Bath Salts are considered both a hallucinogen and stimulant. Often it can be found at local headshops or convenience stores under the guise of plant food, insect repellent or fertilizer.

Recently, bath salts have been making headlines in conjunction with all of the tragic cannibal attacks that have taken place around the country. These synthetic drugs have flown, largely, under the radar until now, and have sparked a national debate as to why they are even allowed to be sold. In reality, the manufacturers of these bath salts, such as Cloud 9, are cleverly able to skirt regulation by the Federal Drug Administration by labeling their products as “not safe for human consumption.” Still, this has not stopped gas stations and convenience stores around the country from stocking these drugs right next to cigars, rolling papers, and “water pipes.” 

Awareness of the dangers posed by bath salts is increasing. If you or someone you know is struggling with an addiction to drugs like bath salts, have them seek immediate medical attention.

Getting Help

If you are addicted to Bath Salts, you will need to consider using the services of a specialized addiction treatment center. Discuss your problem with your loved ones. Ask them for moral support. More than likely, they will help you find the best drug rehab center to help treat your addiction.

Treatment centers have trained medical professionals that will help you detox from addictive bath salts. Once the body has been freed from the physical dependence of the drug, then comes the time to treat the mind.

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