Synthetic Marijuana

Synthetic cannabinoid compounds, found to be 4 to 100 times stron­ger than marijuana, are deceptively marketed as incense or herbal smoke products and sold under names such as K2, K3 Legal, Spice, Syn, Haze, Cloud Nine and many others.  This is a Lab based test since instants tests aren’t yet proven to be accurate enough, in our opinion, at this time.  The average window of detection is 72 hours following a single low dose; in case of chronic use the window is much longer.  The product is usually smoked by wrapping it in joints, smoking it in pipes, making into a tea, or inhaling fumes via vaporizers.

Concerns about the use of synthetic marijuana, known mostly as K2 or Spice, prompted its inclusion in the 2011 Monitoring the Future survey for the first time. Surprisingly, 11.4% of 12th graders reported past year use.

Product:  You will receive everything you need to send the urine sample to the lab without having to leave your home.  The prepaid 1st class shipping box, form, instructions and specimen cup are all included.  Once you have the sample it should takes 3 to 5 minutes to complete the process and about 6 business days to get the results via email or fax.

To order call 757-469-3921.  If no one answers, leave a message and we will get back to you shortly.

$44 each

2 for $84

Important facts:

Synthetic cannabinoids are chemical compounds that mimic the effect of THC, the principle active ingredient of cannabis. Like THC, they bind to cannabinoid receptors in the brain and were initially developed as therapeutic agents for the treatment of pain. However, these psychoac­tive research chemicals are frequently being sprayed on herbal mixtures and sold as “fake weed” or “synthetic marijuana.”

They are readily available via the internet and in many head (smoke) shops around the country.  Users looking for a marijuana-like high often turn to these herbal smoking or incense products because they do not show up on a standard urine drug test.

There have been many reports about the adverse effects including agitation, rapid heart rate, confusion, dizziness and nausea. According to the American Association of Poison Control Centers, the number of human exposure calls relating to synthetic cannabinoids increased 139% between 2010 and 2011.