Thursday, July 21, 2016

How to catch "date rape drug" with Nail Polish

How to catch "date rape drug" with Nail Polish

By: Arlene Gentallan

        Nowadays, it's hard to know who to trust. Fearing someone slipped "roofies" into your drink? check out this latest breakthrough. It's a nail polish that can detect "date rape drug" on your drinks invented by four college students of North Carolina State University--Ankesh Madan, Stephen Gray, Tasso Von Windheim, and Tyler Confrey-Maloney.
 

They called the nail polish "Undercover Colors." Simply dip a finger into your drink and you'll know if someone put roofies in it because your nail polish will instantly change color.
Drug rape drugs "club drugs" such as GHB, Rohypnol, and Xanax are tasteless, colorless and odorless so it's nearly impossible to detect. It can be slipped into drinks to aid the criminal in committing heinous crimes like sexual assault. It's effect on the victim includes confusion and loss of consciousness. It's a dangerous drug because the victim may have totally no memory or recollection of what happened.

Undercover Colors is already gaining popularity although it's still in the process of development.