14 thoughts on “Urine Test For Spice And K2

  1. Does synthetic marijuana show on hair test?
    I know someone who smoked fake pot…also was taking some ibprophen and some antibiotics failed a drug screen for thc…now keep in mind only smoked fake week…now waiting on a hair test…will any of that show on a hair test?

    • IGNORE EVERYTHING LISA WROTE; she is wrong, as she often is. And the other poster is partially wrong; hair drug tests do not go back years, and they need 30 to 70 strands of hair, not 1. Its not a DNA test.

      ALL chemicals DO NOT show up in a hair test. Hair is NOT LIKE TREE RINGS.

      Standard hair drug tests ONLY test for:
      amphetamines
      cocaine
      marijuana
      opiates
      PCP

      for additional costs they can check for additional drugs and metabolites including: alcohol metabolites and nicotine metabolites. But that DOES NOT MEAN the test picks up everything. Not only would that be extremely expensive, it would be impossible. There are tens of thousands of drugs on market, no drug test company is going to research ways to pick up metabolites for miconazole (vaginal yeast infection drug) because there would be no need to research ways to test for it. They don’t just put your hair in a box and a computer spits out every legal and illegal drug you ever did. That’s NOT how it works Lisa.

      There are a few labs that have FOUND a way to test for spice, k2, bath salts, etc., at considerable research expense. They charge extra fees to do those special tests on hair and in urine. Whether or not your employer is using one of those labs AND is willing to pay additional costs is unknown but odds are still good they won’t check for it. Not enough labs have that capability yet, and many employers aren’t willing to pay additional expense anyway. But give them time, in the future the test will become more routine and cheaper to test for it.
      And additional WRONG information from Lisa; there are 5 schedules used not 1. Marijuana is under schedule I, among other drugs;

      And cocaine, meth etc., is schedule II

      So ALL illegal drugs are NOT under schedule I.

      Nixon DID NOT create the schedule system either. But he did make marijuana illegal under schedule I. Possibly to go after the hippies but that has NOT been proven.

      I wish Lisa would bother to look up the facts when she is unaware of what she is talking about instead of just writing nonsense.

      http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20110118005646/en/Redwood-Toxicology-Laboratory-Introduces-Designer-Stimulant-Testing

      http://www.passahairdrugtest.com/hair_drug_testing_faq.php

  2. How long does spice stay in your system?
    I have been smoking spice for almost 2 months daily because im on probation and i have court date coming up and they tested me yesterday and said they were testing for everything including spice I went in high on GDS but it says” this product does not contain jwh-018 and all those other ones so i guess what im asking is could they even test me for it?

    • Synthetic cannabis is a psychoactive herbal and chemical product which, when consumed mimics the effects of cannabis. It is best known by the brand names K2[1] and Spice,[2] both of which have largely become genericized trademarks used to refer to any synthetic cannabis product. (It is also for this reason that synthetic cannabis is often referred to as spice product, due to the latter.) A type of synthetic cannabis sold in Australasia is known as Kronic.

      When synthetic cannabis blends first went on sale in the early 2000s it was thought that they achieved an effect through a mixture of legal herbs. Laboratory analysis in 2008 showed this was not the case and that they in fact contained synthetic cannabinoids which act on the body in a similar way to cannabinoids naturally found in cannabis, such as THC. A large and complex variety of synthetic cannabinoids, most often cannabicyclohexanol, JWH-018, JWH-073, or HU-210, are used in an attempt to avoid the laws which make cannabis illegal, making synthetic cannabis a designer drug. It has been sold under various brand names, online, in head shops and at some gas stations.

      It is often marketed as “herbal incense”, however some brands market their products as “herbal smoking blends”. In either case the products are usually smoked by users. Although synthetic cannabis does not produce positive results in drug tests for cannabis, it is possible to detect its metabolites in human urine. The synthetic cannabinoids contained in synthetic cannabis products have been made illegal in many European countries. On November 24, 2010, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency announced it would make five synthetic cannabinoids Schedule I drugs within a month using emergency powers.[3] Prior to the announcement, several US states had already made them illegal under state law. As of March 1, 2011, five cannabinoids, JWH-018, JWH-073, CP-47,497, JWH-200, and cannabicyclohexanol are now illegal in the US.[4]
      Spice does not cause a positive drug test for cannabis or other illegal drugs using GC-MS-screening with library search, multi-target screening by LC-MS/MS, or immunological screening procedures.[18][30] A study has been conducted into the detection of metabolites of JWH-018 in urine; the metabolites are mainly conjugates with glucuronic acid and can be reliably detected by GC–MS/MS and LC–MS/MS.[32]

      So, yes, it can be detected, and if you have been smoking it daily, I do hope the test finds it, and your probation is revoked. You obviously aren’t taking the conditions of your probation seriously.

  3. Do urine drug screens in a doctors office test for the use of Spice.?
    If you don’t know what it is don’t answer.I need to know if an office in Arizona would test for it or its metabolites.

    • Spice is not an illicit or illegal drug and no they will not test for it.
      Synthetic cannabis is a herbal and chemical product which mimics the effects of cannabis. It is best known by the brand names K2[1] and Spice.
      Spice does not cause a positive drug test for cannabis or other illegal drugs using GC-MS-screening with library search, multi-target screening by LC-MS/MS, or immunological screening procedures.[17][26] A study has been conducted into the detection of metabolites of JWH-018 in urine, the metabolites are mainly conjugates with glucuronic acid and can be reliably detected by GC–MS/MS and LC–MS/MS.[28]

  4. How to pass Urine test for Spice?
    I recently smoked some Spice (aka K2, Syntetic mraijuana) it was “legal devil, strawberry flavor” and i need to know how long it stays in your system and how i can pass the test within 5 days.
    ( i dont need all you idiots sayin like “dont smoke” or ” smokeing give you cancer” and that kinda stuff, i just need legit answers

  5. Does alcohol and k2/spice show up in a hair folicle drug test?
    I just want to know because my parents are testing me and I’m going to a party.

  6. How long does spice stay in your system?
    If a person smoked marijuana, it takes about 1 month to get out of your system. Then how long does spice Or K2 stay in your system?
    Spice or K-2 Is a Synthetic cannanaboid “THC” how Long it stay in your system?

    • The main active chemicals in Spice or K2 is JWH-018 and JWH-073. There are only 2 labs that I know of that can test for JWH metabolites in blood/urine at this time. Redwood Toxicology states that it can detect JWH-018 within 72 hours of use.

      Don’t worry though, I don’t expect JWH to be tested in any standard drug tests anytime soon!

      Keep up to date @ http://www.jwh-info.com

  7. What (illegal) drugs leave your system the fastest? Also, what drugs don’t show up on urine tests?
    Yes, I understand the risks of taking drugs and getting high, etc. But I am not asking any of you to lecture me on what’s right and wrong, just answer my questions. What illegal drugs leave your system the fastest (also put how long each of these drugs take to leave. and when I say “leave” I mean so that traces of the drug don’t come out on a urine test), and which (illegal) drugs do not show up on urine tests at all? Thank you.

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