What is the Cocaine test kit?
Cocaine is tested using multiple reagents as it helps in ruling out various adulterants. Here's the order of testing with the two reagents.
Liebermann - Is the primary reagent to detect presence of cocaine. If the sample turns yellow its a positive result. However, even if the sample turns orange but Marquis (explained below) does not react, presence of methamphetamine/amphetamine can be ruled out.
Marquis - If the sample contains cocaine, marquis wouldn't react with a color change. If it does change color, it means sample could contain meth/amphetamine or even heroin (although unlikely in cocaine).
Why trust dealers & vendors when you can test your own drugs? Leave out the guesswork and ensure you don't get a bunk product!
What you get?
- 2 Reagent bottles with over 100 tests (lasts over a year)
- Instructions card
- Free spot test plate
- Colour reaction chart
|Number of Tests||50 - 75|
|Test Type||Spot drug test (colorimetric)|
|Storage Conditions||Refrigerator for prolonged shelf life|
|Shelf Life||1 year|
Reagent bottle, free sticker, free adulterant test strip, Instructions booklet
|Country of origin||
|Month of import||August 2022|