A quick test to detect levamisole, phenacetin and ephedrine in cocaine. Note: this test does not react with cocaine itself.
Over the past couple of years cocaine has been increasingly adulterated with levamisole (an anti-worm medicine for cows and horses), phenacetine (an old-fashioned pain killer) or ephedrine (a cheap stimulant). These substances can impose some serious risks for your health and well-being. Finally there is a test that can detect these substances. However, this test does not react with cocaine itself. To identify cocaine or determine the purity of it we recommend using EZ Test for Cocaine or EZ Test for Cocaine Purity.
EZ-Tests are quick test kits that can tell you whether a pill or powder contains MDMA, amphetamine, or other psychoactive substances. It's an effective tool in identifying adulterants and other potentially dangerous substances often found in street drugs.
1. Open the ampoule with test reagent
2. Insert sample
3. Let ingredient mix
4. Observe colour reaction and discard
An information sheet, colour charts and extensive instructions for use are included. Download the EZ test manual (English).
Only a small piece of your pill or powder is necessary to perform the test.
Available as a single test vial or 10-pack.
The EZ-Test can only give an indication of the substance in a sample. It does not provide a 100% guarantee. If you still have doubts about the ingredients of your pill, have your pill tested by an official agency. No right or claims can be derived from using the EZ-Test.