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Tablet Photo Tablet NameTablet Name is the street name that was submitted with the tablet (or the common street-name for an imprint if no name is submitted with a tablet). The individual tablet page may also give alternative names based on similar tablets that have been submitted in the past or information collected by the source organization. Active ContentsActive Contentsis a list of substances detected by the lab. Date PublishedDate Published is in most cases within two weeks of the date that the tablet was received by the lab (MAPS and other non-Ecstasydata results not included). Date TestedDate Tested the approximate date when the sample was tested by the lab. Location Tablet SizeTablets are weighed and measured with tablet diameter and height being displayed in millimeters (mm) and weight displayed in milligrams (mg). This is the full weight of the tablet, including all binders and fillers and is not the mass of the detected substances. Data SourceMost of the data on EcstasyData.org is for tablets submitted by the public with lab testing organized by the EcstasyData project. Various organizations have also contributed data to EcstasyData.org. Links are provided to contributing organizations’ websites as well as to information describing the organization and their involvement with the EcstasyData.org project.
Substance Ratio /
AmountsRatio/Amounts are, in most cases, the relative amount of the detected substances. When a single substance is detected, the ratio will always be “1”. When a mass is given, that is the actual amount of drug in the full submitted sample.
1912 Dubs
  • TFMPP
  • 1
Jun 03, 2010 Jun 29, 2010 Philadelphia, PA 228 mg, 8.1 x 4.2 EcstasyData.org
1910 Pentazocine (Not Sold As Ecstasy) 
  • Pentazocine
  • 1
Jun 03, 2010 May 30, 2010 Charlotte, NC 103 mg, 6.5 x 2.4 EcstasyData.org
1909 Xanax (Not Sold As Ecstasy) 
  • Lorazepam
  • 1
Jun 03, 2010 May 29, 2010 Los Angeles, CA 263 mg, 8.7 x 4.0 EcstasyData.org
1911 Dubs
  • TFMPP
  • 1
Jun 03, 2010 May 29, 2010 Philadelphia, PA 249 mg, 8.1 x 4.6 EcstasyData.org
1906 Capsule
  • MDMA
  • 1
May 12, 2010 May 07, 2010 McMinnville, OR 136 mg, – x – EcstasyData.org
1907 P.L.
  • MDMA
  • 1
May 12, 2010 May 07, 2010 San Francisco, CA 231 mg, 8.2 x 4.5 EcstasyData.org
1908 Blue Superman
  • MDMA
  • 1
May 12, 2010 May 07, 2010 Scottsdale, AZ 324 mg, 9.1 x 5.0 EcstasyData.org
1890 Dogs
  • Caffeine
  • TFMPP
  • BZP
  • 40
  • 3
  • 1
May 04, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 Sacramento, CA 288 mg, 8.1 x 5.0 EcstasyData.org
1891 Batman
  • Unidentified
  • 1
May 04, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 New York, NY 248 mg, 8.0 x 3.7 EcstasyData.org
1892 Rolex Crown
  • MDMA
  • 1
May 04, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 Las Vegas, NV 269 mg, 8.1 x 4.8 EcstasyData.org
1893 Green Mysteries
  • BZP
  • TFMPP
  • Caffeine
  • MDMA
  • Procaine
  • 3
  • 3
  • 1
  • 1
  • 0.5
May 04, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 Baltimore, MD 309 mg, 8.2 x 5.8 EcstasyData.org
1894 White Lady
  • MDA
  • 1
May 05, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 Baltimore, MD 315 mg, 8.8 x 4.6 EcstasyData.org
1895 Shooting Stars
  • MDMA
  • 1
May 05, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 New York, NY 262 mg, 9.2 x 4.3 EcstasyData.org
1896 Paul Frank
  • MDMA
  • Caffeine
  • 20
  • 1
May 05, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 Madison, WI 291 mg, 8.1 x 5.3 EcstasyData.org
1897 Purple Playboy
  • TFMPP
  • Caffeine
  • BZP
  • 5
  • 4
  • 1
May 05, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 Madison, WI 350 mg, 8.1 x 5.4 EcstasyData.org
1898 Cocaine
  • Cocaine
  • Levamisole
  • 100
  • 1 trace
May 05, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 Deer Park, NY EcstasyData.org
1899 NY Yankee
  • MDMA
  • 1
May 05, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 Deer Park, NY 441 mg, 10.3 x 4.8 EcstasyData.org
1900 Blue Star
  • MDMA
  • Caffeine
  • 5
  • 1
May 05, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 Riverside, CA 294 mg, 8.3 x 5.4 EcstasyData.org
1901 Dragonfly
  • MDMA
  • Caffeine
  • 5
  • 1
May 05, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 Riverside, CA 302 mg, 8.2 x 5.8 EcstasyData.org
1903 Green Cougar
  • MDMA
  • 1
May 05, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 Riverside, CA 238 mg, 8.6 x 4.9 EcstasyData.org
1904 Monkey
  • MDMA
  • Caffeine
  • 3
  • 1
May 05, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 Miami, FL 328 mg, 8.3 x 5.4 EcstasyData.org
1888 Blue Star
  • MDMA
  • 1
Mar 31, 2010 Mar 15, 2010 Bayshore, NY 232 mg, 9.4 x 4.2 EcstasyData.org

