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Teens Hospitalized from Smoking Legal Marijuana Substitute (Fake Weed)

Teens Hospitalized from Smoking Legal Marijuana Substitute (Fake Weed)

RevolutionNews.US ~ FOREST LAKE – Four students hospitalized after smoking incense… One teenager suffered a seizure and three other youth complained of headaches after they smoke an new incense product in an apparent attempt to get high May 21. Police said four youth, one from Stacy, one from North Branch and two with no permanent address, were all transported to Regions Hospital after the 1 pm incident. Minnesota Poison Control officials examined the youth. Forest Lake Police Chief Clark Quiring said four youth, two age 17, one age 18 and one age 19, purchased an incense product called “Bayou Blast” from a local business. The product is believed to contain a form of synthetic marijuana called K-2. The teens told police they became ill shortly after they smoked the product. Packaging warns buyers the product is not for human consumption. Incense is commonly burned in homes to generate a pleasant odor and is not directly ingested. Quiring said Bayou Blast is a legal product that can only be sold to adults. “Smoking it is not illegal but it’s not smart,” he said. Valerie Doten, mother of one of the victims, implored the Forest Lake City Council to take action against stores that sell Bayou Blasters. “Shut these places down,” Doten said during the open forum portion of the council’s May 24 meeting. She added that although one ingredient in the incense is an artificial form of THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, the incense is not considered a controlled substance in

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