By: Lucille L., Communications & Social Media Intern, DanceSafe
A clear capsule containing a white, crystalline substance sold as Molly/MDMA was sourced from West Valley, UT, but submitted from Salt Lake City, UT. This sample tested as N-Ethylpentylone, a substituted cathinone. Little is known about N-Ethylpentylone and its effects, as its physiological and toxicological actions have not been characterized.
According to the EcstasyData.org, the Marquis reagent turned orange-yellow, the Mecke reacted an orange color, and Mandelin turned orange. The sender notes state that they reagent-tested the sample before sending, and the results were “like methylone except Simon’s did not react.”
We urge our community to keep in mind that drug markets are expansive and these substances may appear in locations other than the submission’s origins. Always test before you ingest to avoid ingesting misrepresented substances. Purchase your DanceSafe drug checking kit here.
If you test a misrepresented substance, please submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org to be featured in a #TestIt Alert.
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