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Ecstasy is a name for tablets which (are supposed to) contain MDMA. Therefore our MDMA testing multipack is ideal for ecstasy pill testing.
You would have to check the regulations of your airline but if you do, it is best to put them in checked luggage and make sure that the lid is on tightly and they are individually bagged as they will damage your luggage if they leak (due to the reduced pressure in the hold). They can be safely transported individually bagged in hand luggage with your other liquids, again airline regulations permitting.
Reagents are reactive enough that they slowly react with their surroundings including oxygen, humidity, the dropper system in the bottle and even spontaneously with themselves in some cases. This is the reason that they have a shelf life of 1 year. During this time they will discolour slowly but they will still function as normal. Keeping the lid on securely limits the amount of oxygen and humidity that can get in, and refrigerating slows these reactions down.
The LSD-like part of 1P-LSD is prevented from reacting with the ehrlich reagent (which is used for LSD) and this causes the reaction to purple to be very slow. This makes it hard to conclusively test. We recommend ehrlich to check for other LSD-analogues being used instead of 1P-LSD and the froehde and marquis reagent to look for non-LSD-like psychedelics being added to the blotter.
LSD analogues have similar safety profiles but strong reactions with marquis or froehde are big warning alarms.
Note that microdosing solutions must be dried to a residue prior to testing.
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A single reagent may not detect all compounds, or may give the same colour for two different substances. Different reagents react differently, so increase the chance of detecting when something is amiss.
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It depends on temperature, light exposure and frequency of use (this impacts how much oxygen gets in and how much moisture gets in. The moisture that gets in is affected by the humidity when the bottle is opened) so there’s no one exact answer but the reagents will still last many months. If they are kept refrigerated and cared for well, they last 11-24 months. If they are kept out of the fridge then they last 6-18 months (depending on the reagent).
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We package our 2 mL portions of reagent into 5 mL bottles to ensure more consistent drop rate as the bottle empties. The 2mL of liquid in the bottle will still give between 30-40 tests, as advertised.
While wearing gloves and eye protection, start the cold tap running gently and then remove the lid of the reagent bottle and upturn it so that the contents drip into the flowing water. As soon as they are diluted, the risks are very low but it is not safe to drink or wash in the water.
It will produce a mixture of the colours – a lot like mixing two colours of paint. If you have a powder or crystalline substance with two different looking types of crystal, try to separate them and test them individually.
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We are not aware of any countries in which reagent tests are illegal. The reagents are used in laboratories for testing other common compounds so banning them would be impractical.