K2 is Illegal, But K3 Isn’t — and Kids Know It

K2 incense and Spice 99 Packets
Examples of K2 incense and Spice 99 Packets

In March, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration outlawed five chemicals found in so-called “fake pot” — vegetable matter sold as incense or potpourri that people smoke to get what they were calling a “legal high.”

Products like K2 and Spice were pulled from the shelves of stores that didn’t want to get in trouble with the police.

But the shelves weren’t empty long. New products, like K3, quickly took their place — different chemicals, same story.

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