EZ Test Kits are presumptive drug testing kits similar to those used by forensic laboratories, the Police and Customs and Excise, which have been repackaged and tailored to meet the demands of the public. The previous EZ Test Kits range, available since the 90s, were the first presumptive drug testing kits available on the market and consisted of only the Marquis, Mecke and Mandelin tests.
After several years’ research and development plus a major break through in innovation, upgrades and extensions to the range have been introduced. The improved EZ Test Kits range has been born and consists of the Marquis, Mandelin, Mecke, Scott, Ehrlich and MCPP tests in addition to our new Purity Tests!
EZ Test Kits are simple, portable tests for analysing samples when searching for any of the substances for which each specific testing kit or combination of kits will test. Any reaction and colour change that takes place when a sample has been added can be checked against the colour charts included in the packaging to determine the presence of a substance.
Heroin Purity: "EZ Test Blister for Heroin Purity (1 test). Determine the purity of the heroin quickly. With heroin, the bottom layer shows a yellow/orangey color and gets darker when there is more heroin present. You will have your result within seconds! Contains test(s), detailed instructions and a color chart. The Heroin Purity Test enables you to quickly get an idea about the purity of the heroin. Just open the ampoule and add (EXACTLY!) 20 milligrams of your sample to this test. The bottom layer will reveal a yellow/orangey color which becomes darker when there is more heroin present in the sample. You will have your result within seconds! This is, by far, the most advanced test on the market for people who want to know what they are dealing with. The EZ Test Heroin Purity Test is very insensitive to the usual cuts such as mannitol and other known cutting agents that are commonly found in heroin. This test can’t tell you anything about the identity of the substance that may have been used for cutting the sample."