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What about test kits for those living in other states?
While reading the comments here I came to think about the idea that only legalisation and controlled delivery by the state can end, well at least nip in the bud this war on drugs that is running more and more rampant each year.
I know that the pharmaceutical industry and the academics are trying to find a good substitution drug for cocaine addicts comparable with methadone or sibutex for opiate addicts, one that doesn't provide euphoria and is a partial agonist at the neurotransmitter receptor site.
Perhaps it would be a better idea, although somewhat unethical, to research compounds that give a similar effect as cocaine (thus including the unethical factor, euphoria) but with the highest possible safety margin and synthesized in an economical fashion by the industry (regulated by the government of course, free market for narcotics would be very unwise needless to say).
In this manner a country can produce its own and take care of its addicts, the emphasis on kicking the habit and the reintroduction into society, and not having to rely the importation of such a dangerous goods ike cocaine. In that way the motherland can take full control over production, distribution and medical care of its troubled citizens.
Its a long shot but I wonder if any blood samples still exist to test?
In other words, if the dealer isn't selling cocaine with levamisole, he's getting it from someone else, and should therefore be taken care of.