The Boston Herald recently reported that Oklahoma Drug Enforcement Officers were tipped off by Oklahoma educators about the possibility of a synthetic type of marijuana that is circulating among students. The new form of the drug may be able to avoid detection in substance abuse testing
. This new type of marijuana is called "K2" and is comprised of a mixture of herbs and chemicals. The drug comes in the form of incense and can be smoked. Currently "K2" is sold legally. Educators began noticing odd behavior from students about a month ago, said Tina Barker, Director of the Oklahoma Outreach Sober School Program.