Dangerous form of marijuana known as 'shatter' comes to NJ


A new form of marijuana is made by mixing the substance with butane. Advocates say its very dangerous and has come to New Jersey. (December 30, 2015 7:37 PM)

Anti-drug advocates are warning parents about a new dangerous form of marijuana that has made its way to New Jersey.
The potent version of the drug goes by many names, including “shatter,” “honey,” or “dab.” It is consumed by either smoking or inhaling with a vaporizer.
"The potency of that product is five times that of traditional marijuana,” says Angelo Valente, of Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey.