What are they? Unregulated psychoactive substances marketed as "bath salts" are among the latest in a series of legal synthetic substances that, when used improperly, offer alternatives to illegal drugs.
What are they? The drugs sold as "bath salts" have no legitimate use for bathing and are intended for substance abuse. These are synthetic substances that act in the brain like powerful stimulant drugs.
3,4-Methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV) (Street Names: “bath salts,” “Ivory Wave,” “plant fertilizer,” “Vanilla Sky,” “Energy-1”)
Behavioral Health: Developing A Better Understanding Vol. Seven, Issue V B ath S altS : a N ew D rug t reND "Bath salts" are a new and emerging designer drug that has recently surfaced as a significant problem in Ohio, as well as around the nation.
Psychoactive "Bath Salts" Toxicity in Alaska—A Case Series Psychoactive “Bath Salts” Toxicity in Alaska—A Case Series
The truth about bath salts: The substances contained in these products have absolutely nothing in common with actual bath salts. "Bath salts" are snorted, injected or smoked which causes hallucinations, paranoia, rapid heart rates and suicidal thoughts.
September 21, 2011 " Bath Salts" Frequently Asked Questions What are "bath salts"? "Bath salts" is a "designer drug" that has been recently become available.
"Bath salts" Frequently Asked Questions for Consumers “Bath salts” Frequently Asked Questions
Bath Salts or Designer Cathinones (Synthetic Stimulants) Overview Synthetic stimulants that are marketed as “bath salts” are often found in a number of retail products.
Clinical experience with and analytical confi rmation of " bath salts " and " legal highs " (synthetic cathinones) in the United States Clinical Toxicology 2011.49:499-505