Category Archives: Drug Info

Cutting Cocaine

EZ Test for Levamisole and Phenacetine

‘Cutting’  refers to the means by which illicit drugs are diluted. Drugs can be cut during the production process or afterwards, sometimes with adulterants aimed to appeal to customers rather than solely to dilute. Cutting levels have varied considerably over the last decade with Heroin and Cocaine reportedly normally being around 50% pure (the remaining […]

‘Speed’ – (meth)amphetamine

EZ Test for Meth

‘Speed’ is slang for meth-or dex-amphetamine. It is also known as : ice, crank, rocket fuel, gak, meth, glass, benzedrine, dexedrine, crystal and Yaba. It was one of the first phenethylamine type drugs developed. In the past it was mostly used as an appetite and sleep suppressant. Today, it is sometimes legally prescibed by doctors […]



Hallucinogens are substances that induce alterations in perception of space, time and place. They can be found in both nature (cacti, vines and mushrooms) as in man-made synthetic substances, such as LSD, DMT and 2C-B. As long as man has existed, ritual use of these substances has been documented, often for magic and religious purposes. […]



Ketamine hydrochloride (“Special K” or “K”) was originally created for use as an anaesthetic. It is still used by veterinarians. Ketamine belongs to a class of drugs called “dissociative anaesthetics,” which separate perception from sensation. Other drugs in this category include PCP, DXM and nitrous oxide (laughing gas). the effects of taking Ketamine: –  The […]

Research Chemicals

Research Chemicals: Bath Salts

Over the last couple of years the quest for finding a legal substitute for MDMA has resulted in a market that has been flooded with exotic compounds such as mephedrone, methoxetamine, 5-APB, Benzo-Fury (6-APB), methylone, butylone and many many other strange compounds. The rapid development of these compounds make it impossible for legislators to keep […]



DXM is a short name for dextromethorphan, an opioid. It is a legal cough suppressant found in many over-the-counter cough syrups. In high doses it acts as a “dissociative anaesthetic” like ketamine or PCP. It is often sold as ‘Ecstasy’ because it is easily obtained. Because it is metabolized by the same enzyme in the […]