Each 2mL bottle from our bottled reagent range provides approximately 35 tests and is fantastic value for users who will be testing multiple substances or for those who simply wish to have extra tests on hand. The Complete MDMA Test Kit includes three reagents: Marquis, Froehde and Mecke, providing a comprehensive analysis of your Ecstasy. This test is used to identify MDMA and a wide range of adulterants found within Ecstasy including:
- Aspirin, Paracetamol, Ibuprofen
The main benefit of using a complete test kit is that it allows you to your cross-check results with other reagents providing you with far more accurate results when compared to a single reagent test. If you truly want to understand exactly what is in your product then it is highly recommended that your purchase a complete test kit.
The Ecstasy market is heavily polluted with fake pills and capsules that claim to be pure MDMA. Adulterants contained within counterfeit product can have serious side-effects such as nausea, anxiety, insomnia, and in the worst case, death. Therefore it is imperative that you test your product before consuming it in order to reduce harm.
Simply take three small samples of your product and apply one drop of each reagent to an individual sample. For each sample, observe the colour change for 30-60 seconds and compare the results with the chart provided.
- 2mL Provides 30-40 Tests
- 12 Month Shelf Life
- Tests for a Variety of Adulterants in Ecstasy
- Very Accurate Results
- 2mL Marquis Reagent
- 2mL Froehde Reagent
- 2mL Mecke Reagent
- Instructions & Results Manual
While these tests provide a large range of results for common adulterants, not all adulterants can be identified by these reagents due to various manufacturing processes and new adulterants entering the market. These test kits should be used at your own discretion and for the purpose of harm minimisation. We are in no way affiliated with what the end user does with this product. We do not condone or encourage the use of illicit drugs - it is safest to not take drugs.