ToxStick K2™

ToxStickK2 K2, commonly known as "Spice", is an illicit drug composed of synthetic cannabinoids that has gained recent popularity for recreational use as an alternative to cannabis. Oranoxis™ provides qualitative drug tests for the most common synthetic cannabinoid compounds. ToxStick K2™ is a rapid screening device for the detection of major K2/synthetic cannabinoids in human urine.

Drug of Abuse
Cut-off Level
JWH-018 5-Pentanoic Acid Metabolite 5
JWH-018 4-Hydroxypentyl Metabolite 50
JWH-073 4-Butanoic Acid Metabolite 5
JWH-073 3-Hydroxybutyl Metabolite 25
AM-2201 Metabolite 250
K2 Parent Drug Mixture 1: (±)-CP 47, 497; (±)-CP 47, 497 C8 Homologue;
HU-211; JWH-200; and JWH-250
K2 Parent Drug Mixture 2: AM-2201, JWH-019, JWH-081, and JWH-122 20

ToxStick K2™ is one of the most sensitive screening devices for the detection of JWH-018 and JWH-073 drug metabolites, and is designed for rapid sample absorption, which can be completed in 5 seconds. ToxStick K2™ is suitable for use in a variety of locations, and is particularly ideal for on-site testing. For any inquiries, please contact us or email us at

  • Screens for the most commonly used synthetic cannabinoid metabolites, JWH-018 and JWH-073
  • JWH-018, JWH-073, and AM-2201 Metabolites can be detected up to 72 hours after drug use
  • Ideal for on-site testing
  • Results can be determined in 10 minutes
  • Flexible flow position – vertical or horizontal
  • Room temperature storage and 24 month shelf-life
  • Adaptable for use with handheld reader
  • Innovative device design allows urine dip to be completed in seconds
  • Easy-to-use and non-invasive drug screening device
  • Disposable after use
  • Premium packaging option available
  • ToxStick K2™ is CE marked for quality compliance with European IVD Directive 98/79/EC
The following instructional video demonstrates the procedure for ToxStick K2™. For more information on using ToxStick K2™, please download available documents.

Synthetic cannabis is made of a mixture of herbs that have been treated with synthetic cannabinoid compounds, and is commonly known as “K2” or “Spice.” Synthetic cannabinoids JWH-018 and JWH-073 are among the most commonly used ingredients in K2. The effects of K2 include agitation, delusions, disorientation, hypertension, psychosis, paranoia, sedation, hallucinations, and seizures.

Perhaps due to structural dissimilarities, K2 can be up to 100 to 800 times more potent than THC. Because K2 is a relatively new drug, there is a lack of research and information on the possible effects it may have on humans. K2 has gained widespread popularity regardless of its potential to cause harm to personal health and public safety. As a result, K2 has been illegalized and banned in many countries around the world.