EcstasyData

Launched in 2001, EcstasyData.org is an independent laboratory pill testing program run by Erowid Center and co-sponsored by Dancesafe and IsomerEach of two or more compounds with the same formula but a different arrangement of atoms in the molecule and different properties. Design. Its purpose is to collect, manage, review, and present laboratory pill testing results making the information publicly available to help harm-reduction efforts.

Cost:

  • Ecstasy Tablets - $40
  • All other ecstasy or research chemical samples - $100
  • Pharmaceutical tablets and herbal supplements - $150

Energy Control

Energy Control began in Barcelona, Spain in 1997 as a pioneering harm reduction project. They provide information and advice on various drugs in order to help reduce the risks associated with use.

International users will pay for testing in bitcoin. When contacting them via email, you may use PGP-Inline encryption. PGP-MIME is not parsable by their mail client. Their PGP key fingerprint is F8F0 2EE1 554F 512C A010 81B2 55D4 8165 1B7B 159F[1]

Cost:

  • Cannabis from an Individual - €5
  • Cannabis from a Professional Organization - €20
  • Samples from outside of Spain - €50
  • Anaylsis of other drugs - €50

Welsh Emerging Drugs & Identification of Novel Substances Project (WEDINOS)

Created in 2009, WEDINOS was created to profile and process the mapping of trends and harms of drugs in Wales. WEDINOS provides a robust mechanism for the collection and testing of unknown/unidentified or new psychoactive substances and combinations of substances, and the production and dissemination of pragmatic harm reduction advice.

Cost:

  • No charge for testing

References

  1. http://energycontrol.org/files/public_key/ENERGY_CONTROL_pub.asc

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