New Product: Now the first INSTANT Urine bath salt urine drug test kit, detect synthetic stimulant substances found in fake bath salts, plant food or disguised as MDMA
The One Step Methylenedioxypyrovalerone (Bath Salt) Drug of Abuse Test is a lateral flow chromatographic immunoassay for the qualitative detection of Methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV) in human urine specimen at the cut-off level of 1,000ng/mL.
Bath salts’, a designer drugs,
also promoted as ‘plant food’ or ‘research chemicals’
sold mainly in head shops, Internet, and retail locations.
Designer drugs were developed in recent years to subvert law enforcement and drug testing agencies and are advertised a‘legal’highs.
The technical term for ‘bath salts’ is substituted cathinone.
Substituted cathinone is synthetic, concentrated version of the stimulant chemical in Khat.
Khat is a plant that is cultivated and used in East Africa and the Middle East.
It has a stimulant effect on the user and can be quite dangerous.
The white crystals resemble legal bathing salts, thus the name of ‘bath salts’.
Established as one of the main ingredients for
‘bath salts’ among other synthetic stimulants like Mephedrone, Methylone, Butylone and Methedrone,
MDPV started appearing around 2004 when it was popularized as a club drug, often used in combination with alcohol, GHB, cannabis and other abused drugs, for its desired effects such as euphoria, alertness, talkativeness, and sexual arousal.
There are currently no prescribed used for the synthetic stimulants