Details: EZ Test Tube for Piperazines mCPP and TfMPP
Introducing EZ Test Tube for Piperazines mCPP and TfMPP: a groundbreaking reagent designed to detect phenylpiperazines like mCPP and TfMPP. Due to a global shortage of the key precursor PMK used in MDMA production, unscrupulous producers turned to alternative substances, flooding the market with pills containing these compounds. It’s important to note that mCPP and other piperazines bear no resemblance to Ecstasy and lack its distinctive effects. Thankfully, the EZ Test provides a solution to identify and differentiate these undesirable compounds.
As an added benefit, this kit also reacts to 6-APB, producing a burgundy-red color. While the samples used for this reaction couldn’t be lab-verified due to the absence of a standard reference, they originated from a highly reputable source. Hence, it’s included in the results as ‘unverified.’
With the rising prevalence of substances falsely sold as Ecstasy, it’s crucial to differentiate authentic MDMA from potential adulterants. These imitations can lead to severe side effects, including nausea, anxiety, insomnia, and, in extreme cases, even death. EZ Test offers a swift and user-friendly means to discern whether a pill or powder contains mCPP or TmFPP, both belonging to the phenylpiperazine class. It’s a powerful tool to detect these adulterants and other potentially hazardous substances frequently encountered in street drugs.
Please note: There have been occasional reports of the test being ineffective, but this is incorrect. Refer to the provided picture for the correct color indication. Remember, this test only indicates color differences and does not confirm the presence of MDMA. mCPP and other piperazines will turn bright yellow, while other substances may exhibit a more orangy hue.