‘Fake Pot’ Causing Zombielike Effects Is 85 Times More Potent Than Marijuana

An analysis published this week in The New England Journal of Medicine confirmed suspicions and revealed that the “fake pot,” which prompted bystanders to describe the scene in Bedford-Stuyvesant as “zombielike,” was 85 times more potent than marijuana.
Suspected overdose of synthetic pot, K2, sends 33 people to Brooklyn hospitals
To learn what had caused this “zombie outbreak,” Roy Gerona, a postdoctoral researcher in the clinical toxicology and environmental biomonitoring laboratory at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine, needed samples. He immediately contacted the New York Police Department, emergency services and various city hospitals, but no one spent more than a New York minute turning him down.

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