While there is still a great deal of information that is unknown about the abuse of bath salts (also referred to as Ivory Wave, Red Dove, Vanilla Sky, White Lightning and other names) there is one thing that is certain: bath salts are quickly being recognized as some of the most addictive and dangerous substances known. This is especially troublesome considering that with rare exceptions these drugs are completely legal for purchase almost everywhere in the United States. And with there being no age limit to purchase these substances, there could be a surge in the amount of teens and young adults who become physically addicted to these potentially deadly drugs.
Bath salts are powdery substances that are marketed – at least on the surface – as natural relaxant herbs and compounds that can be placed in bath Get Xanax Online water. However, the chemicals in these drugs are nearly identical to those found in certain plant foods and fertilizers and have effects that are similar to street drugs such as methamphetamine and cocaine. But because such drugs are labeled as “Not for Human Consumption,” there is no regulation of the substances in these products, leading many to consume bath salts with Buy Xanax Online dangerous additives and toxins.
The psychoactive compounds in most bath salts are Cathione, MDPV and Mephedrone. These drugs cause severe hallucinations that by most accounts are extremely unpleasant. Despite this fact, the substances cause intense cravings and addictions to the drugs are formed rapidly. Many users report that the “high” or “trip” is awful but that they find themselves compelled to do it again and again.
This is especially concerning because these drugs cause people to become psychotic. Users report episodes of cutting and mutilating themselves, performing surgeries on themselves, becoming violent, paranoid, aggressive, and some have committed suicide. One very recent case involves a man who allegedly killed a police officer while high on such substances. Another case involved a hospitalized person who remained in a state of bath-salt induced psychosis nearly two weeks after last using the drug.