1P-LSD, one of novel lysergamides, is known to not react with the Ehrlich reagent within the expected time frame (minutes). Despite that, some users report that their samples do in fact turn Ehrlich reagent pink / purple.
REACTIONS1V-LSD In regard to the recent 1V-LSD release we are informing about the expected color change reactions for reagents Ehrlich, Hofmann and Marquis. Ehrlich and Hofmann’s reactions are similar like with LSD, but much slower and might only affect the sample, not the whole used reagent liquid. 1V-LSD reaction results: Ehrlich: Very slow purple (60 minutes) […]
Today we are excited to be introducing the new version of Ehrlich reagent – Ehrlich 2.0, also known as the improved hallucinogen test. It works just as good as the original, but is safer to work with (no fumes) and has incredible 2 years of avarage shelf life, an improvement from 6-12 months.
The Ehrlich reagent on its own it is slightly yellow. It’s best to use Ehrlich reagent to test LSD or DMT, but it’s also a good test for all lysergamides and tryptamines. NOTE: Ehrlich can only test the PRESENCE, not PURITY or QUANTITY of a specific substance.Always test under a strong light and using the […]