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Cocaine Cuts Test Kit

C$59.99Price

This is a fast and simple test to determine cutting agents in cocaine.

 

Why Is This Test Important?

Dealers usually cut cocaine to increase their profit margins. The substances used for cutting are sometimes harmless, but it often happens that dangerous substances are added.

 

This kit tests for the most common and dangerous cutting agents including:

  • Levamisole
  • Phenacentine
  • Ephedrine

 

Uncut cocaine does not react with this test!

 

Cocain Cuts Test Kit Includes

  • 10 Cocaine cutting tests
  • 10 Spatulas
  • Instruction sheet

 

What is Levamisole and Why is it Bad?

Levamisole is a drug typically used to deworm livestock, but in humans it can trigger a devastating immune-system crash called agranulocytosis. In other words, levamisole can destroy your white blood cells, leaving you susceptible to infections.

 

How Common is Levamisole Cut Cocaine?

There was a time when levamisole was rarely found in cocaine (1.9% of the time in 2005), but by July 2009, the DEA reported that about 70% of cocaine entering the United States contained levamisole.1 Cocaine cut with levamisole has been reported to have risen to 82% of tested samples by 2011.2

 

What About Testing Cocaine Purity?

This test doesn’t give a indication of the purity of your cocaine. For that, we recommend the Cocaine Purity Test Kit.

Format

Important

Please use only 20 mg (a small amount) of your sample. If you use too much, the results will be skewed! When comparing different samples, test using the same quantity from each. You can use the materials that come with the kit to help you get the right amount. However, for best results, use a scale to weigh the exact amount of powder. You can buy a good portable digital scale from here.

 

Tips

Test samples from different sources at the same time, so that you can more easily compare results. Take pictures of the test results under the same lighting and with the same camera. Use the pictures to compare with results from future tests.