There are more than 120 known chemical variants of synthetic cannabinoids, the active ingredient in synthetic marijuana, Spice and K2.
About 50 of these chemicals are regulated or outlawed in the United States. Manufacturers in China continue to produce new molecules every month in order to bypass existing laws.
On this page, we are attempting to catalogue all of the known chemical variants of synthetic cannabinoids.
If you’d like to add a new synthetic cannabinoid to our list, select “Submit a Name” below.
For a list of more than 500 street names for synthetic cannabinoids, click here.
List of Known Synthetic Cannabinoids
There are currently 125 names in this directory
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5F-JWH-122 (MAM-2201, 4-Methyl-AM-2201) 5F-JWH-210 (EAM-2201, 4-Ethyl-AM-2201) AB-CHMINACA (MA-CHMINACA) ADB-CHMINACA (MAB-CHMINACA) AM-630 (6-Iodopravadoline) JWH-122 (4-Ethyl-JWH-018) JWH-210 (4-Methyl-JWH-018) MDMB-CHMICA (wrongly advertised as MMB-CHMINACA) MMB-2201 (I-AMB, 5F-AMB-PICA)
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