A trip on "bath salts" is cheaper than meth or cocaine but much more dangerous.

@article{Slomski2012ATO,
  title={A trip on "bath salts" is cheaper than meth or cocaine but much more dangerous.},
  author={Anita J Slomski},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={2012},
  volume={308 23},
  pages={2445-7}
}
BATH SALTS, THE PSYCHOACTIVE DEsigner street drugs that emerged in the United States in 2010, have left a trail of bizarre and alarming reports: the man who slashed himself to remove the “wires” in his body; the mother who left her “demon-ridden” 2-year-old in the middle of a highway; the 21-year-old son of a family physician who, after snorting bath salts once, shot himself following 3 days of acute paranoia and psychosis, including hallucinations of police squad cars and helicopters lined up… CONTINUE READING
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