The scene in Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighborhood on Tuesday afternoon resembled something from a bad horror movie.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – It gives users super human strength, makes them impervious to pain and can be bought for as little as $2 across New York. It can also kill, police say.
Medical experts at the University of Mississippi Medical Center are stressing the dangers of using "spice," a synthetic but very potent form of marijuana
Forty-four people have overdosed after using a chemically engineered marijuana imitation.
The advertisement is just as ridiculous as the 1930s film.
A dozen midshipmen have been kicked out of the US Naval Academy for using the synthetic marijuana known as “spice” or "K2." More than 150 Navy sailors have also been accused of using the drug, which is banned in the military. Now, a US Senate hearing is investigating the growing use of “spice” and the fake cocaine known as “bath salts.”
As of today, the Drug Enforcement Agency has banned "fake pot" substances, which use chemicals to purportedly replicate the effects of marijuana. Those substances had been in a legal limbo, with many states lacking laws to deal with them.
Cracking down on fake pot, the government began emergency action Wednesday to outlaw five chemicals used in herbal blends to make synthetic marijuana. They're sold in drug paraphernalia shops and on the Internet to a burgeoning market of teens and young adults.
Rep. James Gordon (D-Mobile) has introduced a bill (HB697) to add the new designer substance, that supposedly mimics the effects of marijuana, to the list of Schedule I substances.
Whatever grow system you use, you are bound to use clones sooner or later.