Use this kit to test for the presence of Ketamine, PMA/PMMA and other substances.
Test Kit Includes:
- Testing fluid
- Color chart with instructions
- Multiple-use testing vial
- If you’re using this test to check for MDMA (Molly/Ecstasy), you should expect to see a the test liquid turn a dark blue/black color within just a few of seconds of contact with the sample. See the MDMA test demo video.
- It’s always better to test with multiple test liquids, such as the Marquis test, and the Mecke test. If you can afford it, we highly recommend the Essential Test Kit (3-In-1)
- The testing vial that comes with the kit helps prevent your skin from contacting the reagent while testing. Extra testing vials are also great for when you’re on the go. But, using a white ceramic plate can help you see the results more easily.
Ketamine Test Tips:
Methoxetamine (MXE) is too often passed off by dealers as ketamine. Ketamine turns orange with this (Mandelin) test. MXE yields a green color.
Ketamine Test – Video Demo
Test Kit instructions:
- Put a small sample into the testing vial. Your sample should be about this size: (●)
- Hold the testing vial above the open plastic jar, so that if a drop misses the vial, it will land in the jar.
- Place 1-2 drops of the testing liquid from the dropper bottle onto the sample. DO NOT let the sample touch the bottle nozzle, or the reagent will get contaminated!
- Watch the color change over 30-60 sec. Some reactions occur quickly (ketamine takes only a few seconds to start reacting). Other reactions can take a longer time.
- Compare the sample color with the color chart provided.
- Tightly close the dropper bottle. If you’re using more than one testing fluid, make sure you only open one bottle at a time. If you accidentally switch caps, the testing liquid will get contaminated and ruined.
- Thoroughly wash the testing vial after each use.
|Substance||Color Change||Time →|
|Ketamine||Deep reddish orange|
More Color Reactions:
While reagent testing is the best method for on-the-spot testing, it is never 100% conclusive. There are many variables that can impact what the reaction looks like. Lighting, impurities, and unwanted substances in your sample may all play a role.
No drug (whether legal or illegal) is completely safe, we recommend avoiding all recreational drug use.