Hearne: K2 History, K3 Sucks, Enter ‘Heaven Scent’

There’s a new smoking substance in town…

As of midnight Friday, the synthetic marijuana substitute known as K2 is no more. Legally speaking, anyway. That’s because Missouri joined Kansas in banning the stuff. A new Missouri law – similar to a Kansas bill earlier this year – outlaws the sale of K2’s active ingredients, the synthetic cannabinoids JWH-073 and JWH-018.

Not a problem, says Micah Riggs, the owner of Coffee Wonk at 3535 Broadway.

“I have my new stuff in and it’s going very, very well,” Riggs says. “And we had a nice K2 going away party on August 27th at two locations.”

The name of Riggs new game: Heaven Scent Incense.

Not to be confused with another new smoking substance called K3.

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12 Responses to Hearne: K2 History, K3 Sucks, Enter ‘Heaven Scent’

  1. Anonymous says:

    Kyfan
    cool, I want to check it out.

  2. Anonymous says:

    jojo
    what does it feel like….and can i bring it
    back to kansas?

  3. Anonymous says:

    chuck
    With any luck, American ingenuity will overcome draconian, idiotic drug laws and eventually, the hippie lettuce will be legal by default.

    The war on drugs is a bigger failure than peace talks in the Mid East.

  4. Anonymous says:

    hearne
    Can you bring it back to Kansas? That’s what he’s saying. The Kansas and Missouri bills specifically outlaw two ingredients, neither of which is in Heaven Scent

  5. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    The problem with legalizing weed is that you’ve got your basic skunk weed that’s like 3.2 beer and then you’ve got the boutique weed they grow in Northern California that’s lights out after a couple of hits. The skunk weed makes you wanna go to Texas Toms and the high end stuff, $1000.00 per oz, makes you wanna walk down the middle of the PCH at 3:00 am and play frogger. Until someone can put some standards in place regarding the strength of the weed it’s gonna be tough to legalize.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I own jojo
    Mo went a little further than KS and banned a few other chemicals. I heard zinsense was good!! And legal in both states

  7. Anonymous says:

    bschloz
    $1000.00 per oz…does that come with Hot Oil and Happy Ending?

  8. Anonymous says:

    chuck
    Smartman-funny stuff—

    But, actually I don’t smoke the stuff, but your expolanation of the effects would be somewhat similar to different percentages of alchohol in booze, right?

    Don’t get me wrong, I have smoked the stuff, just not in years and didn’t really have an affinity for it. I drink a lot.

    It could be controlled and sold by percentage of THC????

    I just want the damn war on drugs to end.

  9. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    Bschloz, c’mon man, don’t tell me you’ve never hit on some killer weed that punched your ticket to Nirvana? Forget the hot oil and happy ending bring out the deep fried twinkies!

    I’m blown away that people will pay as much for an oz of weed as they pay for an oz of gold.

    Chuck, you could regulate weed by THC content. So that begs the question about how limits are set to determine whether you’re baked or fried. And even if they legalize weed there are still gonna be folks that play outside the lines offering some over the top KILLER SMOKE. I still enjoy reading High Times every now and then. Growing marijuana has turned into rocket science.

  10. Anonymous says:

    bschloz
    “I always get stuck with the snickelfritz”
    Hey “The Green Rush” is on in Cali and Denver….Legal? Not in our lifetimes, as long as MRK..PFE..LLY..our in control. To much Lobby in the pysch drugs and booze.

  11. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    Bschloz; check our johnvirapen.com and try to read his book Side Effects Death.
    Compared to Merck, Lilly and Pfizer the book makes your average drug dealer look as harmless as Big Bird.

  12. Anonymous says:

    MoCrash
    In the medical marijuana stores of those states where it is legal (like Colorado), there is a wide variety of product which is fairly well standardized within each strain. If quality control was the issue, then legalization and controlled sale would be the resolution.

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