#TestIt Alert issued for Ohio

A broken cyan blue tablet containing a white powder was submitted from Ohio. This sample was obtained online as “Blue Ice,” and was expected to be Ecstasy/MDMA, but was actually found to contain 10 active-parts N-Ethyl-pentylone, a substitute cathinone, and 1 active-part MDMA.

#TestIt Alert issued for Charlotte, Miami, and General Public

A small, blue pressed pill was sourced in Charlotte, NC but submitted to EcstasyData.org from Miami, FL. This sample was sold as Oxycodone, but did not test as such. The pill was found to contain fentanyl, a very potent synthetic opioid. The pill was stamped with “A 215” on the front, resembling an Oxycodone tablet, but is indeed counterfeit.

#TestIt Alert Issued for Chicago, IL

A capsule containing a white powder was submitted from Chicago, IL. This sample was sold as Ecstasy/MDMA, but was actually found to contain 3-MeO-PCP, 4-CEC, Caffeine, 2’-Oxo-PCE, N-Ethylpentylone, Deschloroketamine, Methoxetamine, and trace amounts of 3-Fluorophenmetrazine, MAPB, and EAPB (entactogens).

#TestIt Alert Issued for General Public

A white crystalline powder purchased on the dark web was sold as Isopropylphenidate, a synthetic stimulant, in an airtight bag with “Isopropylphenidate” printed on it. The substance was tested using the Marquis, Mecke, Mandelin, Froehde, and Liebermann reagents, fentanyl test strips, mass spectrometry, and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy. The sample tested positive for Isopropylphenidate and fentanyl analogues furanyl norfentanyl and 4-ANPP.

#TestIt Alert Issued for Los Angeles, CA

A capsule containing white powder was submitted from Los Angeles, CA. The capsule was sold as Ecstasy/MDMA, but tested as MDA. According to EcstasyData.org, the Marquis reagent reacted to a purple-brown color, the Mecke reacted a purple-blue-black, and the Mandelin reacted purple, grey, brown in yellow.

#TestIt Alert Issued for St. Paul, MN

#TestIt Alert Issued for St. Paul, MN Two pressed tablets sourced from St. Paul, Minnesota were sold as MDMA but did not test as such. The first pill is a white and light blue round, domed lightning bolt tablet (pictured left). The pill tested as caffeine and methamphetamine. The sender notes that the tablet “failed reagent testing.” According to ecstasydata.org, the tablet turned orange with the Marquis reagent, there was a ‘very slight change’ to yellow on Mecke, and no reaction with Mandelin. The second pill is a round, light peach-colored smiley tablet (pictured right). The tablet tested similarly as...

#TestIt Alert Issued for Boulder, CO

A participant from Boulder, Colorado has notified DanceSafe that a white powder with “some chunks” was sold as ketamine, but triggered a response for MDA (“Sass”), amphetamine, and potentially ketamine. Regarding the test results for the sample (pictured left), the participant stated: “As you can see, with the Simon, we saw a dark area, which indicated MDMA, MDE, meth or PMMA, but it was only a small dot of whatever reacted, most of it was non-reactive. The non-reaction with that, and the reactions with other substances implied MDA. The Folin reacted, but I'm not sure what it reacted with, the...

10/03/17 #TestItTuesday Alert: No DMT Detected in Powder Sourced From Vancouver

A white crystalline powder sold as DMT and distributed in small decorative bags contains no DMT based on this EcstasyData.org entry. There were no reactions on the Marquis, Mecke, or Mandelin reagents, and lab notes state that table salt and sugar were ruled out. The powder was soluble in methanol and there is no silver nitrate reaction. No DMT was detected in the sample. The powder was sourced from Vancouver and could have made its way into the domestic market. Always test before you ingest to avoid ingesting highly adulterated or misrepresented substances. Purchase your DanceSafe drug checking kit here....

Early Alert for Imagine Music Festival Attendees: Light Blue Dolphin and Orange ‘LV’ Pills Not Testing as MDMA

We are issuing an early alert for Imagine Music Festival attendees based on an anonymous tip from a member of the Imagine community. It has been brought to our attention that two different pills that were sold as MDMA were unidentifiable when tested by the community member. One pressed tablet is a round, light blue pill with a dolphin on it. The other is a round orange pill with the Louis Vuitton logo ('LV'). The reactions for the pills are: Orange LV Pill: Marquis: no reaction Mecke: no reaction Mandelin: unsure Simon: Blue Light Blue Dolphin Pill: Marquis: yellow Mecke: brownish yellow Mandelin: yellow Simon: no reaction Based on these test results,...