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.