JWH 018 Spray




JWH 018 Spray synthetic cannabinoid is a chemical compound that mimics the effects of THC, the principal active ingredient in cannabis.  Initially developed as therapeutic agents for pain management, they bind to cannabinoid receptors in the brain.  Many herbal mixtures are spray with these psychoactive chemicals, which are then sold as “fake weed” or “synthetic marijuana.”  These chemicals are commonly found in herbal smoking blends, such as JWH-018 and JWH-073.  In some products and preparations, JWH-250, JWH-081, and CP47/CP497 have also begun to appear.

What is the purpose of synthetic cannabinoids?

Synthetic cannabinoids JWH 018 Spray and JWH-073 are legal in most states today.  Listed in herbal smoke and incense products like K2, Spice, Serenity, and others as having a high four times stronger than marijuana, JWH-018 and JWH-073 have been report to have a high four times stronger than marijuana.

In many “headshops” around the country and on the Internet, herbal smoking products are often lac with synthetic cannabinoids.  Incense or herbal smoking products are often use by users seeking a “legal high” because they do not show up on standard urine drug tests.  To smoke the product, users wrap joints, smoke pipes, or use vaporizers to inhale fumes.  An infusion or solvent process can be use to ingest herbal blends or pure chemical concoctions, allowing users to manage the potency and dose of the active ingredients.

Can synthetic cannabinoids (“synthetic marijuana”) still be purchase in stores?

Several, local and state laws regulate the sale of synthetic cannabinoids in the UK 1 In July 2012, a national ban was enact against the sale of synthetic cannabinoids. On the streets, synthetic cannabinoids may still be sold illegally even though they are illegal in the United States.

Spice or K2 has been market as incense in colorful three-ounce pouches or vials and labeled “not for human consumption”. It was legal and easy to get from convenience stores, tobacco shops and online in the mid-2000s, so it became increasingly popular with high school students and young adults.

Spice or “K2” is widely believe to be safe, non-toxic, and produces a similar psychoactive (mind-altering) effect as regular marijuana. The use of synthetic cannabinoids has been associated with a number of serious toxicities that have been report in case reports and surveys, and some users have had to seek emergency treatment in hospital emergency rooms as a result. Compared to natural marijuana, synthetic cannabinoids can be more potent and have more dangerous side effects due to the chemicals used to produce them. Neither the chemicals nor their by-products have a well-established pharmacological profile.

JWH-018, JWH-073, JWH-250, and other synthetic cannabinoids have what effects?

The primary cannabinoid receptor agonists JWH-018, JWH-073, JWH-250, and other similar compounds are among the numerous compounds found in herbal incense and smoke blends and produce euphoric and psychoactive effects similar to marijuana.  Although they do not contain cannabis, synthetic cannabinoids are report to produce effects up to four times stronger than THC/marijuana.

It takes a while for the high to kick in, but then it is surprisingly powerful.  In addition to agitation, rapid heart rate, confusion, dizziness, and nausea, there have been many reports of adverse effects.  Synthetic marijuana products were warn about by the American Association of Poison Control Centers in March 2010.  We do not know how these research chemicals will affect us in the long run.

What are the brand names of herbal incense?

Herbal smoking products marketed under popular brand names, such as K2, K3, Spice, Genie, Smoke, Pot-pourri, Buzz, Pulse, Hush, Mystery, Earthquake, Ocean Blue, Stinger, Serenity, and others, are among the most popular smoking products for obtaining a “legal high.”  RTL maintains a list of the compositions and concentrations of various products, brands, and preparations.  However, the FDA does not regulate these products and maintains that they are not suitable for human consumption.  The risk of overdosing increases when ingredients are not label properly or potency is not measure.  It has been report that many popular brands are now counterfeit or fake, complicating labeling and dose concerns.

Do these chemicals have legal status?

Although JWH-018 and JWH-073 are legal under federal law, they are bann in several states as well as by the USA armed forces.  There is currently only one state where JWH-250 is illegal.  It is likely that these compounds will be subject to legal restrictions across the country.  A number of European countries have also banned them, including Britain, France, Germany, Poland, Russia, and South Korea.  It was label a “drug and chemical of concern” by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in 2009.

Spice and K2 contain what chemicals?

These synthetic agents contain the same cannabinoid compounds found in natural marijuana, which activate the same receptors. Two compounds have been identified:

  • HU-210
  • CP 47,497 and homologues
  • JWH-018
  • JWH-073
  • JWH-398
  • JWH-250
  • Oleamide

As a result, synthetic cannabinoids can have more powerful, unpredictable, or dangerous effects than marijuana because some of the synthetic compounds bind more strongly to THC receptors. The average amount of THC in marijuana is 100 times less powerful than some synthesized compounds. Synthetic chemicals may cause extreme anxiety and paranoia in some users due to their stronger binding to THC receptor sites.

It is important to note that the chemical composition of illicit designer drugs may be unknown, and some products may be combin with other toxic chemicals. As reported by NPR, synthetic cannabinoids were lac with fentanyl in Connecticut in 2018.

This product contains chemicals with a high potential for abuse and no medical benefits. Many active chemicals found in synthetic cannabinoids have been designat as Schedule I controlled substances by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), making them illegal to sell, buy, or possess. DEA monitors and updates the list of banned cannabinoid derivatives regularly in order to ensure manufacturers do not violate these legal restrictions. Manufacturers attempt to circumvent these restrictions by substituting different chemicals in their mixtures.

Buying JWH liquid spray online without a prescription

Some brands label their products as “herbal incense” while others call them “herbal smoking blends”. Regardless of the type of product, users usually smoke it. Synthetic cannabis does not test positive in drug tests for cannabis, but its metabolites can be detect in human urine.  The JWH-018 liquid is available for purchase (Spray).

Foliage leaves should be weigh exactly 2 ounces.  You will be able to determine how potent your incense is based on how many foliages leaves you to have to use.  A little under 20 mg of JWH per ounce of foliage leaves is deriv using 1gram of JWH.  There are many similarities between it and the K2 summit.

Liquid Spray JWH 073 is available for order

It is recommend not to add more JWH 018 Spray if you want a blend that is less potent.  Spray your JWH mixture over the top of the foliage after spreading foliage evenly into the baking dish.  Spraying evenly is very important!  Hotspots are not something you want.

There are hotspots when too much JWH is present on a single leaf.  Mix the foliage around with your gloves after spraying the tops of the foliage, and re-spread it out over the entire baking dish mixture evenly throughout the dish. Continue this process until all the JWH mixture is gone.

The best way to dry incense is to let it sit overnight.  Drying JWH 018 Spray incense often results in clumps.  It is simply a matter of breaking up clumps and mixing well.  Incense can be flavor with flavor extracts and drops only after it has dried.

Incense of high quality has now been made in 2 ounces!  Have fun and always be safe!