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The Bunk Police Are Here To Solve Your Illicit Mysteries

Nearly 100% of substances are cut with one or more adulterants.
Over half of samples tested worldwide contain “research chemicals” of multiple types and classes,
many of which present very real overdose risks.

It is now possible to test your substances with an easy to use analysis kit before you buy them, empowering you to make sure you’re getting what you expect – avoiding disappointment, injury and even death.


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MDMA (Molly)

“Bath salts” – amphetamine-like substances, categorized as synthetic cathinones, have become an alarming issue – well over half of “Molly” (MDMA powder) samples tested worldwide are comprised, at least in part, of these relatively un-researched synthetics.

Please check out our MDMA Identification Guide for more information.

LSD (Acid)

An increasing majority of LSD samples tested worldwide are negative for the chemical. In most instances, the samples contain compounds such as DOC and 25i-NBOME among many others. Please be aware that these substances differ from LSD in many ways and are almost completely un-researched. The are also very difficult to dose, resulting in multiple instances where intentional and unintentional use has resulted in long term hospitalization and even death.

Please check out our LSD Identification Guide for more information.

There’s more

  • Numerous research chemicals in gelatin, powder and pill form are sold as mescaline.
  • Cocaine cut with everything from meth to levamisole and even powdered glass.
  • Fake opium mixtures containing fentanyl (100x more powerful than morphine) and other dangerous synthetic opiates.

Hundreds of new substances are fighting to get into your baggie. 

The Black Market Is Changing…

Change With It.




Our kits are intended for use in identifying unknown substances for harm reduction purposes.
Many factors can come into play when examining the reaction including mixtures of multiple substances and lighting. A sample that has been tested should never be considered “safe.” This being said, reagent testing is the best possible method for on the spot identification.

We do not accept responsibility for the use or mis-use of this information. Proceed at your own risk.

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