Eztestkits.com is the online market leader in presumptive drug testing kits and related products. Our company has been selling presumptive drug testing kits for over 8 years.
We do not encourage the use of any illegal substances. But we are non-judgemental, being neither for or against such personal choices.
Our mission is to increase awareness of the huge variation in purity and contaminants in illegal drugs, and their associated risks.
We pride ourselves on working closely with manufacturers; constantly researching ways to innovate, improve and enhance the range of products being sold in an ever-changing drug landscape.
Eztestkits are used to analyse substances in order to acquire a general or greater understanding of what they contain. Where possible, it is strongly recommended that the kits are used in conjunction with more accurate methods of testing.
The kits are not without flaws and where possible, these imperfections are highlighted.
Testing can be carried out by anyone. The kits we sell are quick, portable and uncomplicated - you will not need a chemistry qualification to use them.
Greater range of tests than any other company on the market.
Most countries hide and ban drug use, trying to rule it out and get rid of the idea of usage and addictions completely, without much success. Drugs have now become and underground ‘illicit’ practice that is in fact more dangerous and more successful because of the laws banning the substances.
‘Overdose’ deaths are on the rise and it’s a wide known fact that drugs are a huge problem, in nearly every country, town or city in the world, there are endless news articles, help lines and statistics such as the ones below, announcing that drugs are everywhere and an issue.
Anyone know if there are going to be sniffer dogs at this weekend’s festival? This is a common question asked leading up to any music, dance or young community festival, in reality all or most festivals have sniffer dogs and pat down checks as you enter, everyone is aware of them and they are frequently asked about before an upcoming event, usually by people asking whether it’s safe to bring drugs into that particular event without detection.