According to reports, the Kentucky legislature has passed laws during the past years that banned synthetic drugs such as K2 or Spice, and MDPV, a type of synthetic drug that is similar to methamphetamine and is commonly sold as bath salts.
K2 contained dried plant material from Canavalia rosea, Clematis vitalba, Nelumbo nucifera, Pedicularis grandifolia, Heimia salicifolia, Leonurus sibiricus and Ledum palustre, a mixture of herbal and spice plant products.
K2 or Spice is the most common name for synthetic or fake cannabis, a mixture of herbs, spices or shredded plant material that is typically sprayed with a synthetic compound chemically similar to THC, which is the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis. Learn more at DrugFree.org.
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