What are Bath Salts .. The New LSD?
Rudy Eugene, the Miami Cannibal was most likely tripping on Bath Salts, a new and potent designer drug. It is known by many names including “Ivory Wave,” “Purple Wave,” Vanilla Sky,” and “Bliss” and is legal in some states. some have called Bath Salts a form of LSD — and that is not correct.
According to Zane Horowitz, MD, an emergency room physician and medical director of the Oregon Poison Center, “You can find them in mini-marts and smoke shops sold as Ivory Wave, Bolivian Bath, and other names,” Horowitz says. “The people who make these things have skirted the laws that make these types of things illegal. While several states have banned the sale of bath salts, ultimately it will have to be a federal law that labels these as a schedule 1 drug, which means it has no medicinal value but a high potential for abuse, and declare them illegal.”
Citing an “imminent threat to public safety,” the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) made illegal the possession and sale of three of the chemicals commonly used to make bath salts — the synthetic stimulants mephedrone, MDPV, and methylone. The ban, issued in October 2011, is effective for at least a year. During that time, the agency will decide whether a permanent ban is warranted.
Designer drug packaged as Bath Salts Wazaap with that?
After a soothing bath with your new designer Bath Salts you are ready to go eat your friend .. that’s WaZaap for that!