Xylazine Test Strips (Box of 100)


Manufactured by the California-based company, WHPM, and developed with the assistance and expertise of DanceSafe founder, Emanuel Sferios, our xylazine test strips can detect even small amounts of xylazine contamination in powdered and pressed tablet opioids. (At this time, there is no reason to test non-opioids for xylazine, but always test them for fentanyl.)

Comes with one printed instruction sheet. Download full instructions here.

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Buy five or more and get them for $109.00 per box.

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Additional information

Weight 10 oz

Full Instructions

More Information

What is Xylazine?

Xylazine, also known as “tranq” is a non-opioid veterinary tranquilizer being found in the U.S. illicit drug supply. Xylazine has become a popular cut in black market opioids, such as fentanyl and heroin. However, xylazine is a sedative, not an opioid, making it resistant to the opioid reversal drug, Naloxone.

Xylazine causes strong drowsiness, amnesia, slowed breathing and heart rate, and low blood pressure. When cut with opioids, the combined sedation can increase the risk of overdose, drug-related injury, and death. Frequent use of xylazine can cause severe ulcers, abscesses, necrosis, and other wounds to the skin, which may appear far from injection sites, and can also occur due to smoking, snorting, swallowing, and other means of ingestion.

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