5 Test Strips

DRINK SPIKE TEST

160,00

As featured in The Times, Cosmopolitan, Evening Standard, Daily Mail, Mumsnet, Telegraph, The Sun, and Metro; and used by UK universities, bars and police forces.

Check Your Drink (CYD) has pioneered an easy to use drug detection strip that tests for both GHB and Ketamine, the two most widely used drink spiking drugs.

Both the GHB test and the Ketamine test have been developed and validated for the detection of these drugs by two independent bodies; the Clinical Trials Laboratory Services (CTLS) and Homerton University Hospital in 2013. Each test has been tested against a large range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to check for false positives.

Each pack contains 10 test strips. Simply put a drop of your drink on to each of the two test areas on a strip, and if the pink area turns blue or the yellow area turns orange, then your drink has been compromised.

Bringing a CYD pack with you on a night out could help protect you and your friends from that risk.

Description

Thousands of people have their drink spiked every year. Many incidents happen in clubs, at festivals or on holiday and go unreported due to embarrassment or memory loss. Some cases can lead to sexual assault or mugging. We can all help to protect ourselves from this danger.

 

What is CYD?

CYD® (Check Your Drink) is a drink spiking detection test.

It has been developed with expert chemists in the UK to help combat drink spiking.

CYD tests for Ketamineand GHB.

 

How do you use the test?

It’s really simple, just apply a drop of drink to the yellow & pink test papers. If either test paper changes to orange or blue, DON’T DRINK!

You can also test vomit if necessary.

 

What are some symptoms of being spiked?

  • Feeling unusually drunk when you haven’t

had any or enough alcohol to feel that way.

  • Sudden sweating or temperature change.
  • Increase in dizziness, disorientation,

hallucinations or blurred vision.

  • Loss of bowel or bladder control.
  • Nausea and vomiting.
  • Loss of feeling in limbs.
  • Memory loss or “blackouts”

How else do I protect myself?

  • Try not to go out on your own and go with

family/friends – look out for each other!

  • Let someone know where you’re going and

what time you expect to be home.

  • If possible, make plans for your journey

home at the beginning of your evening.

  • Never leave your drinks unattended.
  • Don’t finish your drink if you think its spiked.
  • If you or your friends start behaving strangely or are unusually unwell, take a CYD test. If the test is positive, seek help from bar staff or trusted friends to get you safely home.
  • Support your friends – stay with them until they feel better.
  • Be aware of the overly friendly stranger.
  • Don’t ever give out your address to someone you’ve just met.
  • If you are traveling abroad, be aware of the local area and where you can find help. Drink spiking is a global problem. Take some CYD tests with you.
  • When in bars or clubs, get your drink directly from the bartender. Keep your meyes on your order. If you leave your drink munattended, be wary of going back to it.
  • Ultimately, go out and have lots of fun but be safe and support one another!

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