bath salts

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a preparation that softens or scents a bath

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8220;Oddly enough, we didn't even find any evidence to suggest that these fake 'bath salts' even contain Sodium Chloride (Sea Salt), Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom Salt), or any combination of those two, which are generally staple ingredients of a typical and true bath salt.
In July 2012, key ingredients in bath salt drugs, including methylene-dioxypyrovalerone, mephedrone and methylone, were officially categorized as schedule I substances, meaning they are now considered to have no legitimate medical purpose and require special licensing to be purchased or distributed.
Though most commonly known as bath salts, the street drug is also sold under other innocent names such as “plant food” and “glass cleaner.
8220;If anything, someone getting high off these 'bath salt drugs' might need our bath salts to counteract the effects of the drug.
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15) In contrast, less is known about appropriate management of bath salt intoxication and most cases are treated supportively.
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Synthetic cathinones are believed to be synthesized from ephedrine or pseudoephedrine by underground chemists and then packaged and marketed as bath salts, insect repellent, plant food, or stain remover (5).
Timmy Easterling, 5, vigorously stirred his green bath salts, breaking up darker chunks with his spoon.
The FTDTL does not currently test for spice and bath salt substances in routine urine drug screening due to technological and resource constraints.
The law, part of the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act, bans mephedrone and methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV), two chemicals commonly used in bath salts, along with "cannabimimetic agents" used in ersatz marijuana (including 15 specifically identified compounds) and nine synthetic psychedelics in the "2C" family.
So the physicians call and ask 'What is bath salt and what do 1 do?
A statewide investigation identified 35 patients 22 to 50 years of age who arrived at emergency departments with bath salt intoxication in the previous five months.
Compared with control animals, rats dosed with one illegal bath salt variant had less synchronized activity, or "functional connectivity," among the 86 brain areas that researchers examined.