Fake Weed use in Kamloops

CBC brought you the story about fake weed use in Canada: synthetic marijuana is an over-the-counter product that mimics that effects of THC.
Health Canada has concerns, such as a risk of heart failure, seizures and psychosis.

We wanted to know if this product is available in Kamloops, and if so, who is using it?

Daybreak's Samantha Garvey checked-out a couple of so-called "head-shops," and she joins Shelley in studio.

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