Bath Salts Addiction: Signs, Symptoms, Withdrawal, and Recovery
WASHINGTON - National Poison Control Center data from 2012 show that poisonings from prescription drugs are the leading cause of injury death in the United States, and that poisonings from "bath salts," synthetic marijuana and laundry detergent pods are emerging threats to public health. Show More Summary
The bath salts must be strong in South Africa. What else could explain the bizarre behavior of a streaker who tackled — yes, tackled — a rugby player during a sevens match between the United States and South Africa at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth on Saturday? The player who went to the ground […]
On May 8, New Zealand ?ended its 294-day experiment with the legalized sale of ?synthetic drugs. Nearly a year earlier, the country decided it wanted a ?measured, modern response to ballooning sales of substances like K2, bath salts, and Kronic. Show More Summary
OK, stop. Cross off Old Spice, bath salts, and socks (novelty or not) from your shopping list. However much your grandparents tell you that just seeing your smiling face at Christmas is present enough, we all know they deserve better than a hasty purchase from the ‘on offer’ shelf at your local chemist. Show More Summary
Remember Rudy Eugene, the " Miami Cannibal " who made sensational headlines in 2012 after gnawing the face off a homeless man? Everyone blamed the designer drug known as "bath salts" for Eugene's flesh-crazed madness. But new evidence shows that the drug probably couldn't cause actual cannibalism. Read more...
If you’re scrambling for ideas for teacher’s gifts, or you want to make some “just in case” gifts to keep on hand, you can’t go past these simple Christmas bath salts. They smell and look wonderful, and are simple enough for children to make with minimal supervision. They are also divine to bathe in! Ingredients […]
The second generation of the designer drug known as “bath salts” are making their way across the United States, but as Smithsonian Magazine explains, that’s no reason to be concerned about a coming zombie apocalypse. In the summer of 2012, “bath salts” were suspected...
What type of bath salts was this guy on??? Indiana Man Eats Womans Brains And Lungs Via WAVE3 Horrific details of a southern Indiana homicide were released Monday, including allegations that Joseph Oberhansley ate portions of Tammy Jo Blanton’s brain,
A doctor explains the dangerous effects of the drugs known as “bath salts”. Scientists have developed a new method for identifying illegal “bath salts”, synthetic drugs recently banned in the United States. Similar to amphetamines, users experience an initial euphoria followed by terrifying hallucinations, paranoia, depression. Show More Summary
Despite being outlawed in 2012 in the US, the synthetic drugs known as 'bath salts' -- which really aren't meant for your daily bath -- are still readily available in some retail shops, on the Internet and on the streets. To help law...Show More Summary
WTF is she on…. BATH SALTS??? Cast Of “Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta Want Joseline Fired For Violent Attack At Reunion Taping More details have emerged about the violence that erupted at the LHHATL taping earlier this week… According to
At the turn of the century, decades before L.A.'s beachfronts got crammed with its smörgåsbord of incongruous beachside mansions, the "strand" was populated by the occasional elaborate bathhouse. From the hot salt baths of Santa Monica's "first luxury hotel," which...
We’re seeing bath salts in the news again. This time, the alternative use of the product has a benign purpose, unlike a couple of years ago, when people associated it with designer drugs. In fact, according to an article last week in...Show More Summary
India ink bath salts from Japan's Kaimei & Co. may be made from calligrapher's ink but fear not, they won't leave your back as blackened as a Louisiana cooked catfish.
Bath salts back poppin’? Police Report Trend Of Increased Sales Of Bath Salts In Spain And Texas Via NYDailyNews Tourists visiting Ibiza are being sold a drug linked to the horrendous cannibal attack on a homeless man in Florida, it...
A salt that is used in tofu, bath salts and for de-icing roads could replace a more expensive and toxic solar cell component.
More than 50 million Americans swim in the oceans every year (there are actual government surveys of such things). So if your summer plans involves stripping down and bathing in the sun and salt water of your dreams, read on, intrepid beach-goer. Show More Summary
The chemical used to make tofu and bath salts could also replace a highly toxic and expensive substance used to make solar cells, a new study has revealed. Cadmium chloride is currently a key ingredient in solar cell technology used in millions of solar panels around the world. Show More Summary
The chemical used to make tofu and bath salts could also replace a highly toxic and expensive substance used to make solar cells, a University study published in the journal Nature has revealed. Cadmium chloride is currently a key ingredient in solar cell technology used in millions of solar panels around the world. Show More Summary