Rapid Drug Tests for Synthetic Marijuana - Spice/K2 (SCA)

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Drug of Abuse: Synthetic Marijuana or K2 Spice

What are K2 and Spice? It is a class of Cannabinoid, which is a chemical compound found in marijuana plants. K2 and Spice are names used to describe a group of synthetic (human-made) cannabinoids. They’re made from dried plant materials that have been sprayed with the synthesized chemical.

Spice or synthetic marijuana is a psychoactive 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 synthetic marijuana.

It is often marketed as “herbal incense”; however, some brands market their products as “herbal smoking blends.” Synthetic cannabis cannot be detected with a regular test; however, it is possible to detect it in human urine with a rapid K2/ Spice test.

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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.

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