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FYI

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  • TFMPP and BZP are piperazines
  • Levamisole is a dangerous adulterant found in Cocaine, and was found in the Cocaine tested last month and pictured above
  • The Purple Dragonfly (Pokeball) above contains caffeine, and is therefore adulterated.  That’s really the first negative we have that is scientifically conclusive about the Pokeball brand of Ecstasy.
  • Outpressed Paul Frank Monkeys (round) seem to be some mix of MDMA and caffeine, and are therefore adulterated.
  • Red New York Yankees are over 400 mgs and contain only MDMA, making them a good bargain due to size and constitution.
  • Blue Stars and Pink Stars (Shooting Stars) are the same dimensions, which would tend to indicate they are from the same press, despite a 20 mg weight discrepancy, which could be explained by chipping, flaking, wear and tear, etc.
  • Of the 19 pills sold as Ecstasy that were tested, 1 pill was pure MDA (White G Ladies, G’s Up/Hoes Down) and that was the only pill to contain any MDA at any ratio.
  • Of the 19 pills sold as Ecstasy that were tested, 8 were pure MDMA.
  • Of the 19 pills sold as Ecstasy that were tested, 5 contained some MDMA but were adulterated.  The worst example being the Green Mystery, from Baltimore, which contained 1 part MDMA to 7.5 parts piperazines, caffeine, and procaine (an anesthetic)
  • Of the 19 pills sold as Ecstasy that were tested, 5 contained absolutely no MDA, MDMA, or MDEA
  • Of the 19 pills sold as Ecstasy that were tested, 5 contained piperazines
  • Of the 19 pills sold as Ecstasy that were tested, 1 contained unidentifiable chemicals (Purple Batmans)
  • Of the 19 pills sold as Ecstasy, 7 contained caffeine

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/06/03/cocaine-users-face-risk-of-skin-rot-weakened-immuned-systems/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/06/04/pillreports-pounds-eroupean-piperazine-problem/

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https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/05/28/yellow-doves-in-miami-are-probably-piperazine-tested/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/05/27/green-butterflies-in-miami-probably-piperazine-tested/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/05/25/different-fake-paul-frank-monkeys-in-central-and-south-florida/

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/05/22/beware-new-england-ladies-green-piperazine-blue-mdxx-both-tested/

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While we are obviously big fans of www.pillreports.com, it is sometimes hard to rely on test results when we are unsure of the scientific competence of the tester.  It is also very hard to go by trip reports that do not include test data.  Though www.pillreports.com is an easier, more user friendly site, and while it’s logic makes perfect sense–that people could just scrape their pills and write up the findings and then email them in, we are not happy with the overall level of scientific acumen.  As technology improves, and test kits improve, we think that pillreports will become an even more useful resource. 

The best resource in terms of specific pill data is www.ecstasy.org, and always has been.  It is more than shameful that their laboratory can not run consistently do to a lack of funding.  It’s a public danger.  People are going to use Ecstasy, whether it is legal or not.  We are those people.  That is why I am resolved to bring the issues regarding these topics to light.  And I’ll never stop.  But www.ecstasy.org will, because losses in funding are inevitable.   

I may have just started this page a few months ago, but already, thousands are coming here to read information about Ecstasy.  Mostly, they are reading reports sent to www.pillreports.com that I have culled from 18-20 year old kids from California, and I want to thank them–the steamrollers of the world–who are sticking pills up their rectum in the name of pleasure, and science.

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/06/01/cali-man-goes-anal-route-with-blue-angry-bomb-pokeball/

While we are unsure of the way some of these young kids identify their colors or after how many seconds, when testing, they are leading us to enlightenment in a very dark age.  We’d ask anyone annoyed by their vernacular or slang to remember the service they are doing the world, and to be grateful.  We also would like to thank www.ecstasy.org for their constant struggle to provide us with the most acurate scientifically based information.

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Too bad they can’t just declare for bankruptcy like Teresa Giudice.  Then they could have a mansion in the burbs and a brand new silver Maserati.

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Because of an adulterant now commonly found in Cocaine called levamisole, a veterinary chemical no longer approved for human consumption, users run the risk of levamisole toxicity, which can cause plaque on the skin and even kill epidermis.

Citation:   Erowid Crew. “Cocaine Adulterated with Levamisole on the Rise: Status as of September 2009” Erowid.org. Oct 1, 2009. http://www.erowid.org/cocaine/cocaine_article2.shtmlIt has long been a practice, particularly among street-level dealers, to “cut” cocaine with diluents in order to increase profits. In the past, cuts have commonly been fairly innocuous materials, such as lactose, mannitol, or niacinamide, chosen because they match the appearance of cocaine, or chemicals such as benzocaine, lidocaine, or procaine, chosen because they cause a localized numbing effect similar to that produced by cocaine. However, in recent years there has been an upsurge in the use of more pharmacologically active chemicals as cocaine adulterants, including compounds such as acetaminophen, atropine, caffeine, hydroxyzine, methylephedrine, diltiazem, methylphenidate (Ritalin), and phenacetin.[DEA microgram 2004] [Vroegop 2009] [Elias 2007] One of the more concerning adulterants that has become increasingly prevalent over the last few years is levamisole, a pharmaceutical veterinary dewormer and a research immunomodulator.

