K2 & Spice / Synthetic Cannabinoid THC Dip Card 25/Box

K2 & Spice / Synthetic Cannabinoid THC Dip Card 25/Box

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4-11 $32.25 $1.29
12-19 $30.50 $1.22
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Product SKU: HDK2-114
Manufacturer: Healgen Scientific
Shipping Weight: 1.25 pounds
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Description: K2 & Spice / Synthetic Cannabinoid THC Dip Card 25/Box

This is an instant urine test for synthetic marijuana, also known as 'spice'; 'k2', among many other names. This test targets 2 federally banned, yet prevalent, synthetic cannabinoids in urine: JWH-018 & JWH-073. The K2 Spice test kit manufactured by Healgen Scientific one of the industry leaders for substance abuse testing.

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FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Qualitative detection of JWH-018 and JWH-073 (federally banned) metabolites in urine at 30 ng/mL cutoff level
  • Targets abuse of many “herbal”smoking blends including: K2, K3, Spice, Genie, Black Mombo, Pot-pouri, Buzz more
  • On site results in 5 minutes
  • Simple procedure: collect, dip, read results
  • Average window of detection is 72 hours following a single low dose; in case of chronic use the window is much longer
  • Perform initial screening and order further lab testing for enhanced accuracy
  • Complete collection & confirmation kits available federally banned yet prevalent synthetic cannabinoids in urine

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 Synthetic Cannabinoid THC Package Insert

PRODUCT PROCEDURE NOTE:
Refer to product insert for complete instructions, limitations, and warnings. For in vitro diagnostic use only. This assay provides only a preliminary analytical test result. A more specific alternate chemical method must be used in order to obtain a confirmed analytical result. Gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) is the preferred confirmatory method. Clinical consideration and professional judgement should be applied to any drug of abuse test result, particularly when preliminary positive results are indicated.