What tests do you offer?

BALTIC TEST kits help identify a substance and estimate it’s purity using just a tiny sample.

We offer both qualitative and semi-quantitative presumptive substance analysis test kits for MDMA, LSD, THC and 800+ other substances. Most of BALTIC TEST consist of colorimetric reagents similar to those used by the police, simple chemicals that change color upon contact with even trace amount of another substance. Reagents can be paired with TLC (Thin Layer Chromatography) kits to discover all ingredients and estimate amounts (potency). All BALTIC TEST are non-medical products, with the exception of repurposed fentanyl test strips.


Those are mostly single-use / multi-use reagent that can indicate PRESENCE, but not QUANTITY. Mixtures can be detected with reagents only if adulterant causes a darker color change than the expected substance. To detect all ingredients and estimate their amount pair reagents with a TLC purity test kit. With reagent tests you can:

1) Detect presence of a substance or confirm if it is not present at all
2) Detect most common adulterants even if the expected substance is also present

Multiple reagents are required to detect adulterants and increase analysis precision because there are more substances than colors.

Fentanyl tests strips on the other hand, if used correctly, can easily detect fentanyl even in the presence of other compounds.

All of the individual qualitative tests that we offer are: Cannabis (4-AP), Ehrlich, Froehde, Hofmann, Marquis, Mecke, Morris, Liebermann, Robadope, Simon’s, Zimmermann / Beam, TLC cannabis dye and fentanyl test strips. Reagents Mandelin and Scott have been discontinued and replaced by superior Morris reagent.


These are the TLC tests to estimate NUMBER and QUANTITY of ingredients.

TLC purity tests separate a sample into different substances and also help estimate quantity. TLC tests don’t identify substances alone (unless you have an already confirmed reference sample) and work best paired with at least 1-2 reagent tests. At the moment you can precisely (with 10% error margin) estimate amount of cocaine, MDMA, THC, CBD and discover number of ingredients in 800+ other substances.

What drug testing kit do I need?

If you are new to drug checking we recommend one of our tailored per substance single-use tests or multiple-use test kits (about 20€ for 100 uses of several different reagents with free express shipping starting at 30€). If you want to know all ingredients and estimate potency add also a TLC purity test kit.

Reagents can indicate PRESENCE, but not QUANTITY. Adulterants can be detected with reagents only if they cause a darker color change than the expected substance. To detect all ingredients and estimate their amount pair reagents with a TLC purity test kit.

  • Cannabis (4-AP) – main test for THC / CBD, helps rule out synthetic cannabinoids
  • Ehrlich – main test for all indoles, e.g. lysergamides and tryptamines but also 5-HTP and more, secondary test for cocaine
  • Hofmann – main test for lysergamides and tryptamines, more precise but slower than Ehrlich
  • Froehde – main test for most powders, secondary test for ketamine and amphetamines, long shelf life
  • Liebermann – main test for most powders, secondary test for cocaine (detects levamisole)
  • Marquis – main test for most powders, secondary test for ketamine, mephedrone and psychedelics
  • Mecke – main test for most powders, secondary test for cocaine, ketamine and mephedrone
  • Morris – main test for cathinones, cocaine and ketamine, can tell apart some novel dissociatives
  • Robadope – main test for primary amines, e.g. MDA, amphetamine or PMA
  • Simon – main test for secondary amines, e.g. MDMA, meth, mephedrone, methylone or PMMA
  • Zimmermann / Beam – main test for cathinones and benzodiazepines in geneal, detects also CBD

Reagents Mandelin and Scott have been discontinued and replaced by superior Morris reagent. 

Fentanyl Test Strip to detect fentanyl, even if it is mixed in another substance.

To discover all adulterants and quantity pair reagents with a TLC Purity Test Kit. TLC tests enable you to separate sample into different substances and estimate quantity. Purity tests alone don’t identify substances and are best paired with 1-2 reagent tests.

To test cannabis, we recommend the TLC Cannabinoid BALTIC TEST. It doesn’t require additional reagents if you know whether your substance is THC or CBD dominant and shows all cannabinoids present and their ratios. A good combination or alternative is the CBD/THC Reagent Test Kit which can confirm whether sample is CBD or THC dominant, can rule out synthethic cannabinoids and helps compare CBD content of similar samples.

What are the expiry dates and storage requirements?

BALTIC TEST kits will easily last you multiple years if stored correctly.

  • Single-use reagentsᅠlast at least 3 years before any deterioration. Refridgeration not required. Keep out of sun in a cool dark place.
  • Single-use test stripsᅠlast at least 2 years. Can not be frozen. Keep out of sun in a cool dark place.
  • Multiple-use reagentsᅠlast at least 2 years. Store in a standing position in a cool dark palce, fridge is best. Warm up for 3+ hours before use.
  • TLC testsᅠdo not expire, however we recommend to also keep them out of sun in a cool dark place.

Is ordering a test kit safe?

Yes,test kits are 100% legal and safe to purchase. To ensure maximum privacy we encourage you to pay with a cryptocurrency and order to a friend. Customer data is deleted automatically.

All our reagent bottles are shipped tightly packed in a plastic jar filled with hygroscopic vermiculite for your safety. Vermiculate is completely safe and will absorb any spills, however remember to always wear gloves when handling reagents. Avoid fumes and use protective eyewear if available.

Is your packaging discreet?

Yes, all packages are sent in plain envelopes or boxes. We do not sign with our full brand name, but with our company name abbreviation “C.S. sp. z o.o.” instead. If you are worried what to tell your roommates, if required it’s best to honestly admit that you want to keep your friend safe. We highly recommend ordering to a local DPD Pickup Point, although in some countries (such as Germany) pickup might require an ID.

Gift wrap available. Keep nosy roommates away from your purchase.

Ultra-stealth delivery available – upon customer request in the checkout notes we will remove all drug-related printouts from inside of package.

What are the granules inside my kit?

Brown or grey particles are vermiculite, hygroscopic safe substance used to absorb any spills in case of damage in transit. It can look like wood chips or sand.

Crystals inside glass bottles are normal, it’s the new and improved reagent formula. Read more in our blog post.

What are the shipping options?

  • Cash (in person)
  • Bank transfer to “Baltic Tests”
  • Visa, MasterCard, Apple pay
  • Zonda (Cryptocurrencies BTC, BCC, BTG, ETH, LTC, LSK, Dash, XRP, ZEC, TRX, DOGE)

In case of any issues with payment reach out to us via contact us.

How do I check the status of my order?

After placing an order, our automatic e-mail system generates and sends you all the details, including tracking link as soon as it is available. If you don’t see a new message in your inbox, please make sure to check your spam folder. Most orders are shipped in 1-2 working days since payment confirmation.

What is your returns and refunds policy?

We accept returns for 30 days after purchase if the product is not used.

We refund full product cost for any undelivered order in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia. We do not refund shipping costs for orders shipped to an address passed on by a customer. Please double check you address before ordering. Delivery companies unfortunately are not obliged to call before attempting delivery. Keep an eye on tracking and in case of any issues call your local delivery company immediately.

Refunds for purchases made using cryptocurrencies are only available in EUR via bank transfer.

How can I contact you?

You may write an e-mail to baltictests@gmail.com or use the contact us page.

Don’t forget to check out what other researchers are up to on reddit.com/r/reagenttesting.