Get this LSD test kit package if you can afford something more than the basic LSD test kit. Proper screening is a multi-step process, which is why we recommend this package to identify LSD. It includes two carefully chosen tests (called Ehrlich and Hofmann), which significantly decreases the chances of getting a false positive.
|LSD Test Kit (Ehrlich Test): This is the main test kit for LSD. It detects the presence compounds called indoles, which helps you avoid harmful “NBOMEe” often compounds missold as LSD.
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|DMT Test Kit (Hofmann Test): This test produces distinct results with LSD. It’s also a good test for DMT.
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- 1 x Bottle of Ehrlich
- 1 x Bottle of Hofmann
- Color chart with instructions for each test
- 2 x Multiple-use testing vial
- Protective storage/transport jar
LSD Test Kit Package Video Demo (LSD & 1P-LSD)
Using the LSD Test Kit Package to Test for LSD
Step 1) Start with the Ehrlich test. If your sample doesn’t yield a purple color over time (20 minutes or more) with this test, what you have is not LSD. No further testing is required. If your sample does turn purple, proceed to step two.
Step 2) Next, test your sample with the Hofmann test. If the color reaction between your sample and the testing liquid doesn’t darken over time (usually a navy blue), what you have is not LSD. Note that for this test, the reaction time will be slower than the Ehrlich test. It can take over an hour to see a color change.
Geltabs (small squares of gelatin containing LSD) can be tested by placing a drop or two of the test liquid on a very small amount of the geltab. Over time, a purple reaction color will appear if LSD is present. Larger gelatin samples (such as jello squares) can’t be tested. Brownies, sugar cubes, cookies etc. can’t be tested with the kit because they contain too much foreign material.
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.