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5:28 am on Friday October 26, 2012

Sex Shops, Fake Drugs & High Schoolers: an update on synthetic weed in #MYR

A bag of Trainwreck Hayze brand of Potpourri blend. update at the bottom... First Report March 3rd, 2012: In October of last year, South Carolina touted the ban of fake marijuana that went by the name of K2 and Spice, among others, but it didn't...
3:38 am on Monday March 12, 2012

After a ban on synthetic weed, new fake marijuana types emerge

A bag of Trainwreck Hayze brand of Potpourri blend. In October of last year, South Carolina touted the ban of fake marijuana that went by the name of K2 and Spice, among others. But, it didn't take manufacturers long to switch to a formulation that...
12:01 pm on Tuesday October 25, 2011

South Carolina bans synthetic 'Spice' weed and 'bath salts' as controlled drugs

Image by Schorle One of the controversial products.Mephedrone, methylone, methylenedioxypyrovalerone, and five other substances used to make synthetic weed such as K2 and Spice and used to make "bath salts", has been banned in South Carolina. In a...
6:02 am on Tuesday October 25, 2011

South Carolina bans synthetic 'Spice' weed and 'bath salts' as controlled drugs

Schorle One of the controversial products. Mephedrone, methylone, methylenedioxypyrovalerone, and five other substances used to make synthetic weed such as K2 and Spice and used to make "bath salts", has been banned in South Carolina. In a vote,...
5:40 am on Tuesday October 25, 2011

South Carolina bans synthetic 'Spice' weed and 'bath salts' as controlled drugs

Schorle One of the controversial products. Mephedrone, methylone, methylenedioxypyrovalerone, and five other substances used to make synthetic weed such as K2 and Spice and used to make "bath salts", has been banned in South Carolina. In a vote,...
6:31 pm on Friday February 11, 2011

Marine Corps, Navy ban personnel from six Beaufort County businesses (updated)

Schorle One of the controversial products. Updates at the bottom. After six unnamed Beaufort County businesses refused to stop selling controversial but legal psychotropic drugs, local Marine Corps and Navy commanders have forbidden personnel to...
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