This post contains information about several major reagent reactions that need to be updated on DanceSafe printed materials. The reaction changes are listed below, along with explanations. A longer discussion around reagents and reactions in general is included at the end. By: Rachel Clark, Education Manager DanceSafe National has determined that several reagent reactions on the DanceSafe color chart are no longer accurate, specifically those listed for cocaine, MDA, 2C-B, and oxycodone. Discussion summary: It is critically important to understand that reagent testing is looking for red flags, not green lights. Reagents cannot be used to confirm the contents of your substance. Some...
Although we do not agree with DEA claims that rainbow fentanyl is an attempt to target US children, the Sinaloa cartel's claim about it being harm reduction is also dubious.
A round light blue pill with “A” over “215” separated by a break line was sold in Philadelphia, PA as oxycodone A 215; contains fentanyl, analogues, gabapentin.
A round blue pill with “M” in a box on one side was sold online as oxycodone 30mg, but actually contains exclusively fentanyl and 4-ANPP.
A dangerous set of instructions for using fentanyl testing strips has been making rounds across the internet. New micro scoops have been released in response.