Drugsbunny schreef:Is er niet een fenomeen van vroeger dat 'roze speed'' altijd harde shit was ?
En dat men een beetje op deze succesverhalen wilt teren
It is not uncommon for street speed to be off-white, yellowish or brown in colour, although these are not the only variations. While the colour is by no means a gauge for what is in your speed, some causes of discolouration are listed below. It should be noted that some dealers add food colouring to their product to make it seem more appealing or merely for ease of identification.
* RED: The product was made from pseudoephedrine tablets, and the red colouring of the tablet was not adequately washed away (it is difficult).
* ORANGE: Ephedrine sulphate was used, and some of the sulphate was reduced to sulphur.
* PURPLE: Iodine from a phosphorus-iodine reaction was not washed out.
* GREEN: Copper (or other metallic) salts somehow made their way in to the mixture, probably due to the reaction vessel used in the manufacture.
* BROWN: Oxidized red colouring (see above), or tabulating agent was present in the reduction.
JongGeleerd schreef:Pseudoephidrine is toch hetzelfde als de basis voor meth?
Dan zit dat er misschien door, waardoor mensen het zo hard vonden....
The main form of amphetamine sold in the UK has up until recently, been Amphetamine Sulphate powder. Colour ranges from white, off-white, grey, yellow, and pink.
The seizures and collected samples referred to various physical forms, mostly powders of different colours (white, off-white, yellow, and to a lesser extent beige, brown and pink) found in all the countries that reported detections
Poland: On 17 October 2011 the NFP reported a seizure of 4 samples of powder 2g each, 2x light yelow, 2 x light pink
The Netherlands reported that there had been 1560 amphetamine samples (powders) analysed in 2011 (14). Of these, 81 samples contained amphetamine in combination with 4-methylamphetamine; 27 samples contained 4-methylamphetamine only; and, 37 samples contained minimal amounts of 4-methylamphetamine. A further 461 amphetamine samples (powders) have been analysed in 2012. Of these, 30 samples contained amphetamine in combination with a substantial amount of 4-methylamphetamine; 11 samples contained
4-methylamphetamine only; and, 44 samples contained minimal amounts of 4-methylamphetamine.
Overall these seizures were mostly from production locations.
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