As a result of change in regulations we have replaced some liquid reagents with crystalline ones. “Crystals” may not be intuitive for everyone at first, so we are publishing the following guide and instructional video. Following the instructions is essential to fully benefit from dry colorimetric reagent tests. How to use crystalline reagents: Shake the […]
LSD gel tabs (also known as windowpane) are more tricky to test than other forms of LSD such as blotters, pills or crystals, because they contain more filler (carrier) substance, and because that substance itself can cause inclonclusive results. With gel tabs the typical LSD tests (Ehrlich reagent and Hofmann) are known to cause false negatives or […]
1P-LSD, one of novel lysergamides, is known to not react with the Ehrlich reagent within the expected time frame (minutes). Despite that, some users report that their samples do in fact turn Ehrlich reagent pink / purple.
In regard to the recent 1V-LSD release we are informing about the expected color change reactions for reagents Ehrlich, Hofmann and Marquis. Ehrlich and Hofmann’s reactions are similar like with LSD, but much slower and might only affect the sample, not the whole used reagent liquid. 1V-LSD reaction results: Ehrlich: Very slow purple (60 minutes) Hofmann: Very […]
Today we are excited to be introducing the new version of Ehrlich reagent – Ehrlich 2.0, also known as the improved hallucinogen test. It works just as good as the original, but is safer to work with (no fumes) and has incredible 2 years of avarage shelf life, an improvement from 6-12 months.
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Ehrlich Reagent Test Instructions Developed by German chemist Paul Ehrlich in the late 19th century, the Ehrlich reagent test is a widely used colorimetric test in forensic toxicology for the presumptive identification of various substances, including illicit drugs like LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide). Its primary function is to detect the presence of indoles, a class […]
GUIDEHow to test DMT? How to test DMT: if you intend to use a psychoactive substance first you need a test kit to check purity. Pure DMT can’t be identified by appearance. Check your sample with a single or multi-use DMT test kit. DMT tester Single use DMT tester available with free shipping. This test gives the least […]
How to test LSD: if you intend to use LSD (“acid”), first you need an LSD test kit to check it for adulterants. Pure LSD can be laid on any kind of blotter paper (or other surface) and can’t be identified by appearence. To test LSD use reagent tests Ehrlich, Hofmann, Marquis and Mecke in single-use or multiple-use test kits. To detect fentanyl or test for fentanyl analogs it’s recommended to use fentanyl test strips.
How to detect NBOMes: if you intend to use LSD (“acid”), first you need to check it using a test kit to rule out presence of dangerous adulterants such as NBOMes. Pure LSD can be laid on any kind of blotter paper (or other surface) and can’t be identified by appearance. To test for NBOMes use reagent tests Ehrlich, Hofmann, Marquis and Mecke in single-use or multiple-use test kits. To detect fentanyl or test for fentanyl analogs it’s recommended to use fentanyl test strips.