Not Medical Advice: The metabolites in "K2" can be tested for in a urinalysis for as long as 72 hours after its use. These tests can detect Buzz, Genie, K3, Pot-pourri, spice, and Smoke, just like K2 (since they are all different street names for the same thing). In the Spring of 2011 the DEA placed a nationwide ban on the substance, which restricts the manufacture, purchase and use of any synthetic cannabinoids.
Updated on Monday, February 06 2012 at 11:24AM EST
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