Originally created for therapeutic purposes, K-2 or synthetic marijuana has increasingly become a popular recreational drug. While K-2 has already been banned in Britain, Germany, Poland, and France, in the U.S., K-2, marketed as herbal incenses, remains legal in most states.
As a cannabinoid, K-2 produces physiological effects similar to those of THC, or natural cannabis. While the long-term effects of K-2 has not been studied or observed due to the fact that K-2 has only recently become a popular recreational drug, legislators from many states have moved to ban or consider banning the substance.
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