Finally there’s a reagent that can detect phenylpiperazines such as mCPP and TfMPP: EZ Test mCPP. A global shortage of the major precursor that is used for the production of MDMA, PMK or MDP2P, made unscrupulous producers look for other substances that could be sold.
They flooded the market with pills that were made with this stuff. MCPP and other piperazines have nothing to do with Ecstasy, nor do these substances have any of the effects that makes Ecstasy so special. Luckily there’s a possibility to weed these nasty buggers out!
As a bonus this test kit also reacts to 6-APB, which goes burgundy red. Although the samples that were used for this could not be verified by lab, due to a lack of a standard reference sample, they came from a very reputable source. That’s why we included it in the results, but as ‘unverified’…
More and more other substances are being sold as Ecstasy, but only MDMA should be considered ‘real’ ecstasy . These adulterants can have serious side-effects such as nausea , anxiety , insomnia , and in the worst case death. EZ Test is a quick and easy to use test kit that can tell whether a pill or powder contains mCPP or TmFPP, substances belonginh to the phenylpiperazine class. EZ Test is an effective means of these adulterants and other potentially harmful substances which are often found in street drugs .
note: sometimes we get the ‘complaint’ that the test doesn’t work. NOT CORRECT! Below is a picture that tells you what color to look for (mind you, this is not indicative for the presence of mdma, it only tells you the difference in colors). mCPP and other piperazines will go bright yellow, whereas other substances can show a more orangy color.