Lab Test Results

Our batches of MDMA have been lab tested with both the FTIR Spectrometer, as well as the fentanyl strips.
We received solid information from the experts; the fentanyl strips must show a complete blank white for it to be a positive test.
If a slight pink line shows, it is negative test.
Based of the information we’ve received from the test lab to utilizing our initial at home tests kits (the Marquis, Froedhe, Simon’s A & Simon’s B as well as the MDMA purity test kit) we believe that our MDMA is pure and with NO traces of fentanyl.
This concern has to be aligned to our beliefs and we will only knowingly provide legitimate medicines that are safe – medicines that we would only happily use ourselves.
Our MDMA was initially tested with the following kits:
Following is the fentanyl Rapid Response test strip:
The results show a Pink and a lighter pick line beside it.  According to the test kit insert, the lab test centers answer, as well as the video on the Vancouver Coastal Health site, this is considered a negative test for traces of fentanyl :
We went the extra mile and travelled to the experts at “Get Your Drugs Tested” on downtown 880 East Hastings in Vancouver, BC and these were the results:
Below is an excerpt of the test results:

Hello! Thank you for using GetYourDrugsTested.com. We have analyzed your sample and have included the results below.

Here are your results:

Sample “light P” submitted as MDMA tested as MDMA with no cuts or adulterants as detected by FTIR spectrometer.

The sample tested negative for fentanyl & fentanyl analogues by test strip.

Sample “CH” submitted as MDMA tested as MDMA with no cuts or adulterants as detected by FTIR spectrometer.

The sample tested negative for fentanyl & fentanyl analogues by test strip.

Sample “dark P” submitted as MDMA tested as MDMA with no cuts or adulterants as detected by FTIR spectrometer.

The sample tested negative for fentanyl & fentanyl analogues by test strip.

Disclaimer: FTIR is not able to measure the purity of a sample. The technology functions by matching the measured sample to entries in a database of known substances. When multiple substances are detected, we report an estimated percentage of each. Purity analysis is exact, but requires the separation and comparison of each substance in a mixture. FTIR cannot do this. It tests your sample as a whole. This provides fast, easy to obtain results without altering your sample. FTIR comes with some limitations and has an estimated detection limit of about 5%. When only one substance is detected, we do not include it’s percentage. We also cannot determine its purity as there could be any combination of substances that we cannot detect below our 5% threshold. Percentages reported are not an accurate measurement of the exact amount of each substance. The technician estimates these percentages based on the spectrometer’s readings. Percentages therefore indicate an estimated amount of each substance in a mixture and still provide useful information to approach substance use safer. It is always good practice to try new batches around others and with a smaller tester dose first.

Test strips are positive when their target substance is present above the strip’s threshold. The fentanyl threshold is 20ng/mL, benzodiazepine is 300ng/mL and lysergamide is 50ng/mL. Test strips cannot differentiate between analogues. Test strips cannot determine the concentration of a substance. Two or more analogues could be present in the same sample (ex: fentanyl and carfentanil). Just because the strip is positive does not mean an analogue like carfentanil is not also present.

Before taking any drug, it helps to read up on its effects, dose and timeline. You should avoid using substances alone, and start with a small dose and go from there. Never share tools, and use fresh tools each time.

If you plan on snorting your drugs, sterilize each surface that will come into contact with the substance. Try not to use rolled up bills; use fresh straws or rolled up single use paper. If you plan on injecting your drugs, use sterile water and a fresh needle. If you plan to use opiates, have naloxone on hand and don’t use alone.

Mixing substances increases the risk of drugs in general. If you plan to mix, consult TripSit’s Guide to Drug Combinations found at https://wiki.tripsit.me/wiki/Drug_combinations

Here we have some videos showing you how to use naloxone:

https://vimeo.com/164669763

https://vimeo.com/185012011

There are many resources available to help you make better decisions. For additional information, please consult:

https://www.erowid.org/

https://psychonautwiki.org

https://tripsit.me/

And as always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

Play safe and have fun.

Fiona.

NOTE: We are closely monitoring the progression of COVID-19. We are open our regular hours for drop-off drug checking and harm reduction supplies pick-up everyday from 12PM to 8PM. We will be posting updates with news on this situation as news becomes available. Stay safe, everyone!

Get Your Drugs Tested

880 East Hastings Street

Vancouver, British Columbia

(778) 819-0922

www.GetYourDrugsTested.com

Get Your Drugs Tested is grateful to operate on the ancestral, traditional and unceded territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-waututh) Nations.

If you have any further detailed questions on the information above, please contact “Get Your Drugs Tested”.

They are very helpful, kind and professional and may know a lot more about the intricacies of the various methods of testing.