K2 sales continue in Springfield unti...

K2 sales continue in Springfield until ban becomes law in Missouri

There are 15 comments on the KYTV Springfield story from Jun 2, 2010, titled K2 sales continue in Springfield until ban becomes law in Missouri. In it, KYTV Springfield reports that:

At Incense and Peppermints, a store near Missouri State University's campus, K2 was a bailout in a bad economy.

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Since: Feb 07

United States

#1 Jun 2, 2010
WTG!!!!!! Keep it up and when they band the K2 just jump on the bandwagon and go to selling the K3 and then the K4 and then the K5. You see where I am going right? Cause I am hoping that is what everyone does.:-)

Windsor, Canada

#2 Jun 8, 2010
It is the actual product in the bag that will become illegal. Just by calling it K3 doesn't make it legal again. WTF?

College Station, TX

#3 Jun 27, 2010
where can i buy K2?

Since: Feb 07

Atlanta, GA

#5 Sep 20, 2010
LuLu wrote:
It is the actual product in the bag that will become illegal. Just by calling it K3 doesn't make it legal again. WTF?
Well actually yes it did make it legal again. Until the states go spending millions to get the chemical changed. Which they did and they changed the name and the packaging that it all comes in. So now it is going strong.

Joplin, MO

#9 Dec 7, 2010
my boss announced they are starting to drug test everyone - do they test for k2 in drug screens
K2 drug test Springfield

Springfield, MO

#10 Dec 28, 2010
The only place that tests for K2 now in Springfield is KT Health Clinic on Kearney street

United States

#11 Aug 17, 2011
so if its gona be illegal to posess it will it be illegal to sell it please god i hope it goes away 4 good

United States

#12 Aug 28, 2011
K2 can cause heart attacks.... I know, I had one right after smoking it and I'm only 33
easy cheezie

Springfield, MO

#13 Aug 28, 2011
This stuff really needs to be stopped. Its high addictive and does very real physical damage. I'm a huge stoner, and thought K2/K3/incense/whatever was like a perfect alternative - legal, didn't show up on drug tests, and extremely good high. But after smoking it for 6 months, I can tell its taking a very real physical toll. I run out of breath extremely easily, often have chest pains, and feel like heart has had a hole burned in it. It's extremely addictive too - even though I knew it was unhealthy, and had told my friends and family I had quit, I really would just say whatever I had to to get stoned again. I know there isn't any scientific data on it, but I'm not going to be surprised at all when they publish research showing it does alot of damage to the lungs, heart, and brain. I've certainly noticed those effects in me.
quiet bystander

Ava, MO

#15 Sep 7, 2011
Just a warning from someone who has seen it first hand. K2 is an unpredictable high and when mixed with alcohol can cause seizures. The longterm effect of this chemical is unknown, and the drug has caused extreme psychosis for some users.
"Bath Salts" or the injectable stuff that's supposed to be like meth caused someone to get an extreme infection in their arm and has also caused several cases of psychosis and heart attacks, heart failure, and respiratory arrest. These chemicals are not safe just like street drugs, just because they were sold at gas stations does mean they are safe or harmless. Remember ephedra (products like yellow jackets)? Banned due to links to heart irregularities and heart attacks, even in young healthy people.
Something to consider before trying these "new drugs", they are dangerous.
Spread the word

Katy, TX

#16 Oct 2, 2011
Now I know that after a year of smoking synthetics the issues I'm seeing are shared. I had no problems for the first few months. Then I had mood swings, a nasty cough that wouldn't go away (and turned into bronchitis last winter), chest pains, sinus problems, and now I think I might have an issue with my right inner ear.

I've been doing a lot of reading and have noticed that the only good comments to read have come from those who have smoked for several months. There's still quite a few people out there who think there's nothing wrong with this product and that the government is just conspiring to make sure no one has fun. Truth is, this isn't even close to being like the traditional herbal methods of relaxation I've enjoyed in the past.

Main brands I've used: Head Trip, K2/3, TripleXXX, Syn, Demon, Black Mamba, and more recently (after the latest ban in Texas) Warped, Fusion, and a package with question marks all over it.

It doesn't matter how big your tolerance is, this stuff seems to be showing it's ugly side for people who have used it regularly. I wouldn't pay any attention to the punk ass kids that think "knowing your limit" is going to help. I've also gave little credit to first time users who just didn't know what to expect and had a panic attack. I've seen plenty of people freak out on MJ but have personally never had the problems this synthetic stuff has given me. I've been to the other side of the universe and back on acid that would cause most people to freak out. Being able to handle my high has never been an issue.

The high from this stuff isn't necessarily better than the traditional methods of C-noid intake. It does occasionally cause my heart to race along with cold sweats and nausea.

I've noticed now I get nausea in the morning whether I've smoked or not. My brother has been having the same issues. We suspect that there will be a minor issue with withdrawal but we'll beat it. Our last package was smoked yesterday. I know now that if I don't stop, it'll be my life.

United States

#17 Oct 8, 2011
so theyr selling this crap to the public again after banning it twice now??? is it the same people selling it? the indian stores i think they are all trying to get us sick. my b.f. had been to hospital 3 times over stomach problems then actually had a colonoscopy too. all after it wasnt available to him... can u say withdrawel???

Granite City, IL

#18 Oct 20, 2011
I was addicted to norco and smoking kli max helped me get off the pills but now I can't find the stuff and what they sell now in glorified horse shit. Fuck Nancy Reagan for making drug test so popular!!! By the way I'm back on the pills heavier than before. Can anybody tell me where to score around Bryan tx?

Denver, CO

#19 Oct 28, 2011
if the goverment would get off thier asses and actually legalize weed we would not have to be testing other chemicals forthe same effect ive never heard of one person who has died from pot over 100ppl die a year from peanuts lets outlaw them!!

Kansas City, MO

#20 Mar 16, 2015
K2 drug test Springfield wrote:
The only place that tests for K2 now in Springfield is KT Health Clinic on Kearney street
Do you have to have a app or can u just go in and get it

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