Today, Angie from The Screen team teaches us how to create bath bombs at home with a few simple ingredients. What you’ll need: -8 oz. baking soda -4 oz Citric Acid -4 oz. corn starch -4 oz. Epsom salts -3/4 tsp water -2 tsp. essential...Show More Summary
A Simple And Effective Way To Relieve Muscle Aches And Pain Dealing with all of the various environmental toxins today, can be quite a load on our bodies. A simple and easy way to help combat and remove these toxins is to take a detoxification bath. Show More Summary
"Bring yo dck!"...Don't do drugs.
Only around 1 in 100 high school seniors have tried getting high on bath salts, according to a new study of U.S teenagers, but a fifth of those who try the drug become frequent users. Bath salts, a kind of drug also known as synthetic cathinones, have become more popular in recent years. Show More Summary
33% of students who used bath salts reported using only once or twice; however, frequent use was also common among users with an alarming 18% of users reporting using 40 or more times in the last year.
Rose is lauded for its beauty and light, sensuous aroma. No wonder it has a long tradition of symbolism in love, beauty, war and politics. In beauty, rose water and other rose-infused products promise Cleopatra-like results, and they deliver. Show More Summary
After a long day of dealing with people, dogs and dishes mama needs some relax time. My favorite way of relaxing is to draw a nice bath, grab a book and read. It is the perfect way to unwind. I love to add bath bombs or salts to my bath for an added zing, but […]
A long, hot bath is the solution for most of our mundane issues. Need alone time? Draw a bath and close the door. In pain from an hour of spinning? Gingerly step into a tub with Epsom salts. Got dry, itchy skin? Pour some oatmeal and milk into your hot water. Show More Summary
This Montreal producer asserts himself as the frontman of his own freakshow.
The Supreme Court ruled on a case involving a man accused of selling bath salts.
By Cara L. Gallagher Weekend Contributor Last week, six cases rained down on us in one day at the Supreme Court. While the church signs and “bath salts” opinions got our attention, as did the bizarre and tragic timing of the Confederate flag drivers license decision, none of those stayed with me the entirety of […]
How much of a threat does the recreational drug flakka pose? News stories in recent months have blamed flakka for incidents of extreme violence, paranoid psychoses, compulsive nudity, zombie-like behavior and even “superhuman strength.” One man, allegedly high on the drug, tried to break into a police station. Another ran naked through Fort Lauderdale traffic. […]
The little-known drug has been tied to a number of "bizarre" incidents across the nation.
Alpha-PVP (?-pyrrolidinopentiophenone, alpha-PVP) is a synthetic stimulant of the cathinone class; the street drug – commonly known as flakka – is chemically similar to the illegal high MDPV (bath salts), but lacks the 3,4-methylenedioxy motif; the same difference that distinguishes methamphetamine (meth) from MDMA (ecstasy). Show More Summary
So you remember a while back when we told you how there was a Miami Vice comic coming out by Joe Casey and Jim Mahfood, and that it was probably going to be one of the weirdest things on the stands? Yeah. Turns out we were right, except...Show More Summary
Scientists have found using animal models that the new recreational drug alpha-PVP (“flakka”) seems equivalently potent as a stimulant, and therefore as addictive, as its chemical cousin MDPV (“bath salts”).
Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute have found using animal models that the new recreational drug alpha-PVP ("flakka") seems equivalently potent as a stimulant, and therefore as addictive, as its chemical cousin MDPV ("bath salts").
While a lot of modern filmmakers miss the importance of social commentary, it’s what made George A. Romero’s original trilogy so spectacular. For me, this is one of the major problems with AMC’s “The Walking Dead” series, adapted from Robert Kirkman’s character-driven comic series. I couldn’t tell you the point of “Walking Dead,” nor could […]
We all know Epsom salts are great for long, relaxing baths, but did you know they can also be great for taming oily hair? Read more...
Florida resident Jeff Waters was running a few errands yesterday when he unexpectedly found himself in police custody. His plan was simple: Gather up his usual accessories (bath salts, ninja throwing stars) and stroll down to the bank...Show More Summary