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What is RCS-8 ?
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RCS-8 is a synthetic cannabinoid that has been identify as a component of several different herbal incense products.
As an analog of JWH 250, a cyclohexylethyl ring at the indole nitrogen replaces the pentyl chain. Though speculations to be less potent than JWH 250, the biological activity of RCS-8 has not been report.
RCS-8 (also call as 1-(2-cyclohexylethyl)-3-(2-methoxyphenylacetyl)indole, SR-18, and BTM-8) is a synthetic cannabinoid that has been discover as an ingredient of “herbal” synthetic cannabis blends.
It can be describe as an analogue of JWH-250 with the 1-pentyl group replace by 1-(2-cyclohexylethyl)
and can be expect to be less potent than JWH-250 (cf. JWH-007 and its cyclohexylethyl analogue).
Despite not having any report in the scientific or patent literature as yet, repute recreational use of RCS-8 in the United States has led to it being specifically listed in a proposed 2011 amendment.
RCS-8 (1-(2-cyclohexylethyl)-3-(2-methoxyphenylacetyl)indole) is a phenylacetylin-dole whose synthesis is unpublish but similar structures were synthesize.
However RCS-8 is identify in the US in 2012 and was initially name together with RCS-4, a benzoylindole without structural similarity.
RCS-8 is more closely related to JWH-250, sharing the phenylacetylin-dole structure and 2′-methoxy group.
The methoxy group also is present in JWH-081, 4-methoxy-AM2201, RCS-4, and WIN 48,098
RCS-8 to date is the only seiz synthetic cannabinoid to contain a cyclohexylethyl moiety attached to the indole nitrogen.
RCS-8 is dissolve in methanol and incubated at a final concentration of 10 µmol/l with 1 ml solution containing 1.3 million pool
cryopreserved human hepatocytes from three different donors