powder contains MDMA, amphetamine, or other psychoactive substances. It's an effective tool in identifying adulterants and other potentially dangerous substances often found in street drugs.
- One step (single use) tests
- Super user-friendly
- Results within seconds
- Highly reliable and consistent
- Accurate and sensitive
- Safe and easy to use
- No dangerous liquid reagents
- 3-year shelf life
EZ Test for Ketamine - usage
1. Open the ampoule with the test reagent
2. Insert sample
3. Let ingredient mix
4. Observe colour reaction and discard
The reagent itself has a golden yellow colour. An information sheet, colour charts and extensive instructions for use are included. Download the EZ-Test user manual.
Only a small piece of your pill or powder is necessary to perform the test.
Available per single test vial or pack of 5 tests.
The EZ test can only give an indication of the substance in a sample. Therefore, a 100% guarantee cannot be given nor assured. If you still have doubts about the ingredients of your pill, have your pill tested by an official agency. No right or claims can be derived from using the EZ test.
Always read the instructions, don't use force to open the ampoule.
Getting the granules down to the bottom is a right pain. There is very little liquid inside so the granules stick even to the top which is discarded. When I tried to break off the top part as instructed, on one occasion I crushed it between my fingers, into a dozen tiny shards of glass. The opening of the ampoule is then so tiny that it's nearly impossible to get anything in.
On another EZ test for MDMA purity (which I can't find on the site anymore), when I broke off the top part of the ampule, it apparently was under high pressure (even though it was stored as advised and had not expired) and the liquid exploded over my hand. The instructions read 'AVOID SKIN CONTACT AND BREATHING FUMES'. There was barely enough remaining liquid to complete the test but it did appear to be working.
In my opinion these ampoules are not easy to work with and a lot of hassle for single use items. It would imo be MUCH easier to be able to drop the reagent liquid on your substance.
This is the only reagent test from the 3 I bought which is actually decent.
Not looking at the price, I can say that there is enough reagent liquid inside for good results.
Having used and home-made the mandelin reagent afterwards, I can attest that it is far more reliable than the marquis reagent.
Why ? Because colors 'graduate' by substance instead of flipping out completely.