The drug is primarily sold as a liquid in eyedropper bottles and is often used with e-cigarettes or "hookah pens."
More than 20 hospital visits in Macomb County have been attributed to the drug.
Mouhanad Hammami, health officer and chief of health operations for the Wayne County Department of Health and Human Services, said the county has received an increase in reports of psychotic episodes related to the products.
Residents aware of locations where the drug is being sold are being urged to contact the county.
Following the hospitalization of two Westland John Glenn High School students, Royal Oak Community Coalition members are canvassing area retailers to determine if any local merchants are selling the product and put pressure on them to stop carrying it. To date there have been NO reported incidents of abuse in Royal Oak. Residents aware of locations where the drug is being sold are urged to call the Coalition at 248-546-7622 or email us.
Oakland County officials are looking into including the dangerous product in the 2012 statewide ban involving the sale of synthetic drugs.