Bath Salts

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“The term “bath salts” refers to an emerging family of drugs containing one or more synthetic chemicals related to cathinone, an amphetamine-like stimulant found naturally in the Khat plant.”


Reports of severe intoxication and dangerous health effects associated with the use of bath salts have made these drugs a serious and growing public health and safety issue. The synthetic cathinones in bath salts can produce euphoria and increased sociability and sex drive, but some users experience paranoia, agitation, and hallucinatory delirium; some even display psychotic and violent behavior, and deaths have been reported in several instances.

The synthetic cathinone products marketed as “bath salts” to evade detection by authorities should not be confused with products such as Epsom salts that are sold to improve the experience of bathing. The latter have no psychoactive (drug-like) properties.

Bath salts (Brochure) typically take the form of a white or brown crystalline powder and are sold in small plastic or foil packages labeled “not for human consumption.” Sometimes also marketed as “plant food”—or, more recently, as “jewelry cleaner” or “phone screen cleaner”—they are sold online and in drug paraphernalia stores under a variety of brand names, such as “Ivory Wave,” “Bloom,” “Cloud Nine,” “Lunar Wave,” “Vanilla Sky,” “White Lightning,” and “Scarface.”

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Other Sources:

  1. What Are Bath Salts?  From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Drug Abuse)  
    … to-Read Web site Citation Site Map Print  Bath Salts  Street names: Bloom, Cloud Nine, Vanilla Sky Home / Drug Facts / Bath Salts  What Are Bath Salts? Also known as: “Bloom,” “Cloud Nine,” “Vanilla Sky,” “ …
  2. Bath Salts (Nemours Foundation)  
    … How Can I Help a Friend Who Cuts?  Bath Salts  KidsHealth > For Teens > Bath Salts  Print A A … Can Someone Quit? Avoiding Bath Salts  What Are BathSalts? The name “bath salts” sounds innocent, but don’ …
  3. Synthetic Cathinones (“Bath Salts“)  From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Drug Abuse)  
    … DrugFacts » Synthetic Cathinones (“Bath Salts“) DrugFacts: Synthetic Cathinones (“Bath Salts“) Email Facebook Twitter Revised January 2016 What are synthetic cathinones? Synthetic cathinones, more commonly known as “bath salts,” are synthetic (human-made) drugs chemically related to …
  4. Synthetic Drugs (a.k.a. K2, Spice, Bath Salts, etc.) (Office of National Drug Control Policy)  
    … Blog Synthetic Drugs (a.k.a. K2, Spice, Bath Salts, etc.) Overview and History Synthetic cannabinoids, commonly known … potpourri”, and synthetic cathinones are often sold as “bath salts” or “jewelry cleaner”. They are labeled “not for …
  5. Commonly Abused Drugs Charts  From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Drug Abuse)  
    … used to treat synthetic cannabinoid addiction. Synthetic Cathinones (BathSalts) An emerging family of drugs containing one or … Sky, White Lightning No commercial uses for ingested “bath salts” White or brown crystalline powder sold in small …
  6. Drug Abuse (National Library of Medicine)  
    Drug abuse is a serious public health problem that affects almost every community and family in some way. Each year drug abuse causes millions of serious …
  7. High School and Youth Trends  From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Drug Abuse)  
    … Steroids (Anabolic) Synthetic Cannabinoids (K2/Spice) Synthetic Cathinones (Bath Salts) Tobacco/Nicotine Related Topics Addiction Science Adolescent Brain …
  8. Other Drugs of Abuse  Easy-to-Read  From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Drug Abuse)  
    … Click here for more information about these drugs.  Bath Salts are drugs made with chemicals like the “upper” … plant. They are only sold with the name “Bath Salts” to make them look harmless. These drugs can …

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