In an effort to curb those in the U.S. Navy from using bath salts–a drug the military apparently has trouble controlling among its sailors, the Navy has released a bizarre and disturbing new Public Service Announcement designed to make anyone in the military–and those at home–swear off this drug for life. More
Topic: bath salts
Over the last year or so, we’ve been hearing a lot about bath salts, which sound calming and lovely, but are in fact very dangerous drugs. The synthetic chemical compounds, which were sold completely legally in bodegas and smoke shops until recently, can lead to hallucinations, suicidal thoughts, high blood pressure, and even violence. Lawmakers have been passing bans on both the local and federal levels–but it’s proving more difficult than they initially thought. More
A rash of violent, horrific crimes (including cannibalism) across the United States have authorities looking more closely at a widely-available, legal synthetic drug known as “bath salts.” Unfortunately, much like “spice,” the synthetic marijuana that Demi Moore was rumored to have used before she was hospitalized last year, bath salts are made up of various chemical compounds and sold under a variety of names–making them harder to criminalize than drugs like cocaine or marijuana. They’re also much, much more dangerous. More
When most of us think of bath salts, we picture something we add to a hot bath to help soothe our tired minds and bodies–not something that could result in a flesh-eating bacteria. But, that’s what happened to a 34-year-old woman who injected the stimulant drug called “bath salts”–not to be confused with the kind that we pour in our tub. More
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