Get this MDMA (Molly) test kit bundle if you can afford something more than the basic Molly test kit. Proper screening is a multi-step process, which is why we recommend this package to identify MDMA (Molly). It includes three carefully chosen tests, which greatly decreases the chances of getting a false positive.
|Molly (MDMA) Test Kit (Marquis Test): This is the main test kit for Molly. It also screens for a wide range of other substances.
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|Froehde Test Kit: This test produces distinct results with Ecstasy as well as 5-APB and 6-APB (which is often sold as fake Ecstasy). It’s also a good test for the dangerous cuts PMA and PMMA.
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|Simon’s Test Kit: This test can differentiate between MDMA (Molly) and MDA (a related compound). It also differentiates amphetamine from methamphetamine.
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- 1 x Bottle of Marquis
- 1 x Bottle of Froehde
- 1 x Bottle of Simon’s A
- 1 x Bottle of Simon’s B
- Color chart with instructions for each test
- 3 x Multiple-use testing vial
- Protective storage/transport jar
Using the MDMA Test Kit Package to Test for Molly/Ecstacy (MDMA/MDA/MDE)
Step 1) Start with the Marquis test. If your sample doesn’t yield a dark purple/black color with this test, what you have is definitely not Ecstasy. No further testing is required. If your sample does turn dark purple/black, proceed to step two.
Step 2) Next, test your sample with the Froehde test. If the color reaction between your sample and the testing liquid goes to black quickly, move on to step 3. Otherwise, what you have is not Molly/Ecstasy and no further testing is required.
Step 3) Finally, use the Simon’s test on your sample. The reaction should yield a blue color immediately, otherwise, your sample is not Molly.
MDMA (Molly) Test Kit Package Video Demo
Note: The Mecke test used in the above video has been replaced with the Froehde test. This is because Froehde is better at detecting 5/6-APB and PMA/PMMA.
MDMA (Molly/Ecstasy) 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.