A collaborative project to document and publish ecstasy pill contents through laboratory testing. EcstasyData.org conducts laboratory pill testing itself, as well as publishing data from other testing programs. EcstasyData is owned and operated by Erowid.org, all testing results are edited by Erowid's editorial staff. Please direct questions about this project or the website to email@example.com.
Ecstasydata.org sponsors ecstasy tablet testing in the United States through DDL. See Send in a Pill for more information. Ecstasydata.org's testing program started in July 2001.
Energy Control (EC) is a drug prevention project that consists of peer-to-peer interventions, school workshops, and the use of new technologies and other activities in the area of risk reduction associated with drug use. It is oriented toward young people who use drugs (legal or illegal) in their leisure time as well as people who are not users but have friends who are. The project trains and coordinates a group of young volunteers who go to party contexts and set up information booths about drugs, drug testing and risk reduction practices. It also provides classroom-based workshops on attitudes towards drugs to youth under 18 . EC is part of a non-profit organization, the Well Being and Development Association (Asociación Bienestar y Desarrollo - ABD). Its scope of action is Spain, with offices in Catalonia, Madrid, the Balearic Islands and Andalucía.
Energy Control offers thin layer chromotography (TLC) testing of street drugs submitted by users in Spain, through on-site drug checking at events or via a drop-in center offered on specific days at the Energy Control office in Barcelona. TLC analysis is conducted by the Energy Control staff and volunteers trained in the process. In some cases, to confirm or clarify TLC results, GC/MS analysis of unusual or difficult-to-identify samples is outsourced to a drug analysis laboratory in Barcelona. To determine purity and dosage of samples, Energy Control uses Ultraviolet Spectrophotometry. This technique is only useful when the sample is not
adulterated. With this method, Energy Control can quantify MDMA, MDA, amphetamine, methamphetamine, cocaine, ketamine, 2C-B, 2C-I and DMT samples.
Energy Control's testing program focuses on issues faced by Spanish drug users; it can not test samples originating outside Spain.
Dancesafe is a nonprofit, harm reduction organization promoting health and safety within the rave and nightclub community. They currently have local chapters in twenty-four cities throughout the US and Canada. Their local chapters consist of young people from within the dance culture itself who have a sincere interest in bettering their communities and educating themselves and their peers. They train their volunteers to be health educators and drug abuse prevention counselors within their own communities, utilizing the principles and methods of harm reduction and popular education. Dancesafe volunteers staff harm reduction booths at raves, nightclubs and other dance events where they provide information on drugs, safer sex, and other health and safety issues concerning the electronic dance community (like driving home safely and protecting one's hearing).
Streetwork Youth Counseling ("Jugendberatung Streetwork"), Zurich, Switzerland offers high performance liquid chromotography (HPLC) testing of street drugs submitted by users in the Zurich area, through on-site drug-checking at events or via a drop-off service offered on specific days at the Drug Information Center ("Drogeninformationszentrum", or "DIZ"). Warnings about specific test results are published on their website at Drug-Checking > Warnungen.
On-site HPLC analysis is conducted in collaboration with the Pharmaceutical Control Lab of the Bern Region. In some cases, HPLC and GC/MS analysis of samples dropped off at the DIZ is outsourced.
The Drug Information Center (DIZ), a program of the city of Zurich, conducts free, confidential counseling and HPLC testing of street drug samples in Zurich. In some cases, HPLC and GC/MS analysis of samples dropped off at the DIZ is outsourced.
DDL provides a range of forensic drug testing services. They are a DEA-licensed laboratory legally able to handle scheduled substances.
The mission of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is to enforce the controlled substances laws and regulations of the United States and bring to the criminal and civil justice system of the United States, or any other competent jurisdiction, those organizations and principal members of organizations, involved in the growing, manufacture, or distribution of controlled substances appearing in or destined for illicit traffic in the United States; and to recommend and support non-enforcement programs aimed at reducing the availability of illicit controlled substances on the domestic and international markets.
The DEA's Microgram Bulletin publishes testing results from regional labs around the United States.
A government police organization based in Ediburgh, Scotland. SDEA has an analytical lab and tests a wide variety of illegal and pharmaceutical drugs that the Scottish police encounter in their work.
EcstasyData tests ecstasy tablets and other street drugs through our DEA-licensed laboratory. Ecstasy tablets will be tested if you include $40 cash with the sample. Powdered ecstasy and other drugs require the full $150 lab fee or they will be discarded by the lab.Learn more
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