Peach G Spots/G Ladies (above) or pink, as some, like estack are referring to them as.

One day after xm0nst3r’s report from New Jersey warning us off Green G Spots, comes test results from estack in New York, which cause us, along with the pictured reactions, to think that Peach G Spots are piperazines, with just enough of a hint of MDxx to garner a very light purple reaction on the Marquis Reagent test.

Here’s estack’s submission from earlier today to

Pink G Lady  
Date Submitted: August 4, 2010, 2:44 pm GMT
Submitted By: estack
Name: Pink G Lady
State/Province: NYC
Logo: G Lady
Colour: Pink
Shape: Round slightly domed
Texture: smooth
Edges: smooth
Report Quality Rating: (5 stars, 1 vote)
Description: Picked these up in NYC this past week. Give a full report after this coming weekend.
Suspected Contents: MDxx
Rating: Tested Only
Warning: no
Tested: yes
Marquis Reagent: Purple
Mecke Reagent: Black
Consumed: no

Go to that picture at the top and look over the Marquis reaction on the right.  How weak does that look?  I take issue with Pill Reports in this case for not classifying this pill as adulterated.  I’d say these pills are probably 1 of 6 or 7 parts MDEA (purple on the Marquis Reagent), the rest, TFMPP and BZP.

Some might be thinking that the purple looks more orange than purple, implying speed.  I think the orange we are seeing is broken down from the peach sample.  At any rate, real G Spots are totally flat, not domed, and are a little speckled up (see below).

Real Blue G Spots (above).

As opposed to the solid colored G’s that are domed and adulterated (see very top and below).

Dirty trick, but as old as the sun.  New beautiful Orange G Spots hit, and then some counterfitting outfit follows with garbage, trying to capitalize on the pill’s good name.

Same thing happened with Blue G’s and those gross, domed green ones.

Be Discerning,

Crack (,