Ketamine can come in powder, crystal or liquid form, and can’t be identified by just looking at it. We recommend testing ketamine with four tests.
- The primary test for ketamine is the Morris test. It yields a lavender/purple color if ketamine is present. If you can only afford one test to identify ketamine, get this one.
- The Mandelin test is recommended as a secondary test for ketamine. Mandelin turns deep reddish orange with ketamine.
- The Froehde test is useful as a test for adulterants such as MXP, 4-MeO-PCP, 3-HO-PCE and others. Froehde does not change color with pure ketamine.
- Finally, the Liebermann test and can check for 2-MeO-ketamine (an analog of ketamine). Liebermann is also useful to rule out various adulterants.
We provide a ketamine test kit package with all four tests.
Ketamine Testing Video Demos