Test for Synthetic Marijuana or K2 Spice
Spice or synthetic marijuana is a psycho-active herbal and chemical product that when consumed or smoked, mimics the effects of cannabis. It is best known by the brand names K2 and Spice, both of which have largely become general trademarks used to refer to any synthetic marijuana product. It is often marketed as “herbal incense”; however, some brands market their products as “herbal smoking blends”. In either case, the products are usually smoked by users. Although synthetic cannabis does not produce positive results in drug tests for cannabis, it is possible to detect their metabolites in human urine with the drug test kits below.
Metabolites of K2 and Spice are JWH-018 Pentanoic Acid, JWH-081-N-4-Hydroxypentyl, JWH-081-N-5-Hydroxypentyl, AM-2201-N-4-Hydroxypentyl, RCS-4-N-5-Carboxypentyl, JWH-073 Butanoic Acid, JWH-073-N-4-Hydroxybutyl, JWH-250-N-5-Hydroxyindole and JWH-200-N-6-Hydroxyindole.