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The possible targets also include a long list of cosmetics, perfumes, bath salts and soaps.
On a table across from his sofa, Taneyhill has placed a large glass vessel that holds bath salts that just happen to look like rocks of methamphetamine.
But where were the fake weed and bath salts coming from?
Consuming an unknown substance has become even more likely in recent years, says Katie Stone, research analyst at Harm Reduction International, with the rise of newer synthetic substances, such as Spice and bath salts.
From soothing stationary to bath salts to tea mixes, it's designed for no-stress nights in.
Marvel Studios Avengers: Infinity War feels like a Marvel movie on bath salts.
Complimentary bath salts are available upon request.
Florida is the state where people took bath salts and ate each other’s face off.
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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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