One of the first things that most people want to know when they first hear about K2 is that they exactly what is in it, or more specifically, they want to know what makes K2 synthetic marijuana different from authentic marijuana.
In theory, this seems like it would be a very simple question to answer, but it really isn’t. The exact ingredients found in K2 have been a closely guarded secret. There are only a handful of people in the world that really know what goes into authentic K2 incense.
K2 was first introduced to the world early in the twenty-first century. At the time, consumers were told that it was nothing more than a perfectly legal mix of some different herbs which were both legal and natural. This was a good enough answer for some people, but it irritated others. Even though they weren’t going to be eating the K2 incense, they still wanted to know what they were using during their yoga and meditation sessions. It wasn’t until 2008 that it an analysis was performed in a laboratory that showed that the originally theories about the creation of K2 weren’t entirely true. According to the lab results, K2 did contain many perfectly legal ingredients, but the results also turned up synthetic cannabinoids.
While it is possible that the herbs alone would have been enough to make the K2 incense stand out from all of the other brands of incense that are currently on the market, and most people feel that it is the addition of these synthetic cannabinoids that really set K2 apart from other types of incense. It turns out that when the human body comes into contact with the synthetic cannabinoids it experiences very similar reactions to what it would experience when exposed to herbal cannabis. This is the reason why so many people find that they have an easier time relaxing when they burn K2 incense instead of other brands of incense. Lab results indicate that there are five separate synthetic cannabinoids in each batch of K2 incense.
Another ingredient that is typically found in K2 incense is Tocopherols. Tocopherols are a compound of chemicals that exhibit the same type of activity as Vitamin E.
In addition to the Tocopherols, and the synthetic cannabinoids, there are also several herbs that are used to make K2 incense. The exact recipe for the K2 incense is a closely guarded secret that only the actual manufacturers and the lab that did the 2008 tests know. However, it is widely accepted that a majority of the ingredients found in K2 are either botanical, which would explain the sweet scent of the incense, or herbal which is why so many people find the K2 so very relaxing.
The herbs that are used to make the K2 incense are from all corners of the globe, and they are blended in such a way as to create a pleasant and soothing scent that is able to linger in the air for quite some time.
K2 Incense Lab Testing Report
As you can see from our official lab testing results provided by Research Triangle Park Laboratories, Inc. (one of the premier providers of analytical laboratory services for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology industry) official K2 incense contains none of the potentially dangerous chemicals banned by the DEA.