The Simon’s reagent is the two-part test to positively identify any secondary amine and can help distinguish PMA vs PMMA, MDA vs MDMA, Amphetamine vs Methamphetamine and different, less predictable and less desirable, highly toxic dangerous drugs. Reagents can only be used to test the PRESENCE, not PURITY or QUANTITY of a specific substance. Adulterants usually do not react with a distinct color, try to detect them using multiple reagents.
Simon’s SIN Test kit comes with instructions for 100+ substances, as well as apps, tips, and tricks. Each bottle contains 4-10 ml, with each 1 drop accounting for 1 use, 80-200 total. Brown amber glass bottles protect reagents from light, plastic, and moisture to ensure a prolonged shelf life. Special high-quality HDPE dropper guarantees 0 spills, to pour a drop shake the bottle gently. Fast and discreet shipping in a small box with „B.K.” as the sender.
Are you looking for different reagents? You will find them HERE. INSTRUCTIONS:
To begin testing, scrap a grain of pill or powder and drop the reagent onto it. A positive result will show as a color changing reaction. No reaction is caused by lack of any secondary amine.
The reagents should be stored in a freezer, where they will last at least 24 months. Unfreeze/warm to room temperature before use. Keep the test away from the sun in a cool, dark place.
Most reagents are primarily concentrated acid with other potentially dangerous chemicals and are strong enough to burn skin and clothing. Keep out of eyes and mouth. Keep away from children. Always use in a well-ventilated area. Wear gloves (supplied) when handling the bottle and cap. Wear protective eyewear. Never point towards face etc. If you get some on you/clothing, then immediately wash with soap and water. Wash testing surfaces with soap and water as well. Dispose of any unwanted reagent down the sink with running water and Baking Soda (supplied), ventilate. Store all testing kits away from any heat in a cool, dark place between uses.
A positive or negative reaction for a substance does not indicate that it is safe. No substance is 100% safe.