Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

CCENDU Drug Alert: "Bath Salts" (June 5, 2012)

Summarizes information, including concerns and legal status, on a number of synthetic amphetamine-type stimulants that go under the name “bath salts.” The alerts notes that people under the influence report hallucinations, paranoia, chest pain and blurry vision, and can pose a danger to themselves and others. As of May 2012, use of bath salts appeared to be limited to the Maritimes.

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