JWH-210 is also known by its systematic number of 4-ethylnaphthalen-1-yl-(1-pentylindol-3-yl)methanone. It has a CAS number of 824959-81-1 and a PubChem Identifier of CID 45270396. Its molecular formula is C26H27NO. Its composition is 84.51 percent Carbon, 7.37 percent Hydrogen, 3.79 percent Nitrogen, and 4.33 percent Oxygen. It has a mass of 369.4987 and a polar surface area of 22. There is an atom count of 55, a bond count of 58, and a cyclomatic number of 4. There is a chain atom count of 9, a chain bond count of 10, an asymmetric atom count of zero, and a rotatable bond count of 7.
What is JWH-210?
From the naphthoylindole family, the JWH-210 drug is an analgesic and potent cannabinoid agonist named for John W Huffman. Huffman discovered the compound, that has Ki values of 0.46nM at CB1 and 0.69nM at CB2. This makes it have a higher binding affinity at CB1 then JWH-122 and JWH-182.
What is JWH-210 used for?
Other than use for a research facility drug, it was used in herbal synthetic cannabis products across the globe. Today it is still able to be bought on the internet, despite it being labeled as a controlled substance and illegal in many countries. Some of the properties of the drug are the same as actual cannabis. This can include euphoria and well-being, but also comes with the potential for abuse and for adverse side effects, such as irritability and anxiety. There are a number of forums online that talk about the drug and share personal accounts of use.