By STEVEN REILLY
NEWTON That honeyed smell entrance from your teenagers’ room might not be strawberries. It could be K2 incense. And it could kill them.
K2 incense; also famous as Spice or G-Four; is an scent product that contains criminialized sovereign Drug Enforcement Administration Schedule-1 fake cannabinoids done to impersonate a effects of a pot “high.” The drug’s honeyed smell has been likened to strawberries.
The product is sole over a opposite during internal preference stores as scent to any chairman with $30. Unlike tobacco products or alcohol, there is no age limitation on a squeeze of K2 incense in New Jersey. Traditional drug tests do not detect K2 incense; an additional screening routine is used to detect a fake drug.
K2 incense resembles dusty spices or oregano and comes in a accumulation of sizes and scented flavors finished in tiny cosmetic tubes or foil bags. The product can be smoked in pipes, water pipes or rolling papers, like marijuana, and a mixture are not regulated.