From ABC News
Young people across the country are getting a new high from a powerful substance that isn't sold by drug dealers and is perfectly legal -- synthetic marijuana.
Also known as K2 or Spice, synthetic marijuana is available in states across the country, and it has the Drug Enforcement Administration deeply troubled.
When ABC News sent the type of Spice sold in Minnesota to a Pennsylvania laboratory
(NMS Labs), reports showed the drug contained chemicals that the Drug Enforcement Administration believes could be five times more powerful than marijuana.
(Watch the video from "World News with Diane Sawyer" for more on this story.)