Explaining bath salts
Jul 7, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Belleville News Democrat
Synthetic stimulants, containing cathinone-like substances such as MDPV, became known as bath salts because that was how they were sold and marketed in convenience stores and head shops under names such as "Ivory Wave" and "Vanilla Sky." They are not to be confused with traditional bath salts, which do not produce the same effect.
No need to explain, package clearly states not for human consumption, if that's not explanation enough, then you deserve what you get period!
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