Marijuana-Like High Helps Ex-Trashman's Syn Battle Solid Sex : News Photo

Marijuana-Like High Helps Ex-Trashman's Syn Battle Solid Sex

Blends of Syn Incense, known as 'fake pot' by regulators, are arranged for a photograph in Kansas City, Missouri, U.S., on Thursday, March 3, 2011. Derek Williams, 29, was a trash-truck driver when a cousin told him about K2, a product made from plant materials and chemicals that provided a legal marijuana-like high. Williams went on to create his own concoction, Syn, and he estimates that he has sold over $1.5 million worth of the product in at least 10 states. Photographer: Ed Zurga/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Blends of Syn Incense, known as 'fake pot' by regulators, are arranged for a photograph in Kansas City, Missouri, U.S., on Thursday, March 3, 2011. Derek Williams, 29, was a trash-truck driver when a cousin told him about K2, a product made from plant materials and chemicals that provided a legal marijuana-like high. Williams went on to create his own concoction, Syn, and he estimates that he has sold over $1.5 million worth of the product in at least 10 states. Photographer: Ed Zurga/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Blends of Syn Incense known as 'fake pot' by regulators are arranged... News Photo 109762231Chemical,Finance,Horizontal,Kansas City - Missouri,Law,Legal System,Marijuana - Herbal Cannabis,Photograph,Pot,Retail,Sale,Sales Occupation,The Americas,USAPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2011 BloombergBlends of Syn Incense, known as 'fake pot' by regulators, are arranged for a photograph in Kansas City, Missouri, U.S., on Thursday, March 3, 2011. Derek Williams, 29, was a trash-truck driver when a cousin told him about K2, a product made from plant materials and chemicals that provided a legal marijuana-like high. Williams went on to create his own concoction, Syn, and he estimates that he has sold over $1.5 million worth of the product in at least 10 states. Photographer: Ed Zurga/Bloomberg via Getty Images