The NarcoCheck® ID-Test® for Cannabis is used for the identification of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), the active ingredient in cannabis. It works whatever the form of cannabis, ie on samples of hashish, weed (marijuana) or oil.
Very simple to use, this test is based on a wet chemical reaction.
Introduce into the test a small quantity of the substance to be identified as well as the small catalytic pellet contained in the cap, and the granules contained in the ampoule change color. Then compare the color of the granules with the color chart on the front of the operating instructions.
Before the test, the ampoule is completely transparent.
After the test :
If the ampoule turns to REDDISH, the sample tested contains THC. It is therefore cannabis.
If the ampoule does not change color or if it takes another color, the sample tested does not contain THC. So it's not cannabis.
The test is provided with a color chart to identify exactly the color showing the presence of cannabis in the sample tested.
This test detects cannabis in all its natural forms: leaf (grass, marijuana), resin (hashish) and oil.
This test does not react to contact with pastries (space cake, happy muffin, etc.) and other cannabis-based food preparations.
100% legal in any country. It is a simple screening test.
Safe and easy to use.
Results in just few seconds.
Economical and very reliable.
No risk to the environment.
No acid neutralization required (bulb can be thrown away).
Long shelf life: up to 3 years.
The ID-Test® Cannabis package contains :
An ampoule containing the chemical identification reagent
A sampling spatula
A colored multilanguage leaflet
A zip bag to throw the used test in the trash can
The d'ID-Tests are available in 2 different packagings :
Tube of 1 test
The test is packaged in a single tube, with its instructions for use.
Box of 10 tests.
10 tests are packaged in the same box with instructions. Even more economical!
Important : The results of these tests are purely indicative. To be sure of the composition of the cannabis sample and the exact concentrations of THC, it must be analyzed by an analytical reference method such as GC/MS and/or HPLC-MS /MS.