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Fake Marijuana: Is It Dangerous?
Fake Marijuana: Is It Dangerous?

AIR DATE: December 7, 2010

Our neighbor states are starting to ban "fake marijuana." That's a drug called K2 that teens use to get high - it also causes hallucinations and vomiting. So how dangerous is this fake weed? Since it's so new, how are schools and cops dealing with it? And are we seeing it in Nevada? Experts weigh in on the latest designer drug.

Dr. Paul Oesterman, Assoc Prof of Pharmacy Practice, University of Southern Nevada

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Fake Marijuana: What is the plant called in the scientific community? And, what does history have to say about the plant (presuming it isn't a hybrid)?
Larry BNov 17, 2010 10:27:34 AM
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