ID Test Synthetic Cathinones

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  • The Basics

    Know what you are taking with the ID Test for Synthetic Cathinones. The ID test for synthetic cathinones is a safe, fast and accurate way to check you aren't ingesting harmful cathinones.

    This test should be your first stop for testing. If it tests positive for cathinones, you should destroy the sample and do not take it. If there is a negative result, you can test for Ecstasy.

    NOTE: modern reagent tests are a buffered gel solution to make them safe to ship. The instructions mention liquid, but what should be in there is a gel solution.

  • Directions

    • Hold each end and snap the ampoule in two. One end will have a white plastic covering, this is the top part. Put the top part aside. When you read the instructions, it makes reference to a catalyst in the top cap. This part is no longer included as the chemicals have been improved. 
    • Break off a sample of the substance you are testing - about the size of a grain of rice - and using the glass rod, insert it into the bottom half of the ampoule. For a liquid substance, use the plastic pipette.  
    • Take the white plastic top end of the ampoule, and flip it around to slot into the bottom half of the ampoule and create a cap. 
    • Shake the ampoule gently, and hold away from the face. There is a small chance the chemical reaction inside the ampoule could cause the cap to come off due to pressure building inside. 
    • After one minute, check the colour of the sample inside the ampoule against the colour chart in the instructions. 

    A yellowish color indicates the presence of mephedrone, butylone, pentedrone or buphedrone.

    A khaki color indicates the presence of MDPV.

    A reddish color indicates the presence of 3-MMC or 4-MEC.

    An orange/brownish color indicates the presence of methylone (also named M1 or bk-MDMA).

  • Precautions


    When the ampoule changes colour, this means the sample contains some of the substance/s you are testing for. This does not mean the sample is riskless, as there could be other substances in the sample which the test is not detecting. 

    When the ampoule does not change colour, it means the sample does not contain any of the substance/s you are testing for.

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