Herbal incense, spice, potpourri

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Whosaidwhat

Chicago, IL

#1 Feb 21, 2012
Anywhere in greeneville still sell it? If so who and where? I'm not from this area at all so if there is a place can you be sure to be a little more descriptive on where it's at.

“Zombie Sickopath”

Since: Jul 11

Hell

#2 Feb 22, 2012
Wal*mart pretty much. Dollar tree too, but it's limited. Incense is incense. You can go online ( Amazon.com works good) if you like the higher end stuff, but when it comes to incense (sticks) it doesn't change much. I love incense sticks so much. <3 I have so many different scents.
Wondering

Johnson City, TN

#3 Feb 23, 2012
gnc,wal mart every thing is on andrew johnson hwy hope that helps
Spice

Charlotte, NC

#4 Feb 23, 2012
Party house has ultra for 30 a gram. Pioneer market has flame for ten bucks a gram and cloud nine in jc has different kinds.
Ignorance

Jonesborough, TN

#6 Feb 23, 2012
This crap kills. A friend of mine on FB their son just died from this. Tales a really stupid individual to use these drugs.

“Zombie Sickopath”

Since: Jul 11

Hell

#7 Feb 23, 2012
I don't think they are doing herbal spices and incense to get high, of all things.
Spice

Charlotte, NC

#9 Feb 23, 2012
Ignorance wrote:
This crap kills. A friend of mine on FB their son just died from this. Tales a really stupid individual to use these drugs.
.

Jesus Christ so do other drugs. The only difference is its some what legal. If they want to smoke it let them. Everyone is aware of what it can do.
Exhibit 1

Jonesborough, TN

#10 Feb 23, 2012
“I can’t get over the fact that my cautious, serious guy made such a big mistake,” Dobner said.

On June 14, Max Dobner died after the car he was driving flew off Mooseheart Road in North Aurora where it intersects with Route 31, and appears to have gone airborne into a one-story house. It was believed he was driving 100 miles per hour at the time. He died of blunt force trauma.

Hours before the crash, he’d told his older brother he and a friend had bought a product called IAroma at a tobacco shop at an Aurora mall.

“The tobacco shop where Max bought this drug is closed. Our goal is to shut down all businesses that sell this stuff. We need to protect our children,” Karen Dobner said.

As a result, Karen Dobner has formed the To The Maximus Foundation with the goals of: Education, Eradication, and Cooperation. She says she wants help other teens who think this drug is safe.

“Just because this is legal, doesn’t mean it’s safe, Max always wanted to do something to change the world. Maybe this is his way of doing that,” added Dobner.

The product is legally sold as potpourri, but authorities say it can cause hallucinations, rapid heartbeats and panic attacks. It is sold by the gram in smoke shops at the mall, in gas stations and online.
Exhibit 2

Jonesborough, TN

#11 Feb 23, 2012
NEW ORLEANS -- Narcotics investigators describe it as a hallucinogenic speed, and it's openly sold to anyone in convenience stores.
It's called Cloud Nine.
"This stuff is deadly, and it's dangerous," said St. Tammany District Attorney Walter Reed.
Cloud Nine is sold as potpourri. The packaging calls it bath salt.
"It is sold as a potpourri," Walter Reed said. "The manufacturers know it's not a potpourri. Our kids know it's not a potpourri. And we know of two deaths that have been caused by Cloud Nine. Two suicides."
Drug abusers can smoke it, but more often it's snorted or injected.
Narcotics detectives liken it to PCP, a speed that can cause hallucinations.
"From what I understand from the informants on the street that are hardcore drug abusers, this is the worst drug they've ever had," said Captain Harry O'Neal of the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Department. "The symptoms that they describe having are similar to what PCP, phencyclidine did, back when it was prevalent."
"This stuff is like nothing the sheriff and I have ever seen," Reed said. "It will keep people completely messed up for as long as six days."
Walter Reed is now on a campaign to get Cloud Nine off the streets. He hopes to have the state legislature declare it, and all similar over the counter designer drugs, illegal.
He also said he plans to meet with representatives of the FDA and the DEA.
In the meantime, he and Sheriff Jack Strain are asking convenience store owners to voluntarily take Cloud Nine and White Dove, which he said is the same product in different packaging, off their shelves.
Cloud Nine sprouted when Mojo became illegal.
"Once it got out that the Mojo was going to be controlled," O'Neal said, "then all of a sudden this started showing up in the amount that it has been."
Cloud Nine, according to Captain O'Neal, is far more dangerous than Mojo.
Reed called a press conference Monday to talk about the dangers of Cloud Nine because he said, he wanted parents to be aware of what's out there.
Exhibit 3

Jonesborough, TN

#12 Feb 23, 2012
When 17-year-old Chris Sullivan was declared brain dead on April 27, Midwest Transplant Network quickly harvested his organs, as his family requested.

