Legal Drug Removed From Shelves

A Colorado Springs store voluntarily stops selling an herbal liquid that sent four teens to the hospital last week.

The owner of Mind Excursions, Kevin Schnitker pulled the liquid Green Hornet and other products by the same manufacturer off store
shelves. The products have also been removed from the store's
advertising and Web site.

Four Colorado Springs teenagers were hospitalized Friday after drinking Green Hornet. The dietary supplement is marketed as a legal alternative to the illegal club drug, Ecstasy.

One of the teenagers says he assumed the product was safe because its legal to buy.

All four teens have since been released from the hospital.