Recent Examples of bath salts from the Web
Florida is the state where people took bath salts and ate each other’s face off.
Flakka is a synthetic drug, somewhat of a newer version of bath salts.
Police found bath salts in the center console of his car.
Paltrow takes a bath every night, which inspired her recent bath salt launch, Goop Body.
Those looking to unwind from the hectic week’s pressures can soak up the tranquil scent of rose, delivered through petal bath salts and Aerin’s floral scrub.
The Salt House offers halotherapy in a cave-like environment, Himalayan salt lamps, cooking salts, bath salts and other salty goods.
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The farm sells lavender in sachets, essential oils and bath salts.
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medical Definition of bath salts
- Los Angeles County health officials warned Tuesday against the use of bath salts—the designer drug involved in a series of bizarre incidents and arrests—just one week after a new study charted a skyrocketing number of calls to U.S. poison control centers about the drug.
- —Wesley Lowery, The Los Angeles Times, 17 Oct. 2012
- Although the man was later proven to not be under the influence of bath salt, the incident nonetheless brought the drug national attention.
- —Lauren McGaughy, The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana), 11 Nov. 2012
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