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Ketamine Test Kit for Ecstasy (MDMA), Ketamine, PMA

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Description

EZ Test for Ketamine (formerly known as EZ Test Mandelin) is a test that reacts to Ketamine. Besides this, it will show different colors for, Ecstasy (MDMA), (meth)amphetamines, 2-AminoIndane (a research chemical), Ritalin and PMA / PMMA.

This is the only test for PMA / PMMA on the market!

Adulterants in drugs can have serious side-effects such as nausea, anxiety , insomnia and in the worst case even death. EZ Test is a quick and easy to use test kit that can tell whether a pill or powder contains Ketamine, MDMA , amphetamine, PMA, PMMA or other psychoactive substances. It is an effective means of adulterants and other potentially harmful substances which are often found in street drugs .

The reagent itself has a golden yellow color. Detailed instructions and a color chart to compare your results with are included in the box.

Within seconds you will have a pretty good idea of what you’re dealing with!

 

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