JWH-018 Powder for sale
What is JWH-018 Powder?
JWH-018 also called AM-678, or Naphthalen-1-yl-(1-pentylindol-3-yl)methanone, is a synthetic cannabinoid containing a substituted indole structure. This indole core is shared with other cannabinoid substances including PB-22, 5F-PB-22, JWH-018, and AM 2201.JWH-018 Powder for sale
JWH-018 is substituted at R1 with a pentyl chain. Additionally, the indole core is substituted at R3 with a carbonyl group which is also bonded to a naphthalene moiety. Naphthalene is a bicyclic structure of two fused benzene rings. This carbonyl bridge of JWH-018 classifies it as a ketone.
The recreational use of synthetic cannabinoids has increased over the past several years. In particular, several aminoindoles have gained worldwide popularity due to the prevalence of online suppliers (1, 2). Until recently, these compounds were sold with no legal restrictions in the United States. Recently, however, the United States Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) listed five such compounds as emergency scheduled substances (3, 4). Following that decision, the DEA was required to file a Notice of Intent to allow distributors at least 30 days to eliminate all remaining stocks of these substances. During that time, online retailers encouraged customers to stockpile the chemicals in anticipation of the end of legal sales. In the case of one supplier, 100 g of complimentary drug was added to randomly selected orders placed over December 15–17, 2010.
Two of the recently scheduled drugs are JWH-018 [1-pentyl-3-(1-naphthoyl)indole] and JWH-073 [1-butyl-3-(1-naphthoyl)indole]. These drugs have been identified in herbal blends that are sold as legal alternatives to marijuana (5). Furthermore, these drugs have been linked to side effects that required medical attention in recreational users (6, 7).
Suppliers purport to provide drugs with greater than 99% purity, yet provide no documentation in support of these claims, either online or included as a certificate of analysis with the shipment. Thus, it would be of interest to know the relative purity of the chemicals that are almost certainly being diverted to recreational street use. Impurities left from the manufacturing process could account for toxicities reported by some users, and here we address this possibility. We report the purity and some physical characteristics of JWH-018 and JWH-073 obtained from several different sources.http://authenticchemicals.com/