JWH-073 is otherwise known by its systematic name of naphthalen-1-yl-(1-butylindol-3-yl)methanone. There is a CAS number of 208987-48-8 and a PubChem Identifier of CID 10471670. It is a Schedule I drug in the United States with a chemical formula of C23H21NO. There is a composition of 84.37 percent Carbon, 6.46 percent Hydrogen, 4.28 percent Nitrogen and 4.89 percent Oxygen. JWH-073 has an atom count of 46, a bond count of 49, and a cyclomatic number of 4. There is a chain atom count of 6, a chain bond count of 7, an asymmetrical atom count of zero, and a rotatable bond count of 5. There is a mass of 327.4189, a polar surface area of 22, and a solvent accessible surface area of 498.43.
What is JWH-073?
A analgesic from the naphthloylindole family of drugs, JWH-073 is a partial agonist of both the CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors. This was classified as a Schedule I drug in March of 2011 in the United States, and banned from sale by Australia. There is an affinity five times greater at the CB1 subtype level than the CB2 level. It is named for its inventor, John W Huffman.
What is JWH-073 used for?
JWH-073 is a popular addition in many synthetic cannabis blends found in German, especially one called Spice. It has been put in European blends of incense and synthetic cannabis blends since 2010. It is also a recreational drug used to produce effects similar to THC, the active compound in marijuana, and because of this is believed to produce euphoria and a sense of well-being. In the same sense, some of the adverse reactions are possible, such as anxiety and irritability.