Levamisole is Not New

Although levamisole has been a known adulterant in cocaine since at least 2002,[SAMHSA 2009] on September 21, 2009, the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) made the surprising announcement that levamisole had been found in “over 70 percent of the illicit cocaine analyzed [by the DEA] in July. In addition, a recent analysis in Seattle, Washington found that almost 80 percent of the individuals who test positive for cocaine also test positive for levamisole.”[SAMHSA 2009]

Following the SAMHSA alert, the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) also sent out an email alert, which claimed that levamisole was found in over 50% of cocaine samples tested in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands during a period in 2009.[Ventura 2009] Previous reports by the DEA and testing conducted by a number of other organizations had shown levamisole present in cocaine, but in a much smaller percentage of tested samples than reported by the DEA in August/September 2009. For example, in October 2008, the DEA reported detecting levamisole in 30% of the bricks of cocaine that they analyzed,[DEA Microgram Oct 2008] and Health Canada reported 11% of cocaine samples from April to December 2008 were contaminated with levamisole.[Zhu 2009]

Levamisole Media Blitz

Beginning in late August 2009, a surge of media stories warned about negative health effects and deaths associated with levamisole as a cocaine adulterant, with Google News showing 606 stories in September alone. The death of a popular DJ and Los Angeles club owner, Adam Goldstein “DJ AM”, in late August kept the issue in the news because autopsy-related forensic toxicology results included levamisole among a long list of other drugs detected.

Levamisole Health Risks

As a cocaine adulterant, levamisole is dangerous primarily because it suppresses the immune system of those who are exposed to it. It is also possible that levamisole interacts with cocaine’s stimulant effects and increases acute cardiovascular toxicity, though this is still speculation based on levamisole metabolites (such as aminorex) that have been found to occur in horses. Such metabolites have not been confirmed in humans.

Though it has been used therapeutically in humans for decades, levamisole can cause agranulocytosis (acute neutropenia), a blood disorder characterized by the disappearance of certain types of white blood cells necessary for the proper functioning of the immune system. Agranulocytosis/neutropenia can result in a wide range of problems associated with a weakened immune system including infections throughout the body, high fever, chills, swollen glands, painful sores, and wounds that don’t heal. Left untreated, the condition can result in death. Agranulocytosis can be treated if detected and diagnosed properly.

Because the symptoms of agranulocytosis can be so wide-ranging, because it is an unusual condition, and because levamisole contamination of cocaine is a relatively new problem, it is essential that those seeking medical care for a condition like high fever be honest with their health care providers about the illicit substances they have taken, in order to improve their chances of being diagnosed properly and recovering quickly.

It is likely that people whose immune systems are already compromised by disease or genetic background are more susceptible to the risk of agranulocytosis from levamisole exposure.

http://www.erowid.org/chemicals/cocaine/cocaine_article2.shtml

As well summarized by Erowid, levamisole, in addition to damaging human skin, also leaves humans succeptible to Agranulocytosis or acute neutropenia, a blood disorder which reduces white blood cell count and harms the human immune system.  Please read the above information closely, especially if you are a cocaine user.

https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com/2010/06/09/mays-test-results-from-dancesafe-and-our-analysis/

Though this problem has been known to the scientific community for a little while, the story was widely publicized in today’s New York Daily News.

http://www.nydailynews.com/lifestyle/health/2010/06/03/2010-06-03_cocaine_abusers_face_rotting_skin_due_to_dangerous_ingredient_levamisole.html

On the disease Agranulocytosis resulting from levamisole, Medscape said the following in September of last year:

September 24, 2009 — Levamisole used as an adulterant in cocaine has resulted in 20 confirmed or probable cases of agranulocytosis, including 2 deaths, according to an alert from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

According to the SAMHSA alert, US Drug Enforcement Administration and state testing laboratories report that more than 70% of the illicit cocaine analyzed in July 2009 was positive for levamisole, an antiparasitic drug used by veterinarians to treat worm infestations. This represents an increase over previous reports indicating that levamisole contaminated only 30% of cocaine seized by the Drug Enforcement Agency from July to September 2008. Furthermore, a recent analysis found that almost 80% of the individuals who test positive for cocaine also test positive for levamisole.

http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/709451

Here’s our take on this disturbing news: cocaine users need to seriously worry about this development, especially if they don’t have access to “chip off the block” charlie, which is obviously not adulterated.  Anyone buying cocaine that is completely broken down to powder, and people in rural areas, or those far from points of entry such as port cities, are almost sure to be ingesting cocaine cut with levamisole or similar adulterants.

WWW.eztest.com does offer cocaine testing kits, and since levamisole passes through the body very quickly on intake, blood or urine tests will be less effective in detecting levamisole than if they tested their cocaine prior to ingestion.

Cokeheads are warned.

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