If you are looking for a guide on how to test drugs fast and easy, look no further.
Try colorimetric spot test kits – commonly used forensic testing reagents.

Colorimetric tests are simple chemical reagents to use with a grain of a suspect substance.
By changing colors they determine what substance is present, but not quantity or purity.
Most popular reagents are: Marquis, Mecke, Mandelin, Liebermann, Froehde, Simon’s, Robadope, Scott, Ehrlich and Hofmann (Ehrlich-TS, modified).

These are the same tests as the police carry.
Always remain skeptical regarding test results, because colors are not always unique.
Any kind of unexpected reaction indicates that the sample does NOT contain what was assumed.

Always use reagents in a kit!
Using multiple reagents you increase the precision of analysis.
A test kit gives a chance of detecting an adulterant and seriously reduces the margin of error.

Remember, using psychoactive substances always carries a risk.
The most dangerous substance is an unknown substance.

Check the instructions how to test drugs!

See also following instructions on:

How to test LSD?
How to test MDMA?
How to test KETAMINE?
How to test COCAINE?
How to test MEPHEDRONE?
How to test MESCALINE?
How to test DMT & ALKALOIDS?
How to test AMPHETAMINE?
How to test HEROIN & OPIOIDS?
How to test an UNKNOWN substance or RC?

and instructions how to detect cuts:

How to detect AMPHETAMINE?
How to detect CATHINONES?
How to detect LEVAMISOLE?
How to detect LIDOCAINE?
How to detect PMA/PMMA?
How to detect FENTANYL?
How to detect NBOMe?
How to detect DOC?
How to detect MDA?


Apps for drug testing with reagent test kits at TestDrugs.infoApps available at https://TestDrugs.info.

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