Flakka was believed to be behind two cannibalistic attacks in Florida that left one man blind and a married couple dead. It wasn't so. Here's why we need facts, not myths, about dangerous drugs, says one scientist.
This case continues to shock us. When we first read the story of Austin Harrouff and his admitted double murder and cannibalism, we thought he had to be on drugs. And we weren't alone — arresting officers were sure the "teen cannibal" had taken bath salts or their new counterpart, flakka. But according to Attorney Nellie King the [...]
A Newport Beach man said to be the leader of a drug ring that distributed more than $12 million worth of dangerous synthetic drugs, commonly referred to as “spice or “bath salts,” pleaded guilty to drug, weapons and money laundering charges Monday afternoon, federal prosecutors said. Prosecutors...
The fantasy hit Rachel Bloom a few months ago, as the co-creator and star of the CW musical comedy “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” was taking a midnight Epsom salt bath in her Los Angeles home. “We were searching for an emotional high type of song toward the beginning of episode [three of Season 2],” Bloom...
The actress loves taking baths in baking soda and sea salt. Although claims of their detoxing powers don't lineup, they can still give you a little glow.
Nothing beats coming home after a long day and soaking away your troubles in a warm bath. Whether you prefer bath bombs, salts or bubbles, a bath can help you relax and unwind when you need it most. Want to make the most of your soak sesh? Try these tips to enjoy your most relaxing bath ever. READ MORE »
Is John Stumpf smoking bath salts?!?!
The 19-year-old Florida teen who attacked two people in a rampage linked to bath salt drugs was released from the hospital, police said.
Four years after the media frenzy erupted around the notorious Miami “bath salts zombie” (who was not actually on bath salts), eerily similar reports—out of, you guessed it, Florida—have surfaced. This article was originally published by The Influence, a news site that covers the full spectrum of...
On Monday night, police found 19-year-old Florida State University student Austin Harrouff trying to bite off part of the face of a man he'd allegedly just stabbed to death. It took four sheriff's deputies and a police dog to subdue the shirtless Harrouff, who'd also apparently stabbed the man's wife ... More »
This is simply monstrous. In Florida, a 21 year-old hyped on Flakka stabbed a husband and wife to death and the police found him on top of one of the
This is so horrifying. A 21-year-old man is in custody after Florida deputies found him at the scene of a double murder on top of one of the victims and biting off pieces of the dead body's face! Related: Soccer Star Dead After Being Tasered By Police According to Martin (FL) County Sheriff William Snyder, a husband and [...]
“We got through the face-eating zombie on bath salts, we got through Elian Gonzalez, we’ll get through this.”
Michael Cera's Barry goes on a wild adventure with a Bath Salts addled druggie in the new animated comedy Sausage Party.
If you pulled a muscle working out, your grandmother probably told you to take a bath in Epsom salts. First, you may be wondering, what exactly are Epson salts? It is not the same particle as the stuff you sprinkle on food or Dead Sea salt. Show More Summary
If you pulled a muscle working out, your grandmother probably told you to take a bath in Epsom salt. First, you may be wondering, what exactly is Epson salt? It is not the same particle as the stuff you sprinkle on food or Dead Sea salt. Show More Summary
Grilled corn is a summertime staple, and a quick bath in a brine—just salt and water—before it hits the grill can vastly improve its texture and flavor, which is saying a lot, since grilled corn is already delicious. Read more...
Tomato soup recipes don’t get any easier than this. Puree fresh, flavorful tomatoes, strain the seeds and skins and flavor simply with salt and pepper. Chill the puree quickly over an ice bath, or refrigerate until mealtime. To serve, garnish the soup with fresh basil, crunchy croutons and burrata...
Originally published on RenewEconomy. By Sophie Vorrath An Australian research team led by the CSIRO has found that treating lithium-ion batteries with a simple “salt bath” can extend both their shelf life and performance, while also...Show More Summary
The next generation of rechargeable lithium batteries set to change the electric vehicle industry may soon be here, thanks to the humble salt bath. CSIRO scientists, in collaboration with RMIT University and QUT, have found that pre-treating...Show More Summary