From victim to medical practitioners to law enforcement, one theme was clear Thursday night during a two-hour program about synthetic drugs in Bowling Green: Not enough is known about this relatively new menace to our children. Even with new local, state and federal laws enacted this year against synthetic drugs, those who make and those who market what might be called “7H,” “Mr. Happy,” “K2,” “K3,” “Wicked X,” “Happy Hour” or “Head Trip” – among many trade names – continue to create chemical combinations that can’t be detected by drug screens and can fly under the radar of vigilant parents.
Program Discusses Dangers of Synthetic Drugs
By Chuck Mason, The Daily News, Bowling Green • Aug 24, 2012