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'Bath Salts' Banned In Ohio City | Ohio News Network (ONN)

There are 33 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from Jun 28, 2011, titled 'Bath Salts' Banned In Ohio City | Ohio News Network (ONN). In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

Galion city council voted for a measure Tuesday night at its bi-monthly meeting that will ban the use, creation and sale of "bath salts". Galion Police Chief Brian Saterfield told ONN that bath salts cause hallucinations, paranoia and aggression and are growing in popularity in his city, ONN's Denise Alex reported.

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Adam

Orrville, OH

#21 Jul 7, 2011
These are not actual bath salts but a chemical known only to be used as a synthetic drug that causes drug like effects. Bath salts is just a ploy by manufacturers so that they can be sold in the matketplace. These are not really used for baths. I would urge someone to try to use in their bath water to see just how this product is in no way shape or form a bath additive. Don't be so stupid as to think that this is an actual household product that just happens to be being abused. Its makers know exactly what it is intended for. Read up on it and get a little more educated before you start whining about the poor workers that will be out of a job.

Since: Jun 11

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#22 Jul 8, 2011
Make it illegal. Afterall making cocaine, heroin, and meth illegal has completely stamped those out of our society.

Oh, wait...
Knows a salt user

Vanceburg, KY

#23 Jul 10, 2011
Ok my friend does this crap occasionally.. And I've read the stories but he is nothing like that.. Only does it when he works over and shit like that.. I've never seen him go crazy and he pays all his bills.. I afraid to do it cause of what they say happens but people should know there are people who do it that arnt going crazy on it or loosing everything to buy it.. Those people are probably the same ones that would have done the same on pills.. The going crazy probably isn't the same but you can go crazy on meds the dr gives you or if you drink to many energy drinks. So I say keep it legal and let the ones that are gonna do it to extreme and go nuts let them go nuts and let the ones that do it to stay awake keep their legal energy
Newley

Hilliard, OH

#24 Jul 12, 2011
WASP wrote:
How miserable must your life be that you would snort God-knows-what up your nose for a chance at a high.
That's just it: they have no God, no spirutual direction, they aren't centered on anything. No bigger picture to focus on, so let's kill some brain cells.
pro salt user

United States

#25 Jul 12, 2011
So post are correct here there is actually several different research chemicals used in the many different " bath salt or plant food" that produce different effects so to generalize they are all bad is judging a book by the cover why outlaw them I first used MXE years ago and it is a common "bath salt" ingredients before the salt craze we live in a buzz nazi soviety
leave the salts alone

United States

#26 Jul 12, 2011
Why must our government control us isitnotourrightto injest why we want and when if your husband or wife tried to dictate you like the government you wouldn't stay would you

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#27 Jul 12, 2011
leave the salts alone wrote:
Why must our government control us isitnotourrightto injest why we want and when if your husband or wife tried to dictate you like the government you wouldn't stay would you
Because there are idiots like you among us.
2Pennies

Bucyrus, OH

#28 Jul 17, 2011
Webby wrote:
There's nothing wrong with the product.
The product is a drug sold as bath salts, it's not really bath salts. It is just called bath salts and packed in a tiny little container.
Wondering

Vanceburg, KY

#29 Jul 17, 2011
I know everyone says it's sold as a drug it's just marketed as a bath salt. But how does anyone know. Maybe the drug is transdermal and can soak through the skin if used in a bath. Or maybe it has a different effect if you bath in it like your suppose to and not use it as a drug. And as for the small container who knows I've never seen it around here so I don't know the price range or how much you get but I do know people with money will spend it on the most crazy stuff if they think they need it. Seen on the Internet where someone paid over $3000 for a lil purse big enough to hold a lighter and that's it. Some people just like to spend money. So how can people say they are selling it as a drug if noone knows anyone who has actually tried it like it's suppose to be used. Just a thought but yeah. Someone try it and let us know if it works!
Anon

Grove City, OH

#30 Jul 17, 2011
Not everybody wants to live. But in America, we don't have that choice.

If we don't want to live, there must be something wrong with us, right?
Maria

United States

#31 Jul 17, 2011
pro salt user wrote:
So post are correct here there is actually several different research chemicals used in the many different " bath salt or plant food" that produce different effects so to generalize they are all bad is judging a book by the cover why outlaw them I first used MXE years ago and it is a common "bath salt" ingredients before the salt craze we live in a buzz nazi soviety
Your post is evidence that bath salts should be illegal.

Since: Jun 11

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#32 Jul 17, 2011
Anon wrote:
Not everybody wants to live. But in America, we don't have that choice.
If we don't want to live, there must be something wrong with us, right?
Yes, like expressing coherent thoughts...
harvey

Newark, OH

#33 Jul 17, 2011
Hint to a few dummies worrying about making legitimate products illegal - most bath salts are MDPV, or methylenedioxypyrovalerone, a designer drug which is basically an amphetamine - can cause agitation, paranoia, hallucinations, chest pain, suicidality, among other things.

Nasty. Don't use them!

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