What is the Ketamine test used for?
The ketamine reagent test contains Morris reagent, best suited for ketamine, cocaine etc. It is used for positive identification of ketamine, DCK, 2F-DCK or cocaine and for the rejection of 2C-B, DOx, NBOMe, PMA/PMMA, or other less predictable, less desirable, highly toxic hazardous drugs. Multiple reagents are needed to detect nonsense and to increase the accuracy of the analysis.Reagent tests may indicate PRESENCE but not the PURITY or QUANTITY. Mixtures can only be detected using reagents if the mixer causes a darker colour change than the intended substance.
What is included in the Ketamine test?
The ketamine reagent test consists of a Morris reagent, a micro paddle, instructions and an app for all test kits and more than 700 substances. Each 2 ampoules contains enough reagent for at least 1 test. The hermetically sealed, oxygen-free glass ampoule protects the reagent from light, plastic and moisture to ensure a longer shelf life.
How to use Ketamine single-use test?
GET ALL TOOLS
Get your sample, reagent ampoule, a sharp tool / scoop and paper towels.
PREPARE SAMPLE, ABOUT THIS BIG -> ●
If testing a pill, powder or crystal, crush it finely. If testing a liquid, dry one drop on paper or clean ceramic surface. A bigger sample can cause a stronger reaction. You need a new sample for each test.
ADD PREPARED SAMPLE TO REAGENT
Break open glass ampoule by gently pushing bottom of plastic cap outwards with your thumb pointing down. Do not crush the glass ampoule, after a few soft pushes and 10-20 seconds of trying the ampoule head will snap off without any effort. Using included plastic spatula add prepared small (●) sample inside opened glass ampoule.
OBSERVE FOR UP TO 3 MINUTES
Disregard any color change after 3 minutes. Do not overinterpret your results, consider that color change reaction is always fastest and most vivid in the part where biggest surface of reagent touches sample, compared to its edges. Over time reaction will degrade due to air contact. Take photos.
Compare color change with instructions. Reagents can indicate PRESENCE, but not QUANTITY. Adulterants can be detected with reagents only if they cause a darker color change than the expected substance. To detect all ingredients and estimate their amount pair reagents with a TLC purity test kit.
Close used items inside plastic tube and dispose safely.
How to interpret test results?
Expected results for Morris reagent:
Cocaine - deep bright blue
Ketamine - purple