Rapid Detect K2 Test

The increased sensitivity of the Rapid Detect K2 Test has been established by an additional independent lab. Testing at a confirming lab in Mew England reported that the Rapid Detect K2/Spice test picked up the presence of K2 at less than 10 ng/ml.

K2 or “Spice” is an illicit drug that is comprised of a mixture of herbs and spices, typically sprayed with a synthetic compound that is chemically similar to THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. The most common chemical compounds of K2 include HU-210, HU-211, JWH-018, and JWH-073. K2 is often marketed in head shops, tobacco shops, or over the Internet as incense or “fake weed.” Unknown product origin and amount of chemical compound on the organic material are just two of the many risks associated with K2/Spice.


  •  Picks up more compounds than any other on-site test
  • The most sensitive K2 on-site test
  • More sensitive than many lab-based tests
  • The only consistently effective K2 on-site test

Street Names

  • Bliss
  • Bombay Bkue
  • Cloud Nine
  • Fake Weed
  • Genie
  • Zohai
The Rapid Detect K2/Spice on-site test is the most sensitive K2 screen on the market, detecting at 25 ng/ml both JWH-018 and JWH-073, compounds used in the majority of K2 products. 98% of K2 presumptive positive samples tested at a leading lab during 2011 contained at least one of these compounds.* Rapid Detect K2/Spice also screens for six other compounds, giving it the widest range of screened K2 compounds:



 Name  Compounds Detected by Rapid Detect K2 Test
JWH-018 5-pentanoic acid metabolite
JWH-018 N-4-hydroxypentyl
JWH-073 4-butanoic acid metabolite
JWH-019 6-hydroxyhexyl
JWH-019 5-hydroxyhexyl
JWH-210 N-(5-carboxypentyl) metabolite C26 H25 NO3
JWH-398 N-pentanoic acid metabolite
MAM2201 N-pentanoic acid metabolite
RCS-4 N-(5-carboxypentyl) metabolite C21 H21 NO4
*Norchem Drug Testing evaluation, April 2012