That is when his parents, John and Jenny Sullivan, learned that traces of "potpourri" - synthetic marijuana - were found in Chris' nose and throat.
Exhibit 4

Jonesborough, TN

#13 Feb 24, 2012
As you may have seen in the news, local law enforcement is cracking down on the sale of items that appear to be common household products, but are being used by children as a new avenue for getting high. The use of these products, which may appear by their packaging and marketing to be harmless, is leading to deaths across the country.

“These designer drugs, called ‘bath salts’ or ‘potpourri,’ are being sold on the Internet, as well as in markets, gas stations and convenience stores across the nation,” Blount Memorial Foundation and Community Outreach project manager Jessica Stith explains.“The state recently passed a law banning the distribution, sale, possession and manufacture of the main ingredients in these synthetic drugs, and some cities in Tennessee also have developed ordinances banning synthetic drugs.”

Since: Feb 12

United States

#14 Feb 24, 2012
Exhibit 3 wrote:
When 17-year-old Chris Sullivan was declared brain dead on April 27, Midwest Transplant Network quickly harvested his organs, as his family requested.

That is when his parents, John and Jenny Sullivan, learned that traces of "potpourri" - synthetic marijuana - were found in Chris' nose and throat.
Apparently you believe everything you read. You're not even citing your sources. I won't give you the chance though. As with any "drug" they should be used responsibly but when a drunk driver plows into a minivan of a family of 5 and kills them all you don't see people running around taking alcohol off the shelves do you? I respect your opinion and I'm also telling you that you're a fucking idiot.
Exhibit 4

Jonesborough, TN

#15 Feb 24, 2012
BALipps wrote:
<quoted text>
Apparently you believe everything you read. You're not even citing your sources. I won't give you the chance though. As with any "drug" they should be used responsibly but when a drunk driver plows into a minivan of a family of 5 and kills them all you don't see people running around taking alcohol off the shelves do you? I respect your opinion and I'm also telling you that you're a fucking idiot.
I see you must be a user. Our children are dying because of these drugs. If that is not enough to make people pause and take notice what will? I wish they would take alcohol off the shelves but, this will never happen. As for my sources, type in death by bath salts or synthetic pot.
Spice

Hendersonville, NC

#16 Feb 24, 2012
Exhibit 4 wrote:
<quoted text>I see you must be a user. Our children are dying because of these drugs. If that is not enough to make people pause and take notice what will? I wish they would take alcohol off the shelves but, this will never happen. As for my sources, type in death by bath salts or synthetic pot.
Once again who cares? There are other drugs out there that kill and you're acting like its the only thing that does. Let it go and move on. It says plainly on the bottles," do not smoke," if they smoke it oh well. These Synthetic bottles do not promote themselves as safe so once again the user is well aware.
DEVEL

Salem, VA

#17 Feb 24, 2012
I suffer from chronic depression. Anti-depressants are the story of my life. It SUCKS!!
But if I take a good pain pill, my depression goes away completely. I am not high, I do not slur, I do not stumble or feel light headed or anything, I just feel happy. A real and sincere happiness. But yet, no dr. will give me a prescription for what actually does work! I cannot afford to buy them off the street, so I just do without. I think they should legalize them for my sake if nothing else. I would be glad to live on them every day for the rest of my life. I do not care if they are addictive, I have to take anti-depressants every day and have for years, at least put me on something that I KNOW works!
Aly

Fairfield, OH

#18 Feb 24, 2012
But I have tried their Hayze BubbleGum one. It smelled nice but When I tried it I didn't do more than a bowl or two and I started having some crazy side effect. I was extremely dizzy, confused, nauseated and Had SEVERE memory loss. I didn't even know who my boyfriend was and he was standing right in front of me..And now it's been nearly 24 hours and I still feel really confused, dizzy ect..not as much as when I first took it. But it's still effecting me..Do you think this is normal? What should I do?it's been 24 hrs and I'm nauseous...
Unknown

Gallatin, TN

#19 Feb 26, 2012
flame is great
scoobydoo

Nashville, TN

#21 Feb 26, 2012
all that shooting tonight in camp creek/rock batter sounds like a flaming gun ..

Since: Feb 12

United States

#22 Feb 27, 2012
Exhibit 4 wrote:
<quoted text>I see you must be a user. Our children are dying because of these drugs. If that is not enough to make people pause and take notice what will? I wish they would take alcohol off the shelves but, this will never happen. As for my sources, type in death by bath salts or synthetic pot.
So you are naive enough to believe anything that pops up on google. I don't want to read about it, I want to see the actual death certificate or autopsy report that says the death came from spice.
Anonymous Poster X

Nashville, TN

#23 Feb 27, 2012
BALipps wrote:
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So you are naive enough to believe anything that pops up on google. I don't want to read about it, I want to see the actual death certificate or autopsy report that says the death came from spice.
My mom died of cancer, I didnt have to see the actual cancer, I j ust took the doctors word for it.

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