A new — and legal — designer drug emulates the effects of marijuana, but can cause anxiety, accelerated heart rate and seizures.
By Landmark News Service
Thursday, July 29, 2010 at 4:44 pm
It goes by many names: K2, Cloud 9, Spice, Magic Gold, Buzz, Smoke, Skunk.
The melange of herbs sprayed with a synthetic marijuana substitute is blooming in popularity, and making users sick and being outlawed as it does.
The stuff, still legal in Virginia, is the latest in the cycle of designer drugs to hit the market, only to be banned as the law catches up to them.
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