Buy JWH-203 online
Buy JWH-203 online from out trusted online shop. JWH-203 (1-pentyl-3-(2-chlorophenylacetyl)indole) is an analgesic chemical from the phenylacetylindole family that acts as a cannabinoid agonist with approximately equal affinity at both the CB1 and CB2 receptors, having a Ki of 8.0 nM at CB1 and 7.0 nM at CB2. It was originally discovered by, and named after, Dr. John W. Huffman, but has subsequently been sold without his permission as an ingredient of synthetic cannabis smoking blends. Similar to the related 2′-methoxy compound JWH-250, the 2′-bromo compound JWH-249, and the 2′-methyl compound JWH-251, JWH-203 has a phenylacetyl group in place of the naphthoyl ring used in most aminoalkylindole cannabinoid compounds, and has the strongest in vitro binding affinity for the cannabinoid receptors of any compound in the phenylacetyl group.
Unexpectedly despite its weaker CB1 Ki in vitro, the 2-methylindole derivative JWH-204 is actually more potent than JWH-203 in animal tests for cannabinoid activity, though it is still weaker than JWH-249.
What is Spice and K2?
The terms Spice and K2 refer to commercially available products that have been sprayed with research chemicals called synthetic cannabinoids but do not contain any cannabis (marijuana) components. Synthetic cannabinoid products are manufactured in Asia and then sold in local markets throughout the U.S. including gas stations, liquor stores, convenient stores, smoke shops, or on the Internet under the brand names “K2,” “Spice,” “Chronic Spice,” “Spice Gold,” “Spice Silver,” “Stinger,” “Yucatan Fire,” “Skunk,” “Pulse,” “Black Mamba,” “Mystery,” “Red X Dawn,” “Zohai,” “Mr. Nice Guy,” “Spicylicious,” “K3,” “K3 Legal,” “Earthquake,” or “Genie.” This listing of names only covers some of the brand names, where more brand names crop up very often.
Those brand names don’t even begin to cover all of the different types of similar product on the market today. Synthetic cannabinoids are being sold as incense and the contents (and websites) sometimes have warning labels “NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION” but in reality they are marketed purely for human consumption. Late in 2010 the boom of Spice/K2 knockoffs is growing incredibly, with the newer products not even bothering to label their product “NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION”.