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#11
No, that's cool linville. If this is of broader appeal I can dig up the more chemistry related version. Those single kits are great and really simple to use but I moved to the dropper bottle with different reagents to save on long term costs over time.

Either ones at least give the peace of mind of at a minimum having the primary component being sought after.

It's all good;  it's just that some of it is better than others...
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#12
Thanks again jwiedenfeld

I have titrated to find amounts in samples of certain carriers before so yeah having the reagents are more thrifty but the first post I think would be the one most here would like to see the link to.

A helpful post , thanks.  Smile 

Anyone , look back a few posts to see this link, for confirming .

Oh here it is;


SUBSTANCE TEST KITS

http://www.testsure.com/

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#13
Cool!

Here is a Wiki for the grand daddy of reagents.  The Marquis (well named)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marquis_reagent


Be sure to check out the other reagents at the bottom.

You'll find this all over Amazon.

Here's is the one I like.
https://www.amazon.com/5ML-Marquis-Reage...is+reagent

And I just get another bottle of the liquid when it's time rather than mixing up a batch (which you could also do.).

It's all good;  it's just that some of it is better than others...
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#14
good idea on the reagent kits. they work well as long as you know their limits. they won't tell how much of a substance is in the sample, or what adulterants are there with it. also, the colors for similar compounds can look very similar. and I don't think there is one for benzos (although I wouldn't expect your mystery tab to have a benzo in it). If you are aware of the limits, I think they are very useful tools to stay safe. But for the sake of harm reduction, I usually follow the "When in doubt throw it out" rule with mystery tabs.
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#15
(11-26-2016, 04:24 PM)Sal Paradise Wrote: I don't think there is one for benzos (although I wouldn't expect your mystery tab to have a benzo in it).

I guess I'm wrong here. Looks like a benzo reagent test was developed earlier this year:hxxps://www.reddit.com/r/ReagentTesting/wiki/bzn

I don't think it's packaged as a "kit" for sale yet, but hopefully soon.

edit: please change link to http.
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#16
Yah good on you for tossing it. Like @Charon said it's not worth risking your life over. We all know someone who has had adverse effects from taking something unknown online. Follow the advice from long term reputable vendors who have reviews that go along with them. When your really unsure then send it off for testing. Glad you made a good choice and not a bad chance.
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