According to the USA Today:
K2, also known as “Spice,” is sold online, in convenience stores and in herbal or spiritual shops, and is usually marketed as incense. The herbs, which sell for as much as $35 an ounce, have emerged as a popular, legal alternative to marijuana among teenagers and college students.
The Sacred Journey, a medicinal herb store in Lawrence, Kan., had sold K2 starting in August as part of a collection of incense, owner Natalie McAnulla says. Store sales skyrocketed from $1,000 a day to $10,000 a day.
What…did the price of oregano go up?!