By: DanceSafe Staff
A white, crystalline powder in a Eppendorf vial was sold as Molly/MDMA, but tested as Ketamine. Sender notes state that the “seller was only 90% sure it was molly.” The sample was sourced and submitted to EcstasyData.org from New York, NY.
According to EcstasyData.org, the sample fizzed with a slight color change for both Marquis and Mecke, and reacted green with orange for Mandelin.
We urge our community to keep in mind that drug markets are expansive and that this substance 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.
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